Rotam and AMVAC partner to distribute Rotam’s new ReTurn™XL.
Rotam and AMVAC announced today that AMVAC will be an exclusive distribution partner for Rotam’s new Return® XL, an oxamyl based product for use on potato, cotton, tobacco and peanuts that is currently pending EPA registration. ReTurn XL is a new broad-spectrum oxamyl-based crop protection product formulated to control nematodes and various sucking and chewing insects.
“We selected AMVAC to exclusively distribute this new product because of their long and successful history in the potato, cotton and peanut segments,” said Steve Slaveck, the Rotam country manager of USA & Canada. “They are uniquely qualified to market oxamyl with expertise in sales, marketing and stewardship in these key crops.”
Greg Warren, marketing manager of AMVAC said, “This product is a welcome addition to our existing portfolio in these core markets. We will offer pricing, programs and supply information to our customers as soon as the product receives EPA registration. (PRIA date October 13)
The product ReTurn with oxamyl for use on fruits and vegetables will continue to be marketed exclusively by SipcamRotam (a joint venture between SipcamAdvan and Rotam North America).
Rotam (www.rotam.com) is a fast-growing international organization operating in Crop Protection, Turf & Ornamental, Public Health and Veterinary sectors. Excellence and innovation may not be what you first associate with off-patent crop protection chemistry, but that’s exactly what Rotam stands for. State-of-the-art facilities house our research and development, while our global registration and manufacturing draw on the highest caliber expertise. Our product development teams pioneer the use of innovative technologies to remove impurities, improve safety and enhance delivery systems. We work on a global platform, but offer local crop protection solutions. Rotam has a worldwide presence with direct operations in over 60 countries, with a corporate office in Hong Kong, principal manufacturing base in China and operations split into 9 regions.