AGRIDAG is an agricuqlture group company composed of the three operating segments of Agriculture, Agrıcultural Machınery & Equpment,Farmıng Supplıes and Supplements and Advanced Farmıng Systems and Solutıons. The company, headquartered in Istanbul, Turkey but is active on every continent in the world. AGRIDAG is a group with worldwide operations in the core competencies of trading, logistics and consulting services in its three main segments of Agriculture. The head office of the parent company, which was founded in 1999, is located in Ataşehir, one of the key business centers of Istanbul. The international activities focus on Europe as well as on the America, Asia and Africa.
The Agriculture Segment provides a wide variety of equipment, material, engineering and consulting services for the agricultural industry. The Group also holds a key position in fruit and vegetables export trading, both within Turkey and on an international level. When it comes to agricultural equipment, AGRIDAG covers a range of activities, from the sale of new machinery, maintenance and repair to the marketing of used machinery. AGRIDAG covers the entire value chain, from the field to the marketing of product, making it one of the leading Turkish agriculture company with a global reach.
Thanks to its worldwide network in the agriculture, the AGRIDAG Group is also active today in conventional energy carriers and the renewable energy business, extending its business beyond its core works. Apart of trading activities for conventional energy carriers like heating oil, fuels, lubricants and wood pellets, AGRIDAG also offers comprehensive and customised solutions for the entire value chain in the renewable energies business, including the development, realisation and sale of operation-ready turbines and plants plus system support, in addition to trading in sun panels systems and components, as well as electricity, gas and heat from renewable energy sources. This business unit is new but has a strong international focus, and its core markets are found in Europe, Turkey and Middle East with future emphasis on Asia, South America and Africa.