Indigo Ag splits sustainability, biologicals units in restructure

May 6, 2024

Indigo Ag has established two new business units focused on “sustainability solutions” and “biological products” as part of a renewal and reorganization of the company.

The restructuring follows the appointment of Dean Banks as the new chief executive officer (announced earlier this year).

Dean Banks, Indigo Ag CEO

Indigo Ag stated the establishment of the new business units will streamline the company, “providing clear decision-making, improved alignment on commercial goals and accountability for results, and will enable the company to better serve and deliver for its partners and customers across agriculture.”

“By establishing our new business units and a renewed innovation orientation, alongside prudent restructuring and focusing of resources, we will be able to streamline our business and further develop our strategic partnerships to better serve our customers,” said Banks. “Specifically, we will provide them with an expanding range of solutions they need to restore soil health and increase farm profitability.”

In a news release, the company stated it will continue to exit non-strategic and non-core businesses so that it can focus resources on the biggest opportunities for its partners and customers.

The company has revamped its leadership team, including Georg Goeres, who will lead the Biological Products business unit; Ewan Lamont, who will lead the Sustainability Solutions business unit; and Bernie Barbour, the Chief Technology Officer.

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