Center for Seedgrowth

Bayer CropScience was able to complete its new Australian Seedgrowth Center for wheat and oil seeds in less than twelve months after the ground-breaking ceremony. Following a construction period without a single accident, the center was officially opened in February 2014 (see photo).

The new facilities in Longerenong College near Horsham, Victoria will house some 20 employees working on novel wheat and oil seeds with enhanced properties specially developed for Australian agricultural conditions. For Samme Wang, head of Bayer Technology Services Singapore (2nd from the left), this project reflected “his team’s ability to manage investment projects with the right degree of quality.”

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