The Vassalli plants are located in Argentina just over 100 kilometers from the city of Rosario, which has a mayor port where a high percentage of the grains exported are shipped and a key point where important trade routes with neighbour countries converge.
The three Vassalli plant are located in the city of Firmat, in the south of the province of Santa Fe, in the region where most of the national companies dedicated to the manufacture of agricultural machinery are settled. This location integrates an industrial, commercial and financial center in the heart of the largest agricultural and livestock production region in the country, the Pampa Humeda.
The territorial nucleus that constitutes the provinces of Santa Fe, Cordoba and Entre Rios and the north of the province of Buenos Aires, represent a key development pole in the sum of added value of the agro-industrial chain. Between the three they bring together three quarters of the agricultural machinery factories in Argentina, more than half in Santa Fe province.