1948 - 1984
  • 1948 Founded by the National Society of Agriculture (SNA)
  • 1977 Sali and Tassara Group purchase ANASAC from SNA and National Company of Seeds (ENDS) from the State

1985 - 1993
  • 1985 Diversification: Beginning of phytosanitary formulations (San Nicolas formulation plant, Chile)
  • 1990 Phytosanitary Expansion: Opening to Latin American markets
1994 - 1999
  • 1995 Expansion: Acquisition of Hortus, marketing company in Peru
  • 1997 Expansion: Acquisition of Gleba, crop protection company in Argentina
2000 - 2002
  • 2000 Graphic Identity: Change in corporate image
  • 2002 Production efficiency: Mineral salts formulation plant
  • 2002 Quality: ISO 9001: 2000 certification
2003 - 2007
  • 2003 Modernization in phytosanitaries: New phytosanitary formulations plant (Lampa, Chile)
  • 2006 Modernization in seeds: New manufacturing plant (Lautaro, Chile)
2008 - 2009
  • 2008 Diversification: Acquisition of Servimak, company specialized in agricultural mechanization
  • 2008 Organizational structure: Creation of subsidiary Environmental Anasac
  • 2009 Organizational structure: Creation of subsidiary Anasac International Corporation (AIC)
  • 2009 Organizational structure: Creation of Anasac group structure
2010 - 2012
  • 2010 Expansion: Creation of subsidiary Anasac Colombia
  • 2011 Diversification: Acquisition of Difem, company dedicated to Hygiene & Disinfection products
  • 2011 Diversification: Acquisition of Xilema Biocontrol, company specialized in biological pest control
2013 - 2015
  • 2013 Expansion: Anasac acquires a percentage of formulation plant in China
  • 2013 Expansion: Creation of subsidiary Anasac Mexico and Anasac Brazil
  • 2013 Modernization in seeds: New manufacturing plant (Requinoa, Chile)