- Teeltspecialisten Engeland
- Commercial Support Coordinator (32-40 hours)
- Quality Assurance Manager
- Sr Construction Project Manager
- China country manager
- Commercial Key Account Manager
- Agriculture Sales engineer France & European zone
- Area Sales Manager Benelux
- Cultivation specialist / Growers for Amerika
- Tissue Culture Lab / Operations Manager
Top 5 -yesterday
Top 5 -last week
- ‘EU citrus ban due to false codling moth not politically motivated’
- Something sweet out of the bitterness of a citrus season gone awry
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- "We have noticed that oranges are losing ground and mandarin consumption is on the rise"
- Consumers are buying more frozen vegetables because they are a healthy cheaper option
Top 5 -last month
- Vegetable trade war between Botswana and South Africa escalates
- Europe puts a lid on organic orange production in South Africa
- Citrus exporter: Appeal to shipping lines met with “an arrogance that astonishes me”
- Faster avocado growing method developed by Israeli researchers
- New potato disease found in North Dakota and Minnesota
Low avocado prices affect Camposol Q3 sales
For the period ended on September 2014, EBITDA was USD 27.8 million, 5.9% higher than previous year explained by an increase of 30.8% in volumes, mainly of avocados, mangos and shrimp. EBITDA margin for Q314 decreased to 6.8% due to realized avocado prices were lower than compared to the 2013 season.
Volume sold during Q314 was 25,034 net MT, down 0.2% from Q313 explained mainly by a decrease in volumes of fresh avocados. Average price for Q314 was USD 2.45 per net KG, down 1.6% from Q313 mainly explained by a decrease in prices of avocados.
As of September 30th 2014, the Company maintained a cash balance of USD 33.9 million.
The long term growth prospects for exotic fruits and vegetables markets are excellent. Avocados and mango are growing, with headroom for increased per capita consumption in key markets. In the case of asparagus, although consumption is stable, supply is falling due mainly to reduced exports from China. The Company expects good demand for all fresh produce in general and for avocados specifically in both the United States and Europe.
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For more information:
Samuel Dyer Coriat
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