- Total revenues amounted to €1,037.1 million, with a growing contribution from the foreign market. Exports have increased by 61% and represent more than 13% of total sales. The domestic market has increased by 6.9%.
- Incarlopsa’s commitment to sustainable, long-term growth is firm. This commitment is reflected in the investment effort made by the company to continue promoting innovation and improving the efficiency of its production plants. In 2022, Incarlopsa has earmarked more than €28 million for investment.
- The company has strengthened its relationship with 1,680 local and proximity suppliers, contributing to boosting economic activity in rural areas. The value generated by Incarlopsa’s activity in 2022 was around €845M, approximately 2% of the GDP of Castilla-La Mancha.
Tarancón (Cuenca), September 7, 2023 – Incarlopsa, a leading company in the production and processing of pork products in Castilla-La Mancha, has closed the 2022 financial year with a turnover of 1,037.1 million euros, which represents an increase of 11.8% compared to the 2021 financial year. In a complicated macroeconomic context, the company has once again fulfilled its mission of guaranteeing the supply of food of the highest quality to families. Thus, it has produced more than 343,000 tons of food and sales have exceeded 1,000 million euros for the first time in the more than 40 years of Incarlopsa’s history.
The company’s diversification strategy and the firm commitment to internationalization have continued to be the cornerstones of Incarlopsa’s sustainable and long-term growth, supported by a major investment effort that contributes to promoting innovation and improving the efficiency of the production plants, which is the backbone of the Incarlopsa model.
Thus, in 2022, Incarlopsa has continued to strengthen its export rhythm. Sales in foreign markets have increased by 60.9% and now represent 13.1% of the group’s total sales. Incarlopsa markets its products in 36 countries on five continents. In Spain, sales have also performed positively, increasing by 6.9%.
In 2022, the economic situation continued to be marked by uncertainty. The exponential growth of energy prices and logistics and distribution costs, together with the increase in the price of raw materials, resulted in a significant increase in operating expenses during the year.
Commitment to innovation, production efficiency and local economy to stimulate activity in rural areas.
The investment effort made by Incarlopsa in recent years to boost innovation and improve the efficiency of its 11 production plants in Spain has enabled the company to face this complex macroeconomic environment with greater resilience.
This investment commitment has continued in 2022, where it has earmarked more than 28 million euros for investments that include both improvements to its facilities and environmental improvements to minimize the impact of its activity within the framework of the company’s long-term sustainable development model.
In addition, it has strengthened its commitment to local and proximity suppliers. During 2022, Incarlopsa has worked with 1,680 livestock farms, 100% national, a figure that represents an increase of 11% over the previous year. This collaboration has contributed to promoting, together with them, best practices in environmental and animal welfare matters and to boosting economic activity in rural areas. The value generated by the activity carried out by Incarlopsa in 2022 was 844.7 million euros, which represents around 2% of the GDP of Castilla-La Mancha.
In 2022, Incalopsa once again guaranteed the supply of food of the highest quality to thousands of families in Spain and in 36 countries on five continents. For yet another year, it has had to face a complex macroeconomic environment, although thanks to the efforts made, it has avoided passing on to the end consumer the significant increase in costs experienced during the year.
As a food company, it would not have been able to fulfill its mission without the commitment of the more than 4,000 people who, both directly and indirectly, make up the Incarlopsa family.