Canadian giant Nutrien, one of the largest fertilizer suppliers in the world, landed in Brazil in 2018, aiming to be big.
And it hasn’t been out of step.
An aggressive acquisition project, expected to cost US$1 billion in the country, has pushed the company’s Brazilian subsidiary from about US$600 million at current exchange rates in revenue in 2021 to US$1.5 billion last year.
The multinational bought more than ten companies, almost all of them agribusiness input resale networks with solid performances in their regions, among them Casa do Adubo, Safra Rica, and Agromercantil.
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