Nufarm

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Nufarm
Type Public
Traded as ASXNUF
Industry Chemicals
Founded 1956
Headquarters Melbourne
Key people Donald McGauchie, Chairman
Douglas J Rathbone, CEO
Products agrochemicals
industrial chemicals
Revenue $2.28 billion
Employees 3,400
Website www.nufarm.com

Nufarm, is an agricultural chemical company headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. The company holds more than 2,100 product registrations, and markets products in more than 100 countries around the world.

The company is a manufacturer of phenoxies, a class of herbicides that controls and eradicates broadleaved weeds. These products are manufactured in globally networked facilities in Australia, England, Austria and the Netherlands.

A large range of other crop protection products are produced in manufacturing facilities in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe, Africa and America.

Nufarm has also developed a position in the turf and specialty markets (lawn care, golf courses, municipal parks, aquatic and forestry weed control).

Board of directors[edit]

  • Donald McGauchie AO, (Chairman)[1]
  • Doug Rathbone AM (CEO)
  • Anne Brennan
  • Gordon Davis
  • Frank Ford
  • Dr Bruce Goodfellow
  • Peter Margin
  • Toshikazu Takasaki

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