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July 13, 2011

Jordan Insecticides & Agro-Treatment

Jordan Insecticides & Agro-Treatment Manufacturing Company (ATI) is one of the leading privately owned Jordanian Agrochemicals formulating plants, established in 1993 and specializing in a wide range of various pesticides including:

- Crop protection pesticides (Insecticides, Fungicides and Herbicides)

- Public health pesticides

- Ectoparasiticides (Insecticides for controlling external parasites on farm
and domesticated animals.)

ATI exports its products to distributors in several countries in the region including: Egypt, K.S.A, Algeria, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Tunis, Mauritania and Libya.

In addition to ATI’s own line of formulated products, Jordan Insecticides provides repacking services for several renowned international basic producing companies to cater for the repacking needs of small markets in the Middle East and Africa that demands small, medium and intermediate liquid and powder formulations
packing that prove time and effort consuming for large multinationals. Strict quality control procedures are applied to ensure that these products are in adherence with the related specifications for these multinationals.

In this context ATI provides such services and acts as the distributor for renowned German company Bayer CropScience for its crop protection range of products to 8-10 markets in the Middle East and Africa including: Jordan, Lebanon , U.A.E , Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait , Yemen Iraq as well as other
countries for certain shipments including Libya, Algeria and Ethiopia.

ATI also provides repacking services to other industry leaders including: Bayer Environmental Science, Gowan International, Arysta LifeScience, Sumitomo, Mitsui and recently Dow has approached ATI for possible work in the near future.

In 2002 Jordan Insecticides acquired the ISO 9001:2000 certificate towards its ongoing strive to adhere to the international quality control standards for its products.

ATI's formulating plant is situated at King Abdullah II Industrial State located in Sahab 30 Km from the capital Amman at an area of 3000 square meters, and includes a liquid formulation building & QC Lab, powder formulation building, warehouse and main offices.


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Jordan Insecticides & Agro-Treatment Manufacturing Co.

Tel : + 962 6 5853685 , + 962 6 5853695 . Fax : + 962 6 5853682
Mobile: +962 79 7344438

P.O. Box , 5311 Amman 11183
Jordan .

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