Canada: Bevo to expand propagation with 8 acres

Bevo Agro announces plans for an eight acre expansion to its Langley, BC propagation facility. Once complete, Bevo's facilities will encompass approximately 53 acres of greenhouses. The total costs are estimated at $8.0 million which Bevo anticipates will be financed through a combination of new debt and internal resources.

Bevo's expansions are driven by increasing client demands for quality, disease free propagated greenhouse and production crops.

Bevo Agro, a North American supplier of propagated agricultural plants, operates 45 acres of greenhouse facilities on 98 acres of land in Langley, BC and 20 acres of land in Pitt Meadows, BC. The company's main products are the propagation of vegetable plants such as tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and other plants such as bedding plants, flowers and grasses. The company markets its products to established greenhouse growers, nurseries and retail outlets throughout North America. The majority of Bevo's sales result from repeat orders through recurring multiyear contracts.

For more information:
Jack Benne, President
Bevo Agro Inc.
Phone: (604) 888-0420
Fax: (604) 888-8048

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