News - 05/08/2009

Parallel Import of new Herbicide - Press Release

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Following an agreed joint venture with an Indian manufacturer Agchem Access have now obtained marketing rights and launched a new brand of Diquat 200 S.L in the UK market.  As they develop forward they are moving from parallel products to generic’s either produced from their own data or gained via international joint ventures.   This joint venture will produce further generic alternatives to the multinational brands. 

Diquat a desiccant used in oil seed rape and potatoes, and is one of the major desiccants used to burn off the crop at the end of the season.


Agchem Access is the supplier of the largest range of parallel imports to the UK grower with cost effective alternatives to the multinational brands.  With over 200 years combined experience in the agrochemical industry, the AgChem Access Ltd team can facilitate you in the sale or purchase of registered agrochemical products, locally, nationally and around the world.

Established in 2004 AgchemAccess (ACA) is a unique global crop protection distributor and brokerage company with a business model based on price differentials between national markets to generate profits. With a unique confidential web based brokering site, and working with agents worldwide, ACA sources crop protection products at the optimum prices.

Available now for Agchem Access distributors.

For more information please contact Agchem Access or call 44 (0)845 4599413


Notes to editors

In 2006 sales reached £1m and have doubled annually to give a projection of £8.9m this year. Not only has the income and turnover increased exponentially but the sales force, administration and logistic team have also increased so that ACA now employs 15 staff in both the UK and Europe and also utilises partnerships worldwide. With over 1200 agribusiness contacts growing all the time the business has proved to be sustainable and healthy.

For more information please call Nick Gooch on 44 (0)845 4599413

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