AgroLan Ltd was established in March 2010 through the strategic partnership between two of the most important organisations of Cyprus economy, MSJ Group of Companies and Lanitis Group, with decades of tradition in the field of agriculture business holding a leading position in the Cyprus market, being strong partner to the Cypriot amateur and professional grower. We also provide a wide range of high quality public health products that eliminate and control effectively the harmful pests and insects. Additionally our agronomists deliver punctual and reliable Advices to our customers for the improvement and development of agricultural production. AgroLan Ltd represents world leaders of plant protection such as the German BASF. It has a  high sense of social responsibility and through the products and services offered, it provides high-yield crops to the Cypriot grower.



The AgroLan Ltd team consists of skilful administrative staff along with experienced agronomists who are always next to the grower and our valuable customers.



To maintain a stable and healthy development based on robust economic performance.

 To plan the future with vision and sensitivity to exploit and maximize new opportunities / projects, minimizing the risks / threats.

 To provide innovative, high-quality cost-effective products:

        Improve the level of efficiency of crop production.

        Prevent and control plant diseases.

        Improve the productivity of people and plants.

        Contribute to reducing costs and improving the profitability of our customers.

       They offer added value and serve the needs of our customers.

 To invest in training and development of staff, new technology and equipment, as well as modern methods and systems, and to seek continuous improvement in all aspects of our work.

 Maintain an environment of responsibility, accountability, integrity and professionalism of all the staff of AGROLAN and recognize the personal / professional excellence to all.

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