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On July 25th 1997, Curaçao Ecocity Projects NV was incorporated and the company started developing the plantation in December 1999. It takes 2 years for an Aloe Vera plant to mature to the point at which it can be harvested. The average time span for harvesting is approximately 10 years, during which we will collect 6 to 8 leaves from the bottom of the plant per harvest.
In 2003, the construction of our manufacturing plant was completed and we ran our first trial production sessions. Since 2004 we have been producing commercially and our annual production level has increased steadily every year. We use specially designed and patented machines which have been developed especially for us and do not damage the active substances in the Aloe Vera gel. We guarantee constant and excellent quality for every batch we produce.
We care deeply about the health of our people and our environment since we know that happiness begins with good health.
Our vision’s primary objective is to provide our clients with natural products cultivated and manufactured with natural ingredients. Additionally, we are committed to bring a high level of environmental and social responsibility to our daily operations, and incorporate ecological considerations in all our business decisions.
We strive to create a business environment which has been designed to continuously adapt and improve our human capital and internal organization in order to maximize customer satisfaction and prosper in a global competitive environment.
We strive to realize this vision by implementing good business practices designed to minimize harmful environmental impacts of our farming, manufacturing and business operations by reducing the use of harmful inputs and outputs and optimizing our use of natural resources.
We strive to become responsible corporate citizens by making the experience of our workforce truly meaningful and beneficial to them. Additionally, we believe in participating in the community by sharing our resources with local communities.
Information published from Curaçao Ecocity Projects N.V. (Ecocity)