BERLIN, Germany – Last June 20, 2018, Mr. Takashi Sumi, the President & CEO of Atlas Fertilizer Corporation, the Philippines...Continue reading
FOR A BETTER FARMER’S LIFE
Atlas Fertilizer Corporation (AFC), incorporated on October 10, 1957, is the oldest operating and the first fertilizer company in the Philippines to achieve full scale manufacturing of a complete line of mixed fertilizer grades, alternatively known as compound inorganic fertilizer and more famously called by our farmers as the NP- NPK- NK fertilizers.
Atlas Fertilizer Corporation is the leading company in the development of Crop-Specific, Soil Specific fertilization technologies to crops in the country. Our products especially our non-traditional grade fertilizers were created with consideration to the different characteristics of Philippine soils. Since it is our belief that technologies are dynamic and should be based on scientific facts, Site-Specific Nutrient Management (SSNM) had been the guiding principles behind every package of technologies created.
Fertilization technologies are specifically designed and tailored to fit the individual needs of the crop respecting the various growth stages on the field.
AFC’s fertilization technologies are anchored on the principle of Site-Specific Nutrient Management that is giving the crop the right amount of nutrients it need from the right source at the right time and the right place thereby serving not just the farmers but also taking good care of the environment by judicious fertilization.
Atlas Fertilizer Corporation is owned and operated by: Sojitz Corporation.
Sojitz Corporation was formed out the union of Nichimen Corporation and Nissho Iwai Corporation, both companies that boast incredibly long histories of more than 150 years. Today, the Sojitz Group consists of approximately 400 subsidiaries and affiliates located in Japan and throughout the world, developing wide-ranging general trading company operations in a multitude of countries and regions.
RICE CROP MANAGER
Atlas Rice Fertilizer Guide provides farmers with a personalized crop management recommendation after the farmer answers a series of questions