MRIYA Agroholding and CFG successfully completed the process of merging their businesses, and began operating under a single brand of Continental Farmers Group. Georg von Nolcken was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the newly formed company.
Having received permission from the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine, SALIC finalized the deal on the purchase of most of the agricultural assets of the MRIYA group.
MRIYA and SALIC announced the signing of a share purchase agreement for the sale of the Ukrainian agriholding’s assets, including all infrastructure facilities, technical equipment, and the companies granted the right to lease land banks.
SALIC finalized the deal on acquisition of CFG’s assets.
The Public Investment Fund of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia founded a joint stock company SALIC (Saudi Agricultural and Livestock Investment Company).
CFG Company was formed.
MRIYA Agroholding was founded. It began its commercial operations as a farming research and production enterprise.