L & G Agroflowers celebrates 11 years of operation in Colombia

On August 1, L & G Agroflowers, celebrates 11 years of operation in Colombia, formerly known as Gloeckner Colombia; It has become one of the leading companies in the sector. Covering the needs not only of seeds, from the best breeders around the world, but also of plant material, and other lines of innovation in the Colombian market.

Agricultural supplies have become a necessity for all nurseries, improving cultivation processes, and that is why L & G Agroflowers has been strengthened, understanding the needs of nursery.

This work of growth in the Colombian market has been commanded by two born leaders; Lix Villarraga, General Manager and who is known as “the Queen of the Callas”, a nickname that has been earned for her passion and development in the Bulb market, Lix with 19 years of experience is a technique with great knowledge in this crop, and it could be said that a large part of the growth of the callas zantedeschia crops is thanks to this management.

On the other hand,  Gustavo Ochoa M, Commercial Manager, with 18 years working in the Nurseries, makes him one of the advisers with the most knowledge, thanks to the former company Gloeckner Usa; His training was carried out in the potential countries in this business (United States, Holland, Germany, Mexico), making L & G Agroflowers a leading company in the sector in Colombia.

L & G Agroflowers to celebrate their 11 years of work, will announce in the next few days, the opening of their Office in Miami, to cover all the needs of agricultural implements at the South American level. Also in Colombia, it will have the authorized distribution of one of the most important houses of agricultural implements in the world "Dramm", with articles of great recognition in the areas of irrigation and fumigation.

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L&G Agroflowers
Gustavo Ochoa

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