Promoting development
Transforming resources responsibly

We are an agro-industrial organization dedicated to the responsible processing of sugar cane for the production of sugar, molasses, alcohols and energy.

Our team of more than 29,000 employees in Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Brazil, contributes to reach an annual production of 1.1 million tons of sugar and by-products.

As a group, we are leaders in the Central American region in sugar production and we rank among the ten most important in Latin America. Our products participate in local and international markets, with more than forty export destinations, where we supply food industries and refineries.

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Our Purpose

Our purpose is to promote development, transforming resources responsibly.

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Our Vision

By the year 2030, we will be one of the ten leading sugar and sugar-related businesses in the world.

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Our Values

Since our beginnings in 1849 until now, we have fostered a culture based on values, ethical principles, trust and respect for human dignity.

  • Integrity and honesty
  • Permanent improvement and change with long-term vision
  • Respect for our people and commitment to their success

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Our History

Growth with Experience.

Our operations began in the mid-19th century on the South Coast of Guatemala. Throughout our history of more than 165 years, we have been recognized internationally for our high standards in our products´ value chain.

Responsible Development

A commitment to the world.

Responsible Development is part of our culture and business strategy. It means ensuring our long-term success and fulfilling our vision of creating a better world. We ensure the welfare of our people, promote development, care for the environment, and produce quality products.

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Our Operations

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North America
Mexico

Central America
Guatemala
Honduras
Nicaragua

South America
Brazil
Chile

Statistics of all our sugar mills

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Mexico- Pánuco sugar mill

Acquisition date: 2011

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Guatemala

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Guatemala – Pantaleon sugar mill

Acquisition date: 1849

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Guatemala – Concepción sugar mill

Acquisition date: 1984

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Honduras – La Grecia sugar mill

Acquisition date: 2008

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Nicaragua – Monte Rosa sugar mill

Acquisition date: 1998

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Brazil – Vale Do Paraná sugar mill

Acquisition date: 2006

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Chile – Panor Product Retailer

Acquisition date: 2007

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2016 Report
Responsible development
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Pantaleon’s Trajectory
Recognizing those who have supported us in building our vision.
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