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July 23, 2019
Grupo Los Grobo lands in Gualeguay and expands its presence in Entre Ríos
With the aim of consolidating its presence in the province of Entre Ríos, Grupo Los Grobo inaugurated a new integrated services center in the city of Gualeguay from where it intends to expand its business and product network in order to favor the logistics of its customers and suppliers in the zone.

"The idea is that Gualeguay Branch is a business operator from which commercial, technical, administrative and logistical assistance can be provided to new customers and producers in the region, and to those who previously arrived, but with other times and distances," he said. Santiago Novelli, Commercial Supervisor of Grupo Los Grobo in the north.

The commercial and operational team that will lead the Branch is made up of Franco Fumaneri (Commercial Manager), Damian Tramanoni (Deposit Manager) and Maria Eugenia Scardini (Administrative Manager) all have vast experience in the sector and deep territorial knowledge.

The brand new offices, are located on Provincial Route 11 km 233 and have a large deposit for seeds, the entire range of products for crop protection, as well as very comfortable facilities and meeting rooms.

“Gualeguay represents a strategic location for the productive growth of the entire region. Our intention is to favor the logistics of the producers in this area, offering them, in addition, to participate in this business ecosystem that is Los Grobo, ”said Gerardo Burriel, General Manager of Los Grobo Agropecuaria.
On Tuesday 23, at noon, the new branch was formally inaugurated with a meeting in which Gustavo Grobocopatel and Jorge Arpi, President and CEO of the company, respectively, in addition to the commercial and technical team, as well as a large number of customers and friends in the area.

Gualeguay Branch, is part of the growth plan projected by the company for this year. It joins the recently opened centers in Daireaux, Lincoln, Tres Arroyos, July 9, all in the province of Buenos Aires; and those who will soon follow in General Belgrano (Bs As) and Huinca Renancó (Cdba).

Automatic translation from spanish.

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