At ProCam we recognise that every farming situation is different and a ‘one size fits all’ approach to agronomy and crop production advice seldom works. Whilst we are able to leverage our national scale in terms of investment, buying power with major suppliers and centralisation of resources, our business is very much structured around groups of local specialists. The advantage to our customers is that they are dealing with people who understand their precise needs and individual growing conditions, but who have the full support of ProCam UK’s collective knowledge base and logistics management.
Our frontline is made up of a series of regionally identified ProCam businesses with their own facilities and depots specifically tailored to the requirements of growers in their area. This means the advice and products a grower needs for their own situation are managed and provided locally so our response and delivery times are the best in the business. So, for example, if you’re in the South West, ProCam South West will be able to provide the full range of products and services to cover the major crops, but will also be able to provide you with all the support you need for growing maize.
This specialist knowledge built up around maize production can also be shared by other regional ProCam businesses as the demand for this crop to fuel the growing number of UK-based AD plants rises. Equally, in Scotland, ProCam Robertsons has built up a significant specialism in the production of malting barley. Not only can they provide their local growers with unrivalled expertise for the crop, the knowledge gained can be cascaded down to other regions so products and services can be fast-tracked to help producers in England and Wales starting to grow barley as it becomes an increasingly popular crop option.
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