Maes Honey, the leading honey export company, has made headlines recently in La Gaceta. In the article in question, César Redondo, CEO of Maes Honey, was interviewed about how the company has overcome this year full of challenges and new opportunities.

The company continues to work constantly, therefore, Maes Honey has just started the works to expand its facilities to go from the existing 7,500 m2 to 15,000 m2, which will allow it to have a stock of 4 million kilos of honey.

This will allow you to get your delicious honey to an increasing number of consumers, who will be able to enjoy 100% natural honeys, made in the most efficient way.

The challenges of 2021 in Maes Honey

2021 is undoubtedly a complicated year, where all companies have encountered different complications. Maes Honey has not been less, since the Salamanca company has encountered different challenges so far this year.

Thus, César Redondo affirms that among the main challenges they are currently facing is the difficulty of finding carriers, due to the increase in delivery times and even the evident inflation of the products.

Despite this, the company continues to work steadily to overcome these difficulties. Evidence of this is the fact that its production so far in 2021 is similar to that obtained last year in the same period.

Although it is a product that can be consumed throughout the year; the truth is that honey consumption is expected to increase in the coming months, since it is a product closely linked to winter and cold.

Improvement of the Maes Honey facilities

The fact that in recent years there has been an increase in demand for honey is undeniable. As a consequence, Maes Honey has been carrying out different improvements to its facilities, allowing it to adapt to the growing existing demand.

“It is necessary to have a lot of variety of honey in stock to guarantee supply”,

César Redondo

Currently the company has 2 million kilos of honey in constant stock. However, this is not enough.

The company has begun its works to expand its facility, specifically, to go from the existing 7,500 m2 to 15,000 m2, which will allow it to have a constant stock of 4 million kilos of honey.

Likewise, this improvement will also make it easier for Maes Honey to expand the stock of other supplies and the storage of the final product.

A business vision focused on the international market

Maes Honey has a presence in more than 30 countries, where it exports its delicious honey. For this, César Redondo affirms that it has been essential not to focus solely on Spanish trade; rather, it is necessary to have a vision of the international market.

Know the culture, needs, forms of consumption, etc. of each market; As well as being up to date with its news, it is essential to operate in the international market successfully.

Of course, operating internationally also implies a greater demand in the selection of honey. For this reason, in 2021 Maes Honey has incorporated the most advanced laboratory equipment into its facilities, with which it can analyze and control the quality of honey.

Without a doubt, this hard year has allowed Maes Honey to reinvent itself and overcome all existing challenges; at the same time that it has been able to go one step further and innovate.

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