International Market

In the current globalized market the space for large profit margins has disappeared.

More than making volume sales, our strategy is to negotiate directly with the big players worldwide in order to keep costs low and margins as small as possible, this way adding value to our services against competition.

Satisfying the customer, with competitive prices, delivering quality without fails in the supply chain and ensuring first class services are our guidelines from the first moment.


Resources scarcity and population growth pressure commodity production and trade, making them strategically vital.

Betting in stable relationships throughout the supply chain from the producer to the consumer is the way we value and differentiate our service. Based on this concept, we ship directly from the world's largest producers, for example:

  • Rice (white, parboiled or basmati)
  • Sugar
  • Oils (soybean or sunflower)
  • Flours (wheat, maize, rye)


One of the most difficult food families to manage is without a doubt, the frozen goods. Its high price and the difficulty of transportation and storage are the main reasons for this difficulty. since there are not always cold or energy conditions that can generate / maintain it. If in Europe this does not seem to be a problem, in very hot regions like Asia, the Middle East or Africa, cold storage and reliable energy power are critical and many times determining factors to exclude experienced operators in the frozen market.

Our expertise with more than 15 years of experience in the area allows us to know what to deal with, in order to guarantee the quality of the products, as well as guarantee the integrity of the cold chain from the production to the installations of the customers, whether by land , sea or air.

We are partners of the world biggest exporters of:

  • Meat (chicken, beef and pork)
  • Fish and Seafood
  • Frozen vegetables (broccoli, Brussels sprouts, carrots, green beans, mix, etc.)
  • Frozen fries

Dry Goods

Of course we also supply the whole line of dry products. Whatever the size and packaging are.


  • Tomato derivatives (pulp or peeled)
  • Fruits
  • Sardines and tuna




  • Water (natural or sparkling)
  • Beer
  • Juices
  • Milk (poder, UHT or condensed