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Annette Roy, David Wall and the rest of the gang, welcome you to Premier Pacific Seeds Ltd.
Grass seed is our passion! A strong emphasis goes into searching worldwide for plant genetics that thrive in our market area ( Forage and Turf seed genetics vary from European origins to North American plant material) to produce highly successful seed mixtures. We provide our customers with expert advice, quality products and impeccable service to ensure their seeding projects are successful.
Premier Pacific Seeds Ltd. is the largest custom grass seed blending facility in Southern BC. The production warehouse is newly upgraded with a high-speed, small packaging line. Combined with two large seed blenders, an automatic bagger and pedestal bag sewing machine, we guarantee fast and accurate blending of customer orders. We are also committed to reducing our environmental impact and encourage customers to bring in their empty seed bags for recycling.
Interested in working for us? Please visit our Careers page for current job openings.
Premier Pacific Seeds Ltd. is conveniently located in the heart of the North Surrey/ Langley Industrial Park of Port Kells in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. Strategically placed for ease of transporting goods, the facility is just minutes from the Trans-Canada Highway and the USA international border.
The 10,400 square foot office/ warehouse is impeccable, a necessity in the seed business. Seeds are transported in by truck in bags to the warehouse. From there, they are used to fill the custom orders for customers all over British Columbia and Alberta.
Cleanliness is essential in this business. "You can't have any contamination. If you have turf, you don't want Orchardgrass in a turf mixture," says Annette Roy, the Quality Assurance expert. Because of this dedication to quality, Premier Pacific Seeds Ltd. has been fully accredited with the Canadian Seed Institute (CSI), making this Western Canadian business part of a nation-wide network of seed establishments implementing quality control systems.