The Netherlands

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Monsanto Operations B.V.
Bright Office Building B
La Guardiaweg 68
1043 DK Amsterdam

For general Crop Science questions: +31 (0)20 - 424 9000
For media inquiries: +32-478-991 006

To reach Customer Service Vegetables, please fill in this form.
To reach Customer Service Row Crops, please go to this link.

As part of Bayer’s Crop Science Division, the Amsterdam office is the regional operations centre for Monsanto’s Row Crops business in the Europe & Middle East region.



Leeuwenhoekweg 52
2661 CZ Bergschenhoek
Tel: +31-10-529.22.22


The Bergschenhoek site was established in 1995 and consists of Research & Development glasshouses for breeding and testing activities, a seed processing plant, quality control and research labs, and the commercial head office for our vegetable seed division in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. Our goal is to produce high quality vegetable seeds and ship them around the globe.



Westeinde 166
1601 BN Enkhuizen
Tel: +31-228-35.70.00


In Enkhuizen we process, pack and ship vegetable seeds. Global produced seeds are received before cleaning and upgrading. After that it will be stored, packaged and shipped over more than 100 countries worldwide.



Avenue Ceramique 27
6221 KV Maastricht
Tel: +31-43-3585.600


In Maastricht over 100 people are employed in the sale, distribution and maintenance of radiology equipment. The Radiology business unit is the sector leader for radiology worldwide (contrast media, devices, information technology).



Energieweg 1
3641 RT Mijdrecht
Tel: +31-297-28.06.66


Over 300 people work in Mijdrecht for our Pharmaceuticals, Consumer Health and Crop Science divisions and the Animal Health business unit, primarily in marketing, sales, customer service, registration and support services.


The site in Mijdrecht will move to the following address per August 1st, 2022:
Siriusdreef 36
2132 WT Hoofddorp



Wageningse Afweg 31
6702 PD Wageningen
Tel: +31-317-468.468


The Wageningen site is the largest worldwide in terms of the number of crops in which breeding takes place. They are all open field vegetables such as cauliflower, broccoli, spinach, beans, pickle, carrot, leek and onions. The office building was opened in 2005. The location has 2,5 hectares of greenhouses and a large number of plastic tunnels and (spinach) isolations.

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Animal Health Business

Bayer has sold its Animal Health business to Elanco and all responsibilities with respect to the Animal Health products are now taken care of by Elanco. In case you require information on an Animal Health product or if you want to report an adverse event related to an Animal Health product, please contact your local Elanco representation.