CAMPOSOL has built its first blueberry packing plant in northern Sinaloa, Mexico, which will offer the service not only to the company but also to growers in the area who will be able to pack their products efficiently, at a competitive cost and with the highest speed.
“The plant was initially designed to pack blueberries, but it can also be adapted to pack other fruits and vegetables such as mangoes, figs, pumpkins and others. Pre-cooling services in state-of-the-art tunnels and storage rooms for finished products. Regarding CAMPOSOL, we will continue to ship our blueberries to the United States in best conditions,” said José Andrés Renovales, Country Manager Mexico.
CAMPOSOL is proud to start this service with products from Mexican growers in the region and increase volumes to become one of the most important packing plants of northern Sinaloa. The implementation of this project was supported by FrioPacking, LM Construcciones and architect Flavio Migliora.
Camposol is a multinational company that provides families around the world with fresh and healthy food. We have operations in Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, and Uruguay, commercial offices in North America, Europe, and Asia, a corporate office in Costa Rica, and trusted relationships with the main supermarkets worldwide, as well as customers in more than 40 countries.
We are involved in the harvest, processing, and marketing of high-quality agricultural products such as avocados, blueberries, grapes, mangoes, and mandarins, among others.
Camposol is a company that is committed to supporting sustainable development through social and environmental responsibility policies and projects aimed at increasing the shared value for all its stakeholders. It is also an active member of the United Nations Global Compact, issues annual GRI-aligned sustainability reports and has achieved the following international certifications: Global Gap, Rainforest Alliance, and BRC, among others, as well as compliance with the legislation of the country of destination. CAMPOSOL is evaluated under social ethics standards such as SMETA and GRASP.
For more information about Camposol, please visit us at www.camposol.com