Ranking of the ten main Peruvian agro-export companies
In the first half of 2022, Peruvian agricultural exports (traditional and non-traditional) reached US$4.033.262.000, registering an increase of 20.5% compared to the US$3.345.273.000 registered in similar months of the previous year, the Company reported. of Foreign Trade of Peru (Comex Peru).
The union highlighted that during January-June 2022, the main Peruvian agro-export company was Camposol, with shipments for US$112.645.000, representing 2.8% of the total shipped by the sector. In addition, it registered an increase of 33.4% compared to the US$ 84.441.000 reached in the first six months of the previous year, where it was also at the top of the table.
Vitapro ranked second with shipments for US$102.753.000 in the first half of 2022, showing a growth of 23% compared to the US$83.687.000 registered in the same period of the previous year, maintaining its position.
Perales Huancaruna, which made shipments for US$95.457.000 in the first six months of this year, is in third place. The company showed an important growth of 884.10% compared to the US$ 9.700.000 reached in the same period of 2021, due to the good behavior registered by coffee, which allowed it to climb 44 positions.
The fourth box was for Virú with shipments for US$ 95.005.000, registering an increase of 13.71% versus US$ 83.552.000 in the first half of 2021. Despite this increase, it fell one position in the ranking of agro-export companies.
It is followed by Corporación Danper with exports for US$ 90.494.000 between January and June 2022, showing an increase of 16.82% compared to the US$ 77.466.000 obtained between January and June of last year, however, it fell one position in the ranking.
The sixth place went to Corporación Agrolatina with shipments for US$ 58.285.000 (+57.89%, which increased seven positions. The seventh place went to Sol de Palma, which made shipments for US$ 58.044.000, that is, it grew 131.43 % compared to US $ 25.080.000, which allowed him to climb 15 boxes.
Pigeon peas with US$57.953.000, Machu Picchu Foods with US$57.244.000 and Westfalia Fruit Peru with US$56.598.000, ranked eighth, ninth and tenth, respectively. In the first case it grew 34.4% and rose two positions; the second increased its dispatches by 23.1% and fell back one square; while the third contracted its shipments by -5.4%, thus falling back 4 locations.