Gleadell to be GrowHow fertiliser distributor
Gleadell is a significant supplier of grain to millers, maltsters, feed compounders, oilseed crushers and other processors, as well as a major supplier of seed and fertiliser direct to farm.
As such it is actively working with both farmer customers and grain consumers to build joined-up supply chains.
GrowHow has invested heavily in recent years to back up its Nitrogen fertilisers.
In addition, the firm said it had a commitment to reducing the carbon footprint of its products in order to improve the performance of British farming.
“We recognise that GrowHow’s products and service have a strong appeal to our customer base, both those who grow the crops and those who use them,” says Stuart Shand, Sales Director of Gleadell Agriculture.
“Over the past five years we at GrowHow have invested heavily in our processes and abatement of greenhouse gas emissions to deliver products that are tailored to the needs of British farmers and their customers along the food chain,” said Mike Buchan, Commercial Director of GrowHow UK.
“We believe that Gleadell will be a valuable addition in our ability to do this.”
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