For five years now, with eight people employed and undergoing a process of diversification, Cinatur Group, the commercial consortium created to develop new markets, supplies within Europe directly and via distributors to third countries for clients with citrus (70%), vegetables (20%) and stone fruit (10%).
Its principal markets are Germany, Norway and France, followed by other countries in the EU and also Eastern Europe. Cinatur Group also supplies markets further abroad such as Canada, the Caribbean, Brazil, China and Dubai.
All its sales follow CIF (Cost, Insurance and Freight) rules, except for Cyprus, where a client purchases by FOB (Free on Board) at the source.
“We take care of the entire logistics chain as well as selecting and purchasing the product from the producer at source. Above all, we work with our producer partners such as Filósofo, Exportaciones Cistar, Frutas Tono, Frutas Gagnon and Dracma, all of whom are citrus companies,” said manager Marc Frat.
The company currently has maritime traffic of 200 containers a year with non-EU countries, as well as deliveries by air for added value products such as berries.
Cinatur Group is constantly on the lookout for new markets provided it receives guarantees for payment, pre-payment (PAYG) or prior coverage of credit for export.