Groupe Roullier has developed expertise that is unique worldwide in the three applications of magnesia: agricultural, industrial and refractory. The synergies resulting from this structure have strengthened our business model. TIMAB Magnesium is the Groupe Roullier business unit that specialises in agricultural applications.
AGRICULTURAL APPLICATIONS DRIVEN BY UNIQUE EXPERTISE
The strength of a group and the expertise of a specialist
TIMAB Magnesium is a Groupe Roullier whose core business is wholesale specialist magnesium products for agricultural applications. TIMAB Magnesium is the European leader in animal and plant nutrition applications. We put R&D at the heart of our approach and innovate every day to meet the needs of our customers and the challenge of seeking effective nutrition.
* January 2013 – Acquisition of Magnesium Do Brazil
* January 2012 – Acquisition of Van Mannekus
* June 2012 – Opening of China sourcing office – Dalian
* September 2000 – Acquisition of Magnesitas Navarras
* 1976 – Beginning of Groupe Roullier Magnesium business activities
Our production sites
With two integrated production sites – Magnesitas Navarras and Magnesium do Brazil, producing more than 120,000 tonnes of agricultural magnesia per year, we can ensure full traceability for our products. Thanks to our network of partners and strategic alliances, the TIMAB Magnesium sales network is always available to respond to our customers’ needs.
Priority is given to quality and security of supply
Alliances expand the distribution network whilst keeping focus on product quality, full traceability and supply chain reliability. In June 2012, TIMAB Magnesium added its own sourcing bureau in China to its business, in the mineral resources heartland of Liaoning. The aims were to expand the “International Plant Nutrition” range, to meet the sourcing needs of other Groupe Roullier magnesia subsidiaries (with industrial applications, such as Van Mannekus, Magnesitas Navarras…) and service our Asian customers, seeking high-potential products (in terms of nutrition and zootechnics).