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Oil Palm Growers
9 September 2014
Las Palmas S.A. was founded by Mr. Milton Molina (RIP) on 17 June 1,988, currently has 26 years of existence and is the owner of an extraction plant palm oil which provide 6 companies producing oil palm for a total of 2,970 hectares. The suppliers are: Acacias, Quírica, San Antonio, San Francisco, San Jorge and Alfa. We also provide from small independt producers such as: San Augustin Farm, Murciélago and Primavera Farm, Coyolares S.A. ( Coyolares Farm ), Salamanca Farm and Roberto Alvarado ( Manglares Farm).
Crude palm oil is sold to Suprema, S.A. which has a refining oils plant that sells its products locally and negotiates byproducts for the manufacture of soap company with Las Palmas, S.A.
The first productions of soap of Las Palmas were intended for popular market, through the years has made inroads into the market for soaps medium and high range, which has managed to gain a significant market share. Compete head-on with national and international companies.
Waste from sewage of extracting plant of Las Palmas are delivered to the company GABIOSA SA where there have been advances in 90% in development a project to produce methane gas which electricity is generated, which plans to sell to the national net.
In addition, Tasinsa S.A is an independent company providing repair and maintenance services to Las Palmas, S.A.
By today is forming business GRUPO MEME which will be integrated by the following companies: Las Palmas S.A. (Extraction and Soap), Acacias S.A., Quírica S.A, San Antonio S.A. San Francisco S.A. San Jorge S.A. Alfa S.A. (Producing Fruit Oil Palm), Supreme S.A. (Refining and Marketing of Edible Oils and sub ??products Palma), Gabiosa S.A. (Methane Gas Production and Electricity Generation) and Tasinsa S.A. (Industrial Workshops Metal-Mechanical Services).
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