Llombart GmbH

A rounded story

Quality from the indulgence expert

A company with attention to detail

Our customers in the trade trust in our experience and professionalism, in our advice, delivery reliability and adherence to delivery dates: that’s why we give our best day after day!

Our strong ties with the producers are also one of our strengths. In close cooperation …

  • …we constantly work on keeping our promise of quality.
  • …we attach particular importance to the aspect of sustainability.
  • …we pay attention to the balance of attractiveness and environmental friendliness in packaging.
  • …we continuously demonstrate our innovative strength, for example by planting and marketing new products.

Historie

2020
2020

Juan Llombart and a group of entrepreneurs have started their work, planning and coordinating niche crops. Core products include red-fleshed oranges, chocolate navel, tangerines, avocados and pomegranates.

2020

Llombart Agraría currently has around 170 ha of production area in the form of holdings in fincas in 5 different growing areas.

2020

Finca el Cachirulo

In Sagunto Valencia. The cultivation of exclusive citrus fruits is planned here.
2020

Finca la Pericona

In Ayamonte Huelva. It was newly planted with citrus and avocado trees in 2020.

2018
2018

Juan Llombart’s daughter Liliane Llombart is appointed as an additional managing director. Lena Trautwein is given power of attorney.

2016
2016

Relocation of the company headquarters to the zeit.areal Lahr.

Llombart grows. To expand capacities, the company moves to the zeit.areal in Lahr.

2016

Foundation of Llombart Agraría

Llombart Agraría was founded in order to become active as a producer.

2016

Finca Miramontes

In Villanueva del Río y Minas in Seville. Integration of citrus production in a natural environment. The cortijo on the finca offers space for training and workshops.

2016

Finca Mas Nou

In Bétera in Valencia. Already has traditional and new orange varieties in full production.
2016

Citrus Rosso

Citrus Rosso is a joint venture between growers, a nursery and Juan Llombart. The aim is to supply the market with lycopene oranges for 12 months.

2014
2014

Finca l’Escarp

In la Granga d’Escarp in Lleida.  Seedless table grapes are grown here – a pilot project in northern Spain.

2014

Llombart Almería

Service provider of the Llombart Handels- und Treuhandges. mbH in Lahr. On-site management and quality control.

2004
2004

The import of vegetables is started.

1999
1999

Juan Llombart takes over as general manager.

1998
1998

Foundation of the subsidiary Orange X-Press – sales company for juice presses.

1991
1991

Roberto Llombart becomes managing director, Juan Llombart is given power of attorney.

The company headquarters are moved to Schillerstraße in Lahr. After a short while, a new company building is built and occupied in the Hermann-Waibel-Weg.

1981
1981

Llombart Spain is founded

Llombart Spain is founded with the aim of improving the structure of the processes. In the future, the focus is on citrus fruit, stone fruit, vegetables and salads. Llombart Spain coordinates exports to Scandinavia, England, Canada and the USA. Germany, Austria and Italy are supplied from here.

1976
1976

The Llombart/Anecoop cooperation becomes the exclusive agent for Scandinavia for 15 years.

1975
1975

The sons Miguel, Roberto and Juan join the family business.

Roberto and Miguel Llombart are given power of attorney. Juan Llombart joins as quality controller.

1965
1965

Llombart joins forces with Laurent Jestin

Llombart (specialised in citrus fruits) joins forces with Laurent Jestin (vegetables, apples, lettuce) from France in 1965. In 1976 there is an amicable separation.

1961
1961

Company founded by Miguel Llombart in Kehl, Baden.

Miguel Llombart Senior founds his import company in Kehl, Baden – because of the customs yard, ship port, railway junction and border station there.

1960
1960

Company founder Miguel Llombart Senior travels to Germany from Nules in Spain in 1960.

His aim is to set up a distribution business in Germany for oranges and tangerines from his home region. Besides working as a foreman in a cement and concrete factory in Nürtingen, he regularly travels to the wholesale market in Stuttgart to receive goods and to connect with potential buyers.

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