Know our history

The company
Aqualinter S.A.


It was created in 2006 as a family business oriented to shrimp farming and other seafood.

Since its inception, the company has been dedicated to shrimp farming, on rented land or in partnership with other entrepreneurs. Later, the company grew and gained experience under the leadership of the Jara-Triviño spouses.

And that is how in 2013, this family business saw its business dreams and aspirations crystallized, and they acquired land for shrimp farming in the Villanueva sector, Rosa de Flandes parish in the Naranjal canton.

With their own land, the investments did not wait. Since 2015 the company has been making improvements to the entire shrimp farming infrastructure and has surrounded itself with professionals in the aquaculture area who have known how to channel the objectives of the company. This has allowed the company to grow in terms of production and productivity.


Certifications in progress


ISO9001 Quality management
ISO14000 Environmental management


Product


We produce whole shrimp, tail, shell on, value added, according to the needs and demands of our customers.


Mission

Achieve sustainable growth over time, based on internal policies and strategies aimed at increasing shrimp production levels, maximizing performance in the marketing process, optimizing installed capacity and protecting the environment.

Vision

Positioning itself as a solid and leading company in the aquaculture sector, providing high quality products, meeting the commercial demands of the exporting shrimp industry.

Our offices

HACCP
Compliance highest standard in the industry


Aqualinter S.A. is committed to satisfying the current global demands in the constant change of quality and food safety. That means that we are constantly updating ourselves on the well-known Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) program and its requirements, which we comply with 100%.

An important part of our processes is the annual review of each of our suppliers and the identification of areas of vulnerability or deficiencies to identify and seek an improvement of the process and seek its improvement. In the review we include the areas of raw material sourcing, processing, labeling, storage and handling.

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Control processes carried out from our beginnings to the present.

We work hand in hand with our suppliers to improve the sustainability of production processes.


W. Jara