The financing will be used as working capital, mainly for the purchase of raw materials such as seeds, fertilizers, and for various agricultural works, as well as for purchasing inputs and financing works in the production of farmed shrimp (hereinafter “the Project”).
Negocio Agrícola San Enrique, SA de C.V (“NASE”), located in the Northwest of Mexico, is a company with 25 years of experience in the horticultural sector, engaged in the production of organic and non-organic tomatoes, peppers, table grapes, nuts (pecan), strawberries, blackberries, and farmed shrimp, with a focus on the export market (90% of sales)
Jaime Enrique Lugo
Telephone: (+52-662) 260-9762
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