Lal Teer Seed Limited
Mr. Abdul Awal Mintoo and Mr. Simon Groot of the Netherlands started Lal Teer Seed Ltd. in 1995 to produce a small array of seed varieties. Bangladesh, being geographically located at agriculturally fostered basin, still suffers from a large deficit of vegetable prerequisites. Economic and technological constraints continue to play the major determinants in fostering this ongoing problem.
Lal Teer Seed Ltd was founded with the vision to mitigate this specific point. Keeping the need for research in mind and how it can help Bangladeshis understand more about seed yielding and seed variety, Lal Teer Seed Ltd was started. With extensive research and collaboration with local communities across 64 districts of Bangladesh, Lal Teer Seed has become the largest biotechnology and seed Production Company in the country. Recently, Lal Teer has been expanding its operations to open up new markets internationally in South Asia and beyond. As an extension of its seed distribution efforts, in September, 2008 Lal Teer started a joint venture with United Phosphorus Limited, India, and entered into pesticide distribution.
Lalteer Livestock Ltd. - was founded with a vision to become the pioneer in the livestock industry by promoting sustainable means of livestock production for the maximum productivity. With a skilled management team with over thirty years of experience, Lalteer Livestock Ltd. was founded in 2009. The company will focus on sustainability as improved productivity through a dedicated research facility.
North South Seed Ltd. is Multimode group’s second seed venture. It started as a vegetable seed producing company with production facilities of about 1000 tons of vegetable seeds in four northern districts under close supervision of experienced agriculturists. It has now entered into production and breeding of rice, potato, and maize.
Chens Crop-Science Bangladesh Limited, Tinpata Quality Seeds Limited are also part of Multimode Group engaged in scientific research and distribution of high quality seeds and pesticides to promote increased productivity and sustainability.