Active AgriScience Announces Agreement with Hydrite Chemical to Bring its Technology to the USA

Hydrite Chemical Co. and Active AgriScience partnership
Active AgriScience Inc. signs an IP licensing agreement with Hydrite Chemical Co.

SASKATOON, SK— Active AgriScience Inc. announced today it has signed a Licensing Agreement with Hydrite Chemical Company of Brookfield, Wisconsin.  The agreement will see Hydrite manufacture Active AgriScience branded products for sale to customers in the USA.

Hydrite Chemical, established in 1929, is one of America’s largest Chemical manufacturers operating numerous production facilities spread across 6 states employing over 1,000 people.

“Hydrite has the infrastructure and scale to service the large agriculture market in the USA.  This agreement is built on a long-standing relationship Hydrite Chemical has had with Active AgriScience while offering farmers the opportunity to source this innovative technology, through one of our selected channel suppliers,” said Dan Steuck, Executive Director of Hydrite Chemical.

Active AgriScience is a leading technology provider to the global Agriculture industry focused on creating innovative Seed Treatments, Foliar Fertilizers and Nitrogen Stabilizers. Founded in 2013, its Research facilities are located on the UBC Campus in Vancouver, its Corporate Office is in New Westminster and its new Head Office & Manufacturing faculties recently opened in Saskatoon.

 “IP Licensing is the next logical step in Active AgriScience business plan.  Having worked with Hydrite for several years their market knowledge and reputation for quality makes them ideal to help expand our business,” said Shannon Sears, President of Active AgriScience.