Stoller Group Unveils New Division in Turkey

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Move provides improved access to key markets in Middle East and Eastern Europe

The Stoller Group announced today that it has acquired IZOTAR, located in Izmir, Turkey, a new division of the company. According to Jerry Stoller, CEO of the Stoller Group, this marks an important, strategic move for the company, giving it improved access to key markets.

“Turkey provides tremendous strategic advantages in terms of its geographic location and its agricultural potential,” he said. “Our goal is not only to build our business in Turkey, but in key adjacent markets such as the Middle East, the Balkan region, Russia and other Eastern European countries.”

The acquisition will take IZOTAR to the next level in terms of product portfolio and overall development. Stoller technology provides the opportunity for growers in this region to take their crop yields to the next level. Stoller will be able now to expand into new regional markets and continue to grow while educating growers, seeking out new distribution and increasing yields for growers in this part of the world.

About Stoller Group:
Stoller Group is an established leader and innovator in crop production, specializing in technology that manages plant growth hormones to maximize yields. With a dedicated research and development team and effort, Stoller Group looks beyond traditional practices for innovative methods with a focus on increasing yields to feed a growing population. Jerry Stoller and his teams have been recognized as plant experts dedicated to helping producers enhance yields by maximizing genetic expression. Celebrating more than four decades in agribusiness, Stoller Group is headquartered in Houston, Texas, and is actively engaged in basic and practical research to enhance crop productivity in more than 50 countries.

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