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GRASBRUNN, GERMANY, September 20, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ --Good news from Agri Terra in Grasbrunn. The first disbursements have been announced for the orange plantations in Paraguay, where planting started in 2016, and investors around the world are delighted: the original forecasts for 2018 have been exceeded by a good 3%.
Favorable weather conditions with plenty of rain and sunshine, but also the vast experience of the now almost fifty local employees, were the most important success factors for the company.
The Grasbrunn company looks to the future with great optimism. Further projects are currently under development and new investments are already in the pipeline.
About Agri Terra
The Agri Terra owners, German brothers Carsten and Michael Pfau, invest and conduct business in Paraguay since 1995. Successful real estate investors, the brothers shifted their focus towards agriculture over the years. Starting out with the purchase of farmland and small cattle investments, the brothers now manage under the Agri Terra umbrella large agro-projects all over Paraguay. The company is among the largest 1% of cattle owners (out of 142,000 total), and it operates the country's third largest orange plantation. Substantial investments in greenhouses (vegetable production for supermarkets) as well as other citrus plantations complete the portfolio. In addition, the group develops residential country clubs and invests in the field of landbanking.
Agri Terra only offers projects to investors if the company invests ist own funds into the project as well. Most of the times, Agri Terra is the single largest investor in a project.
Key executives in the company count with decades of experience in their respective fields of expertise. A combination of experience, expertise and dedication provides a solid base for the company's investments.
Headquartered in Munich, the Agri Terra Group is also registered in Austria, Panama, Paraguay and Hong Kong. In addition, the company counts with representatives for the US and Canada, Switzerland and Romania.
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