Dublin, Ireland, June 8, 2018- MagGrow and Senwes announced a three-year partnership to distribute MagGrow technology in Central South Africa. Both companies are excited to introduce the technology to crop growers in South Africa. Senwes has been in the agriculture business for 109 years and recognises MagGrow as a leading agricultural technology for their large customer base. Under the terms of the agreement, MagGrow has granted Senwes the exclusive rights to distribute and commercialise MagGrow products and technology in Central South Africa. MagGrow is now positioned to expand its reach with this partnership in this important market. The partnership is a strong strategic fit, leveraging the companies’ respective strengths.
‘MagGrow is excited to work with a such a prestigious agricultural brand as Senwes in South Africa’ said Gary Wickham, CEO, MagGrow. Not only are Senwes the leading John Deere dealership in Central South Africa, they are a very well recognized brand in their own right providing over a century of service to their ever growing customer base. MagGrow is delighted to be associated with such a powerful brand and successful organization as Senwes and I look forward to developing our relationship further in the years ahead.’
Francois Strydom, Chief Executive of the Senwes Group, said: “In line with our sustainability objectives and, inter alia, our contribution to environmental conservation, this partnership with MagGrow is of great value to Senwes. We are also committed to offering our clients the latest and best innovation solutions and this ground-breaking technology will add value to our solutions-offering to our clients. We are looking forward for a mutually beneficial partnership between Senwes and MagGrow, that will also be experienced by our clients”
MagGrow, an Irish company, was set up in 2013, employs over 25 people and currently operates across three different regions; the USA, Canada, and Europe.
MagGrow is a patented, proprietary technology for droplet formation that yields superior drift reduction of over 70% and spray coverage performance of up to 40% compared to conventional spraying. MagGrow has many other benefits to drift reduction and coverage such as significant reduction in water usage by up to 50%, extended spray windows, and reductions in labour.
The MagGrow system has no moving parts, is easy to install and maintain, and can be fitted to a new or existing crop sprayer.
There is an increasing demand on food & water, and MagGrow’s technology is supporting a more sustainable food production system.
MagGrow is working closely with leading research universities including UC Davis in California, Harper Adams University in England, University of Wageneingen in the Netherlands, and Trinity College Dublin. While prompted by competitive demands and the global challenge of meeting the needs for future food production, MagGrow’s primary focus is on meeting customer needs, and satisfaction based on results.
See more at: www.maggrow.com