Bayer has launched a new office in Maputo, Mozambique, as part of its expansion strategy in southern Africa.
Global company Bayer will focus on the local Mozambican agriculture sector through their Crop Science division, which is already present in the country through the distribution of some of its pharmaceuticals, animal health products and anti malaria programs.
José Condungua Pacheco, Minister of Food Security, welcomed the company’s investment into the county.
“Bayer has a lot to offer Mozambique with our strong focus on initiatives that can help shape the future of the local agricultural sector that can enable a sustainable, nutritious food supply,” said dr. Klaus Eckstein, Bayer’s CEO and head of Crop Science in Southern Africa.
“With the promising economic trends pointing upwards, we believe that we are coming to Mozambique at the right time to make our contribution to the region,” he said.
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