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Koppert México

Koppert Mexico is a subsidiary of the Dutch company Koppert Biological Systems. They are the world leader in the distribution of natural enemies for crop protection and natural pollination. Koppert develops and produces state-of-the-art biological systems, which are used by professional growers around the world.

Koppert Biological Systems contributes to better health for people and the planet. In union with nature, we make agriculture healthier, safer and more productive. Koppert provides an integrated system of crop expertise and safe, natural solutions that increase your health, resilience, and productivity.

- 50 years of history -

Fifty years of dedication to the production and development of natural enemies to control the most common pests in horticulture and agriculture have resulted in the comprehensive approach that Koppert currently offers their clients, which begins in the soil and ends with food free of waste.

Research and development, the worldwide production and distribution of solutions and knowledge, and the exchange of information are three important pillars of our company. They are the cornerstones that are closely linked and continue to grow as part of our philosophy for doing things.

- 20 years of working together with nature in Mexican agriculture -

Koppert Mexico has been active since 1997 and is located in the Municipality of Marqués, Querétaro, Mexico. They have been certified twice (2012 and 2016) as a great place to work by the Great Place to Work Institute, and recognized for more than 8 years as a Socially Responsible Company by the Mexican Center for Philanthropy (CEMEFI). We also have the ISO 9001 certification to ensure the quality of the products produced in the country.

In Mexico, we are more than 200 people working in production, sales, logistics, consulting and research of the solutions we offer. Worldwide, Koppert has more than 1,000 employees.

If you want to know more about Koppert, the subsidiaries and distributors in more than 60 countries, please visit: and

Koppert México

Partners with Nature

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