LSF CAPITAL announces its investment in SYLVA FERTILIS SENEGAL
On the 29th of September 2021, LSF CAPITAL, alongside its partners MADEIRA EUROPE and SYLVA FERTILIS France, is pleased to announce that it has acquire a minority stake in SYLVA FERTILIS SENEGAL.
SYLVA FERTILIS SENEGAL is a company specialized in the storage and sales of organic soil fertilizers. The company has just raised 2.8 million euros from its shareholders, enabling it to import 2,000 tons of organic soil fertilizers to Senegal and to finance its working capital expenditure. It has just launched in Senegal and in the sub-region the sale of organic soil fertilizers under the brand Terra Fertilis, with two product ranges, Terra Fertilis Classic and Terra Fertilis Premium.
According to Stéphane LEDENTU, Co-Founder of LSF Capital and Terra Fertilis inventor, “These two 100% organic products will strongly contribute to Senegalese and African agricultural excellence by structuring, restoring and improving agricultural soils. These products stabilize and increase soil fertility, hold nutrients, reduce acidity and allow 5 times less watering thanks to their high water retention capacity”.
” Through this investment, LSF Capital reinforces its strategic position to cover the entire agro-ecological value chain in West Africa around land-based products and afforestation, and to finance the restitution of African agricultural soils long degraded by intensive agriculture, drought and the advancing desert ” said Mansour FALL, Managing Partner of LSF Capital.
Emmanuel SIGNOU, Managing Partner of LSF Capital adds: “This fundraising of 2.8 million euros structured by LSF Capital illustrates the confidence our financial partners have in our investment team. We are currently working on other investment projects that are well advanced and will strongly contribute to the promotion of local content in the agro ecology and afforestation sector in Senegal and in the sub-region”.
Video – LSF Capital and the women’s E.I.G. visit the old rice fields of Djilor damaged by rising salt levels
LSF Capital and the women’s E.I.G. visited the old rice fields of Djilor destroyed by rising salt.
LSF Capital Newsletter – March 2023
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