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Nano-Yield and COMPO EXPERT Mexico sign strategic collaboration

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Nano-Yield™ and COMPO EXPERT® Mexico have inked a collaborative agreement. This partnership marks a new era of sustainable and cutting-edge nanotechnology solutions for farmers across Mexico.

Under this agreement, Nano-Yield will supply COMPO EXPERT with a suite of patented nano-based crop nutrition products. These innovative solutions promise to significantly enhance nutrient delivery to both specialty crops and row crops throughout Latin America.

COMPO EXPERT Mexico operates four fertilizer plants and serves growers in over 100 countries. By integrating Nano-Yield's nanoliquid technology solutions, COMPO EXPERT aims to optimise the efficiency of its liquid and dry products, providing growers with sustainable solutions tailored to their needs.

Marcelino Lopez, General Director of COMPO EXPERT Mexico, expressed enthusiasm for the partnership, highlighting its potential to elevate the company's offerings. "This collaboration allows us to continue providing our clients with the highest level of technological innovation," Lopez stated. "We're committed to leading the market with products that translate into tangible benefits for farmers."

For Nano-Yield, this collaboration marks a significant milestone. Marco Guirado, Vice President of International Sales, emphasised the strategic alignment between the two companies. "COMPO EXPERT's reputation as a global leader in specialty fertilizers makes them an ideal partner for Nano-Yield," Guirado noted. "Together, we're poised to deliver unparalleled value to farmers in Mexico and beyond."

Clark Bell, Co-Founder and CEO of Nano-Yield, echoed Guirado's sentiments, expressing confidence in the partnership's potential for success. "COMPO EXPERT's expertise and global reach perfectly complement Nano-Yield's innovative nanotechnology products," Bell remarked. "We're excited to embark on this journey together and unlock new opportunities for agricultural advancement."

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