Stockton is moving towards expanding its product line.

Stockton (STK) & Liddor Chemicals had built a new biological manufacturing unit which will provide STK with the necessary capacity.
October 25, 2017
Stockton is moving towards expanding its product line. (Enlarge)

STK (Stockton), a leading company in the development and marketing of botanical based solutions for food protection and Lidorr Chemicals Ltd. an agent for most prominent international companies dealing with a wide range of raw materials and technologies, has built a new biological manufacturing unit at Liad Agro facility at Jerusalem area in Israel for the production of STK’s new products.


This manufacturing unit was designed to provide STK with the necessary capacity to advance its growing pipeline of biopesticides, hybrids and other biocontrol formulations for sustainable agriculture and aquaculture inputs to help growers improve their yield. “We’re excited with this state-of-the-art machinery and technology that will provide STK additional capacity and flexibility to efficiently manufacture our new products, explained Guy Elitzur, CEO of STK. Having a dedicated manufacturing unit for STK will be a tremendous asset to help grow the company, both in terms of cost effectiveness and quality assurance of our existing and new products, from development to commercialization.”


STK and Lidorr maintain a strategic contract formulation partnership for many years, overseeing the development of the production of STK’s flagship biofungicide, Timorex Gold. Now with this high-tech machinery, will assure quality and capacity during production as STK advances broad pipeline of highly effective natural pest management products. “We congratulate STK for their outstanding progress providing great innovative Botanical solutions for crop protection, said Ami Lidor, Managing Director of Lidorr Chemicals Ltd. We feel privileged to be a partner of excellence to Stockton's endeavor.”


STK, who is also pursuing acquisitions, and product development partnerships in North America, Latin America, Asia and Western Europe in the biocontrol arena, will continue a steadfast progress on the development of bio-control formulations that prevents and/or control devastating diseases in crops.

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