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Strategically located in the heartland of southwestern Ontario, Sylvite Agri-Services is a full-service, value added agricultural retailer, meeting the needs of our customers.
Sylvite Industrial possesses the expertise to produce, source, warehouse, and package products to ensure customer satisfaction, product integrity, and cost competitiveness.
Sylvite Transportation Group has the expertise and knowledge to find the perfect solution to any transportation or logistics challenge quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively
Sylvite Agri-Services has locations across Ontario to better serve our customers.
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