AGRAVIS Bamberg GmbH presents itself to agriculture
For the first time, AGRAVIS Bamberg GmbH is inviting local farmers to plant cultivation events. The experts from AGRAVIS are looking ahead to the cereal, rapeseed and fertiliser markets in 2017 and will be giving seasonal plant cultivation recommendations before the beginning of the spring season.
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“We look forward to the exchange with farmers in Ober- and Unterfranken,” says Stefan Drenkpohl, Managing Director of AGRAVIS Bamberg GmbH. He will also introduce the young company, which was founded in the middle of last year, to those present.
The plant cultivation events will take place on Tuesday, 7 February 2017, at 7:30 pm in the Meeder factory, Bahnhofstraße 29, in Meeder and on Wednesday, 8 February 2017, at 6 pm in the Haus des Gastes, Johannisstraße 26, in Hofheim. “We are expecting interesting suggestions and look forward to exchanging experiences with our guests,” says the Managing Director of AGRAVIS Bamberg GmbH.
The subsidiary company of AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG, based in Münster and Hanover, will initially run the business with the farmers as an agricultural centre in the areas of fertilisers, crop protection and cereals. “We are offering local farmers a close and trustworthy partnership,” emphasises Stefan Drenkpohl. “We believe that we can win our customers’ support through our technical knowledge, first-class products and an efficient infrastructure.”
Helmut Liebenstein has already been available to customers as a direct contact on location for several months, and now AGRAVIS Bamberg GmbH will also be opening an office at Bamberg Harbour on 1 April. Udo Trier will take over office duties from this point. The address is: Mainstraße 4 (at the premises of Bamberger Speditions- und Getreidelager GmbH & Co. KG).
AGRAVIS Bamberg GmbH is currently handling agricultural work with crop protection and fertilisers from existing storage facilities in Bamberg. Mixed fertilisers are also available. For the 2017 harvest, the company will also be in the position to gather cereals – via its own store in Bamberg Harbour with a capacity of 5000 tons as well as several scattered country stores in the Bamberg area. “We can provide farmers who cultivate feed grain with silo facilities in the immediate vicinity, against the backdrop of recent regional market developments in the feed production sector,” Stefan Drenkpohl confidently states.