- The Sustainable Green Team (SGTM) and VRM Biologik announce a strategic partnership to expand VRM Biologik’s technology and products into North, Central, and South America and the Caribbean Islands.
- VRM Biologik will increase its equity in SGTM, strengthening its mutual commitment to success and growth.
- SGTM gains exclusive rights to deploy VRM Biologik programs throughout the Americas.
- Both companies aim to enhance their global supply chain and contribute to national food and water security programs.
- The long-term vision of SGTM is to expand the partnership into an international conglomerate and potentially up-list its shares on a national stock exchange.
The Sustainable Green Team (SGTM), a leading provider of sustainable solutions, and VRM Biologik, a global innovator in biotechnology, have announced a strategic partnership. The alliance aims to expand VRM Biologik’s innovative technology and products into North, Central, and South America and the Caribbean Islands.
Strengthening Mutual Commitment
VRM Biologik will increase its equity stake in SGTM, solidifying its commitment to mutual success and growth. The Sustainable Green Team has been granted exclusive rights to deploy VRM Biologik programs throughout the Americas, acting as the implementer of an expanded licensing and manufacturing program.
Enhancing Global Supply Chain
The Sustainable Green Team will collaborate with VRM Biologik to enhance its global supply chain by using resources and capacity from the United States. This collaboration aims to grow export markets positively and contribute to scaling their national food and water security programs.
A Vision for the Future
SGTM’s long-term vision involves expanding the partnership into an international conglomerate. The company is also considering possibly up-listing its shares on a national stock exchange. “SGTM’s strong US manufacturing capacity and market reach make them an ideal partner for us,” said Ken Bellamy, VRM Biologik Founder.
Impact on Sustainability
Both companies are committed to driving sustainable solutions for organic waste and sustainable agriculture. “This partnership will not only enhance our product offerings but also contribute to the growth and development of both companies,” said Tony Raynor, CEO of The Sustainable Green Team.