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Timac Agro USA Acquires Michigan Production Facility

(READING, PA) - Timac Agro USA, an agriculture supply company specializing in high-efficiency plant and animal nutrition products, announces its acquisition of St. Louis, Michigan based A&E Ag, LLC. As of January 18, 2017, A&E Ag, LLC employees and assets will remain with the business as it becomes a subsidiary of Timac Agro USA. Going forward, A&E Ag, LLC will continue operations under the name A&E Ag – Timac Agro USA.

Timac Agro USA shares A&E Ag’s mission to offer customers innovative solutions and services for modern agriculture production. Timac Agro USA benefits from the millions of dollars annually invested in research and development by its parent company, the Roullier Group. With more than 55 years of commitment to agriculture worldwide, and nearly 100 researchers on staff, the Roullier Group and Timac Agro USA have innovation in their DNA. In a joint letter mailed to customers in December, A&E Ag’s Chris Engle, Jr. and Jason Apple and Timac Agro USA Managing Directors, Alexander Goullier and Edwin Richard, explain, “through this new relationship, you can expect the same great level of care and service, with an even wider range of products and options to be customized for your needs.” Timac Agro USA’s acquisition of A&E Ag is part of an ongoing mission of the company to expand their product market and sales territories across the United States to deliver value to American farmers.

Current A&E Ag employees will remain in place, working alongside Timac Agro USA’s Brett Johnson, Great Lakes Business Unit Director, including Michigan and Wisconsin. Current A&E Ag customers will benefit from Timac Agro USA’s products and sales model, to create customized crop programs directly with growers for more efficient use of nutrients and better economic returns.

 

The production facility and full-service agriculture retailer is located at 720 E Washington Street, Saint Louis, Michigan. Information regarding A&E Ag can also be found on their Facebook page.

 

 

 

 

 

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