Chemtura Introduces New Organization, Headquarters

Chemtura AgroSolutions has announced a new identity, structure, and initiatives designed to enhance the company’s ability to provide growers with innovative, value-driven crop protection products and services.

Formerly known as Chemtura Crop Protection, the company was renamed Chemtura AgroSolutions to reflect its long-term strategy, initiatives, and investments that will directly support new product formulations, applications, delivery and service. The strategy and initiatives are designed to provide more solutions for business partners and customers, supporting the “AgroSolutions” name.

With new headquarters in Lawrenceville, GA, and the opening of a state-of-the-art Technology Development Center within the next 12 months, Chemtura AgroSolutions is better positioned than ever to serve its customers’ unique needs in a wide range of high-value crop markets.

“The Chemtura crop protection business has been successful for many years and has historically experienced continual growth and record success,” says Greg McDaniel, president, Chemtura AgroSolutions.

“Our latest move brings us physically closer to many of our partners, and our business plan allows us to build on past successes in ways that will better serve our distributors, dealers, cooperatives, seed companies and end users,” adds McDaniel.

Chemtura AgroSolutions is a global company with international operations serving four distinct regions: North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific and Europe, Middle East and Africa. The company combines expertise and proven success in global regulatory standards with the research capabilities and resources to establish new crop labels and pest control options.

“This is truly an exciting time for our company, our employees, our channel partners and our customers,” McDaniel says. “The new Chemtura AgroSolutions will build on its past success with a relentless commitment to meet the ever-changing needs of the agricultural industry. This includes long-term portfolio investment for new product development, improved product availability and new options to provide growers increased profit potential.”

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