UNIMER since 1969

UNIMER is an Italian company that has been producing and selling solid fertilizers since 1969 and has always been leading the segment of ecological products.

In over fifty years of history, the company has gained valuable experience in the field of plant nutrition, backed by its farsighted vision of the changing market. Since the very beginning, UNIMER has devised and brought to market environmentally friendly fertilizers which respect the environment and the soil for sustainable agriculture.

With a pioneering approach, the company foresaw market and EU’s responsiveness by decades, focusing on crop sustainability and soil fertility preservation. Indeed, UNIMER has always pursued the goal of producing fertilizers able to fully satisfy the demand of the most advanced agriculture, which is increasingly pressing with regard to technical performance and return on investment and equally aware of environmental and social responsibility.

Customer satisfaction and well-established collaboration with the best distributors testify the excellent quality of UNIMER’s products.

Research and experimentation with official bodies, distributors, University Institutes of Agricultural Chemistry and specialized laboratories in the agronomic field are recognized by the international quality certifications DNV GL, one of the first certification company in the world. The label statements of UNIMER’s products clearly and transparently highlight their quality benchmarks.

Italian roots

All UNIMER fertilizers are produced in two modern Italian plants: the long-standing plant of Vidor in the province of Treviso and the brand-new plant of Arquata del Tronto in the province of Ascoli Piceno, which has been reconstructed after the 2016 Central Italy earthquake and was inaugurated in July 2020. The industrial plant is a combination of technology and environmental respect and is one of the most advanced in Europe.

With a total industrial area of ​​over 100,000 m², the company can count on a production capacity that exceeds 120,000 tons per year.