Since its foundation, CIASA has delivered Management Services to agricultural farms, livestock farms, feedlots, dairy farms and intensive products farming (i.e. fruit and vegetables) in different geographic locations.
We have a vast experience not only in corporate farming but also in family owned farms. This expertise gave us an amplitude of criteria and knowledge that is essential to manage different cultures.
CIASA professionals have been responsible for the management of hundreds of farm businesses. Our reputation and the trust of our clients in the farm management business are our main assets.
We manage the farm business as a whole or we manage different business units depending on what our clients needs. We count in our staff with specialists in most of the farm business areas including agriculture production, intensive production, dairy production, livestock production, administration, accountancy, legal, tax and commercial.
Human Resources Management
In all of these areas we put intelligence and experience into your company to deliver agronomy, financial, tax and commercial engineering.
Our administration costs are among the most competitive fees in the market. In most of the cases our fees are based both on a Management Fee and a Success Fee basis that is only charged when the customer's goals are achieved.
We manage your firm with our different geographically located structures achieving regional economies of scale and decreasing fixed costs. We deliver constantly clear, measurable and professional information about your farm business for an easy follow-up.
Our partners reputation, expertise and presence as farmers in the agriculture and business community places CIASA in an extraordinary position to capture the most interesting opportunities and resources in the market.
We keep our staff constantly updated in the different Farm Management disciplines in order to understand the changes in the industry and deliver the best service to our customers.
2007-06-21 FANCY FOOD SHOW 2007
Visit us at Booth #222 of the Summer Fancy Food Show, NY July 8-10, 2007.
2007-04-16 Investor from spain buying olive oil land in Argentina
A Spanish investor group announced it to the government. It can become the biggest olive trees local field. A Spanish investors group is planning to develop a millionaire investment in olive trees in Camarico district, in the 25 de Mayo department, as they informed yesterday from the Production Ministry. And although there is not officially confirm, the fact on the surface that will be embraced it is strong: They analyze to plant 10 thousand hectares of varieties oil bottles, that is to say, more than half of the total of the whole cultivated surface that it exists at the moment in the county. San Juan has some 18.600 hectares, according to the last numbers of the production Ministry in which 60 percent is in production and the rest will be make it progressively until the year 2009.
2007-03-12 A Spain Investment group will plant 10hta. of olive in Argentina
The news was not announced officially, but people of the sector already know it: A Spanish group is carrying out a millionaire investment in the county and it plans to plant 10.000 hectares of olive trees in the years 2007/2008, as Antonio Olive groves, president of the Pymes camera confirmed. San Juan county will become the first country with a surface of olive trees, with almost 30.000 hectares, overcoming Catamarca -today first - that has little more than 25.000 hectares. "However, San Juan is already the first one in production, since here for each hectare about 8.000 kilos of olives are harvested, while in Catamarca they are taking out 5.000 kilos for hectare".
2007-01-16 Increase per capit consume of Olive Oil in de world
The excellent fact of the evolution of the olive oil market in the last years is, since we have advanced in intruduccion, the extraordinario increase of the demand. In effect, in the 16 last harvest campaigns, the olive oil consumption in the world has increased in but of 1.100.000 tons,
Campaign 2005/2006, will increase more than 66% compare with campaign 1990/91