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Our Journey

Consistency over the years

When our company came to life in 2000, we stated our commitment to pushing beyond the traditional supplier-purchaser relationship and acting as full-fledged partners in our clients’ success. We are proud to say that we operate in the same way to this day.

We have been purchasing our goods from the smallest of suppliers and also from well-known big suppliers to meet our buyers quantity needs. In our major market base of agri-products, environmental factors have a huge impact on the quality and quantity of produce. Big farmers have the capability of sustaining themselves for the next crop.The small farmers do not have the same capability or capacity, so we help them with financial help along with knowledge, manpower, and infrastructure needs to not only sustain the impact but also come out stronger from it to never face such problems again.

 The magic of Silver Line Compass is that we do more than supply you with the inventory that you need. Let us know the in's and out's of your business and we will try to providing market expertise and help select the perfect range of products to grow your profits. If this method appeals to you, get in touch with our team today.

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Partners

At SLC, our Partners are made up of experienced professionals with a passion for sustainability and social impact. They bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to our organization, helping to guide our strategic direction and ensure that we are always working towards our mission. Our Partners are committed to our values of transparency, fairness, and accountability, and they are dedicated to supporting our team and our business partners in any way they can. We are grateful for their leadership and vision.

Testimonials

"Living in a place where droughts are common can be tough. But thanks to SLC, things have become much easier. Their help and support have provided me with valuable tips and tricks that have helped me survive droughts and make smart choices in managing my resources."

Jaikanth Kamble 

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