At Fruit Logistica 2018, Camposol will highlight its blueberry brand “The Berry That Cares”, together with other key products like avocados and mandarins, that will be exhibited at the company’s booth in hall 25.
CAMPOSOL wins "The Good Labor Practices 2017 Award" in the promotion and respect for freedom of association category05/12/2017
CAMPOSOL, a leading agro-industrial company in the country, obtained the first prize in the latest edition of the Award for Good Labor Practices 2017 granted by the Ministry of Labor and Employment Promotion (MTPE) to companies committed to the defense, respect, and promotion of the fundamental rights of workers.
Camposol’s LTM EBITDA amounted to USD 115.9 million, LTM Sales amounted to USD 341.9 million, net leverage ratio was 1.1x. down from 1.9x reported last June. For the first nine month of 2017, Camposol recorded an EBITDA of USD 79.7 million, 100.0% higher than the same period last year. EBITDA margin increased to 33.1% from 22.7% compared to the same period last year. As of September 30th, 2017, the Company maintained a cash balance of USD 36.1 million.
“The Berry That Cares” is CAMPOSOL’s proposition to communicate its commitment to the environment, its communities, workers, and the consumer.
Announcement of the opening of the Commercial Office in China
We are proud this year as our companies CAMPOSOL and MARINASOL were finalists in four of five possible categories. CAMPOSOL obtained an award in the following categories: “Exporting Excellence” and “Market Diversification”, while MARINASOL obtained such award in the “Sustainability” category.
During last week’s Supplier Growth Forum organized by Walmart in Bentonville, Arkansas, USA, that was attended by thousands of Walmart’s suppliers, CAMPOSOL was recognized as Supplier of the Year in the Produce Category.
CAMPOSOL Holding Ltd. Reports Record Fourth Quarter and Preliminary Full Year 2016 Financial Results16/02/2017
During 4Q-16 Camposol generated a record EBITDA(1) of USD 35.4 million, 118.7% higher than 4Q-15, due to an increase in volume of blueberries and an increase of volume and prices of both grapes and shrimp from intensive ponds.