Opening of HM.Clause’s newest facility in Nanyuki
Ambassador Rémi Maréchaux joined executives from HM.Clause on April 15 to celebrate the official opening of HM.Clause’s newest facility, located in Nanyuki, Kenya. While in front of an audience of local employees, as well as HM.Clause teams from France and their colleagues from Limagrain, Mr Maréchaux spoke of the importance of continued investment in Kenya and support of local communities, especially when those efforts are led by French companies.
HM.Clause is a global vegetable seed company dedicated to meeting local needs through global diversity, and is committed to innovation inspired by worldwide partnerships in the scientific, industrial, and commercial fields. An innovative company whose core business is plant breeding, HM.Clause specializes in the development, production, and sales of vegetable seeds worldwide.
It is a Business Unit of Limagrain, an international agricultural co-operative group, specializing in field seeds, vegetable seeds and cereal products. Founded and managed by French farmers, Limagrain is the 4th largest seed company in the world, and the only leading seed company that is not also a chemical company.
Ambassador Maréchaux cuts the ceremonial ribbon and officially declares HM.CLAUSE’s new facility in Nanyuki, Kenya to be open. (Pictured from left: Ghis Reusken, VP Global Supply Chain, HM.CLAUSE; Sebastien Alix, General Manager, HM.CLAUSE Kenya; Franck Berger, Deputy CEO, HM.CLAUSE)
Ambassador Maréchaux waters a ceremonial tree planted during the inauguration of HM.CLAUSE’s new facility in Nanyuki, Kenya.