Chemical Agrosava d.o.o.

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Chemical Agrosava was founded in 1990 in Belgrade. From the very beginning, the guiding idea was the creation of a specialized company in the field of plant protection. In 1996 our company started production in a small plant in Šimanovci, 25 km away from Belgrade. Today, there is one of the most modern factories in the eastern part of Europe for the formulation of granular, liquid and powder, pesticides, seed processing center with seed dryer and seed storage with 5,000 pallet places, plastic packaging production plant, printery, laboratories, as well as the distribution center for pesticides on 1.6 ha.

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