The business sector is an engine capable of generating progress and well-being in societies when there is discipline, commitment, organization and a responsible vision of development. Read here the full article by our CEO, Vicente Wong.
For Reybanpac, sustainability is the cross-cutting axis of its development plan. For this, the correct management of resources is essential.
For over 25 years, the Wong Foundation has worked for the education and empowerment of young people in rural communities of Ecuador. Learn more about what we are doing today.
A new species was identified during the fungal biodiversity conservation activities developed within the cooperation agreement between the Wong Foundation and ESPOL.
The rating agency, BankWatch Ratings of Ecuador, assigned AAA rating to Reybanpac's Second Commercial Paper Issuance Program.
Reybanpac maintains its Agricultural Training Schools, a permanent activity of the company that seeks continuous improvement in its processes and enhancement of the skills of its workers.
Vicente A. Wong, Reybanpac's Commercial Manager, participated in a roundtable on "Ecuador's Capacity to Strengthen Global Food Security". We invite you to learn more about the topics discussed at the event.
"We believe that corporate responsibility goes beyond having a sustainable business, which is why we also promote community development so that they can build a better future for their younger generations." Vicente Wong, CEO.
The Ecuadorian banana sector is determined, not only to keep the chain functioning as it already does, but to continue being a benchmark in the industry, capable of adapting to changes.
Agribusiness is an essential sector, and as such cannot stop working. At Reybanpac we are committed to continuing to provide quality bananas.
Robotic Process Automation allows to reduce the time that our human talent devotes to tasks that are repetitive, to redirect it to analytical and more strategic activities that add value to the company and our customers.
Reybanpac was visited by Dr. Gert Kema, renowned expert in plant pathologies with emphasis on banana, professor and researcher at the Wageningen University in the Netherlands.
The key to Reybanpac's success lies in its human talent, "people committed to excellence, of great professional ethics and who work every day to produce the best fruit for consumers." Kevyn Duque, Human Resources Manager.
During Fruit Logistica 2020, Reybanpac received recognition from Bayer Ecuador for the implementation of good agricultural practices in the banana sector.
The Association of Banana Exporters of Ecuador celebrated its XXI Anniversary. At the event AEBE's new Executive Director was officially presented and Reybanpac received recognition for its 20 years of membership.
This year Ecuador is for the first time Partnerland in Fruit Logistica, a global trade fair where the country will show to the market the diversity and quality of its exportable offer and its vision of agribusiness.
Part of the path to success lies in the ability to adapt to changes, but mainly in constant innovation to anticipate and be ready to meet new market trends and customer demands.
In recent days Reybanpac received from the Ecuadorian Agency for Quality Assurance of Agro - Agrocalidad, the renewal of its certification of general compliance with good agricultural practices.
On August 31st, the winning team of the Agricultural Olympics received their award, an event that Reybanpac promotes as a way of encouraging collaborative work in an atmosphere of fun and recreation.
Recently, Reybanpac, producer of the “Favorita” brand banana, received from the Ecuadorian Institute of Social Security (IESS) the "IESS Recognition of Good Business Practices 2019".
On Friday, July 19, during the commemoration of the 35th Anniversary of the State Technical University of Quevedo (UTEQ), Reybanpac delivered 584 sets of pathological analysis equipment to the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences.