Monsanto around the world
For over 100 years, Monsanto (MON) has been spread across several countries, with some of its brands being sold and used in over 150 countries.
Monsanto’s products affect nearly the entire population of the world in one way or another. Let’s take a look at Monsanto’s reach.
Above, we see that Monsanto is present in almost all the continents of this world. These include only the countries in which the company has manufacturing plants, research centers, seed production facilities, learning centers, and administrative and sales offices.
North and South America
Starting with North America, the company’s home market stretches across five countries: the United States, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, and Puerto Rico. Of these regions, the United States (IYM) is the most important market for the company.
In South America, the company’s operations are present in eight countries. Among these, Brazil and Argentina are the most important for Monsanto.
Europe and Africa
In Europe, the company’s operations are present in about 28 countries, including the United Kingdom, France, Russia, Norway, Switzerland, Sweden, Greece, Hungary, Norway, and Germany. In Africa, the company’s operations are present in seven countries, including South Africa, Morocco, and Zimbabwe.
In the Asia-Pacific region, Monsanto’s operations are present in ~18 countries, including India, China, Australia, Japan, South Korea, and New Zealand.
Next, we’ll discuss what Monsanto sells in these countries.