Bayer returns to its roots in Guatemala
After three years and an investment of $10 million, the German food and nutrition transnational, has concluded the extension of its production plant and management offices in Amatitlán, Guatemala.
The plant, which makes quality-certified farm products, exports to 17 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.
It was inaugurated in 1965, three years after Bayer opened in Guatemala. It began by making insecticides in order to meet the cotton industry of the time.