Camposol appoints Ricardo Naranjo Fernández as financial director

Camposol Holding PLC announced the appointment of Ricardo Naranjo Fernández as the new Financial Director, effective November 6 of this year.

Mr. Naranjo brings extensive experience in business management, having led the administrative and financial departments in various multinational companies and business groups in Chile and Colombia. He has worked mainly in industries such as manufacturing, agriculture, agribusiness, service companies, logistics and port operations.

Prior to joining Camposol, Mr. Naranjo made significant contributions to the growth of Holding San José Farms, both in Chile and internationally, and played a key role in the implementation of a joint venture with a Canadian pension fund.

His responsibilities will include strengthening Camposol's financial structure to effectively execute the long-term strategy and provide necessary support to operations, constantly striving for efficiency and excellence.

“We are excited about the appointment of Ricardo as CFO of Camposol. We are confident that his extensive experience will bring substantial benefits to the company, helping us continue our path towards establishing ourselves as a global supplier of fresh, healthy foods for families around the world.” commented José Antonio Gómez Bazán, general director of Camposol.


CAMPOSOL is a multinational company that provides families around the world with fresh and healthy food. Our operations extend throughout Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay, with distribution offices in North America, Europe and Asia, a corporate office in Costa Rica and trusted relationships with the main supermarkets worldwide, as well as clients in more than 40 countries.

We are involved in the harvesting, processing and marketing of high-quality agricultural products such as avocados, blueberries, grapes, mangoes and mandarins, among others.

CAMPOSOL is a company committed to supporting sustainable development through social and environmental responsibility policies and projects aimed at increasing shared value for all its stakeholders. It is also an active member of the United Nations Global Compact, issues annual sustainability reports aligned with GRI and has achieved the following international certifications: Global Gap, Rainforest Alliance and BRC, among others, as well as compliance with the country's legislation. of destiny. CAMPOSOL is evaluated under social ethics standards such as SMETA and GRASP.

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