UBP International S.A.



Email: info@ubpinternational.com
Website: http://www.ubpinternational.com

Our Company
UBP INTERNATIONAL S.A is a company dedicated to the production and international marketing of frozen food.
Our core business is the supply of frozen fish all over the world. Currently we are in the process of developing other South American business units, such as Poultry, Meat, Vegetables, among others.

How do we work?
UBP INTERNATIONAL S.A consists of a group of widely industry experienced professionals from different countries who work on meeting the various demands of our customers. We are a working team who looks for the maximum efficiency and effectiveness to ensure the best product quality at the best market price.

Our goal is to establish long term relationships with our customers and suppliers, for which we prioritize: TRUST, TRANSPARENCY, EXCELLENT QUALITY PRODUCTS and OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY.

Source Markets
Argentina, Uruguay, Peru and Chile.

Target Markets
Nigeria, Angola, Benin, Lithuania, Croatia, Greece, Ukraine, Bolivia, Brazil, Venezuela, Taiwan, Russia, China, Turkey, Australia, Tailand, Canada, United States and Peru.

Our core business is the supply of frozen fish all over the world. UBP International SA offers the highest quality products. To achieve this, we count with an experienced technical staff in charge of the goods quality control to be able to comply with international standards and customer’s specifications.

Frozen Product:
The main species we work with are: Hake (Merluccius hubbsi), Red Shrimps (Pleoticus muellieri) ), Illex Squid (Illex argentinus), Angel Shark (Squatina argentina), Rubio (Helicolenus dactylopterus lahillei), Mackerel (Scomber japonicus), Flathead (Percophis brasiliensis), Flounder (Paralichthys spp.), Granadier (Coelorhynchus fasciatus), Grouper (Acantistius brasilianus), Hoki (Macruronus magallanicus), Kingclip (Genypterus Blacodes), Gatuzo (Mutelus shimitti), Leatherjack (Trachynotus glaucus), Red Snapper (Spaus pagrus), Seatrout (Cynoscion Striatus), Savorin (Sariolella porosa), Ray (Rajidae spp.), Yellow Croacker (Micropogonias furnieri), Seatrout (Cynoscion Guatucupa), Sabalo (Prochilodus Platensis), Carp (Cyprinus Carpio)



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