BUCHAREST, Romania, June 7 (SeeNews) – Romania’s Agricover Credit IFN has opened a new office in the city of Brasov and plans to bring more than 250 local farmers to the area in the coming period, it said.
Agricover’s office is the first in central Romania and the tenth in the country, the company said in a press release on Friday.
“We want to be more open to the small and medium-sized farmers segment, but we will continue to support large farmers. We have prepared special solutions and programs for this, such as: investments to acquire agricultural land and support for the expansion of farms and irrigation systems, “said Robert Rekkers, General Manager of Agricover Credit IFN.
According to Rekkers, the central area of the country has great potential for potato cultivation and organic farming, as well as for livestock farming.
Established in 2008, Agricover Credit IFN is a non-banking institution specializing in providing finance to the local agricultural sector. Its majority shareholder is the Agricover Holding Group with 99.99% of the shares.
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