Agripac´s headquarters is in downtown Guayaquil, a complex of administrative buildings whose history began with the acquisition of a building in 1977, and which is currently the headquarters of all the company's commercial operations.
General Córdova #623 and Padre Solano, Guayaquil.
Celtec represents the beginning of our agrochemical commercialization business in the country. In 1973 we acquired a plant for fractioning and storing products for the agricultural division.
Today it is a plant specialized in the storage and fractionation of agrochemicals, fungicides, and herbicides, whose operating capacity amounts to 6 million kg/liters per year, in addition to having a warehouse that holds up to 12 million kg/liters.
Km 15 ½ on the road to Daule, Pascuales Parish, Guayaquil – Guayas
Eng. Jorge Palacios
As a response to the demand of animal feed products in the agricultural and aquaculture sector, Agripac acquired the Balanfarina plant in 2002. It is a pioneer in the industry, thanks to its processing of high quality animal feed for shrimp and poultry.
With permanent investment in the improvement of its operations, the plant expanded its product lines and currently generates animal feed for shrimps, tilapia, chicken, cattle, pigs, and pets.
We consider it a priority to continuously improve our operations to ensure the quality of our products. Thanks to the determined effort of the human talent that integrates the company, we obtained the GLOBAL GAP certification and, then, the GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) certification in the shrimp feed production line, based on our process protocols.
This plant has the first Aquaculture Research Center whose objective is to continuously innovate in the production of shrimp feed and to offer high quality products that meet market demands.
Km 14.5 on the road to Durán-Tambo, Eloy Alfaro Parish, Durán – Guayas
Eng. Jose Ricardo Giler
In 1997 we acquired Agrigrain, a corn and soybean storage center to serve the country's largest short-cycle production area. The plant, located in Quevedo, also processes rice and soybean seeds, becoming an industrial reference for the reception, storage, and processing of grains.
Km 6 ½ on the road to Quevedo- El Empalme, canton Mocache, Province of Los Ríos
Eng. Jose Ricardo Giler
We ventured into agrochemical production with the construction of the Laquinsa plant, whose operating capacity is 30 million liters per year. It specializes in the formulation of herbicides, fungicides, and insecticides for crop protection.
In addition, the plant offers analysis and product development services through a quality control laboratory with state-of-the-art equipment.
Km 5.5 on the road to Durán-Tambo, Eloy Alfaro Parish, Durán – Guayas
Eng Francisco Rodriguez