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Have a thrilling experience. This is a prerogative at Gambín. We want to enjoy ourselves together with our clients, our suppliers and our personnel. Feel and pass on our passion for our craftsmanship. Our love towards agriculture and fruit. To work on a daily basis, in order to ensure nothing is missing and everything is right there where it should be.

Growing and exceeding ourselves both on a professional and on a personal level. We want to connect with you and convey you to our world, opening a window through experiences in order for you to be enthralled by them. By doing so, we want you to know us all the better and thereby get to know you further.

Grupo Fuentes y Gambin

“Grupo Fuentes and GAMBÍN are soulmates who share the same vision, based on excellence and constant improvement”

Every single traveller has come across one of its nearly 700 trucks occasionally. Not only seen on Spanish highways but also around Europe. Its fleet provides services to flagship national and international companies. Grupo Fuentes has won their trust thanks to their personalized customer service and total commitment with delivery on time. A quarter of a century endorses the cooperation between Grupo Fuentes and GAMBÍN, of which Antonio Fuentes Fernández, our Operations and Logistics director speaks about with passion and emotion.

labores culturales

Cultural Practices, key to the quality of GAMBÍN citrus.

Cultural Practices are the different tasks of maintenance and care of farms and crops. These practices guarantee good harvests and also the continuity of productivity. Practices GAMBÍN meets in detail.

In order to do so, our Field Management team monitors all the variables to carry out the appropriate work. Every morning, different teams are organized and plan activities for each specific area. Once they are perfectly equipped with their tools and PPEs, they start their tasks.

Laboratorio Citrosol

Citrosol and GAMBÍN: 30 years ensuring the quality of your citrus

We do not see them with the naked eye, but they are there. Pathogens can ruin at the most unexpected time the best citrus crop, generating large economic losses and putting food safety at risk. For this reason, it is essential to carry out a coordinated control of actions that contribute to minimizing risks.

In GAMBÍN we consider it a priority to have the best team of workers and partners. Strong and lasting relationships, both internally and externally. A formula that sets the foundation of our success and that accompanies us since our beginnings.

Citricos en Ucrania

Ukraine, a country full of possibilities

More than three million inhabitants populate Kiev. This city stands out amongst the greenest on the planet thanks to the density of trees present throughout its metropolitan area. Capital of a country with a recent convulsive history, the city combines vestiges of its communist past with a flourishing market economy enlightening the rest of its immediate surroundings. There are shops and boutiques of leading multinationals, high-end restaurants and shopping centres with a wide offer for its visitors.

camiones gambin doce vueltas y media al mundo cada ano

GAMBÍN trucks: twelve and a half laps around the world every year

The equivalent of 12 and a half laps around the world, that’s the distance covered annually by GAMBÍN trucks. More than 500,000 kilometres a year to make it possible for our products to be on time, at the required place. Therefore, it is not surprising that when touring on Spanish highways or European roads you will most probably encounter one of our vehicles.

It is not, however, a simple matter. Citrus, like all perishable products, lose quality and properties once harvested. As such, until they are made available to customers at the point of sale, every day that passes is of great importance.

polonia experimenta la fiebre gambin

Poland experiences the ‘GAMBÍN fever’

Its cities and regions are part of popular memory because of their importance in universal history. Both in past centuries and in recent decades, their kings, military, politicians, personalities and ordinary citizens have starred in some of the most remarkable episodes in humanity. Many of them were glorious, others were sad and shameful moments for mankind.

Overcome but not forgotten, Poland has experienced a vertiginous development in the last two decades. A path that began in 1989, after a series of social, economic and political changes that led to the signing of an Economic Trade Agreement with the European Economic Community. This paved a gateway to become a full member of the European Union on May 1st of 2004.