GRANASUR is a Chilean company formed in 2010. Because of agro-climatic advantages of our country we offer high quality natural, organic and refined products. We produce specialty oils oriented to cosmetic, nutraceutical and food industries.
In three years we have become a leader in the world market, currently supplying to companies on five continents. Among our main products we can mention Rosehip oil, Chilean hazelnut oil, Grape seed oil, Jojoba oil, Evening primrose oil, Borage oil and oils derived from berry seeds.
We aim to deliver quality products by using new technologies and continuos innovation. We believe in clean and environmentally-friendly production processes, which in combination with a client-centered approach, builds strong long-term relationships with our customers.
To offer top quality specialty oils and exfoliants with a strong commitment to customer satisfaction, environmentally-friendly practices and the wellbeing of our staff and their families.
We are committed to reducing our impact on the environment by using clean production processes, re-using raw materials and reducing the energy we consume. Recently we contributed to the Patagonian reforestation by donating 100 native trees to be planted by the Reforestemos Patagonia Project.
Pablo Montt is Chilean and holds an MBA from the PUC (Catholic University of Chile). He has worked for different multinational companies in different positions in marketing, market research and sales, leading International Business Development.
Chemist from Universidad de la Serena, Chile. Julio has worked in the edible and specialty oil fields since 1974. In 1996, he founded T&W Novbeltec Specialty oils where he worked until 2009. During 2010 he joined Granasur as Technical and R&D Manager assuming responsibilities in areas such as quality control and development of new products and businesses.
Agronomist with a Masters degree in Economics from Pontifica Universidad Catolica de Chile. He also holds an MBA form The University of Texas at Austin. Felipe has played important management roles at different bluechip chilean companies though out his career. Since 1993 until 1996, he worked at SQM in Belgium, and was responsible for developing new products, opening new markets and establishing strategic alliances within Europe, Asia and Africa. In 1996, he was promoted to Managing Director at the recently founded affiliate SQM Mexico. In 1999, he was recruited as CEO at Malterías Unidas and since 2005 until 2008 he worked as CEO of the largest agribusiness company in Chile, Empresas IANSA S.A.