We have a strong commitment to our workers, providers, and the communities in which our production centers are located. We want to leave a mark on them and to foster a relationship of respect, dedication, collaboration, and mutual benefit.


The people that work at Yadran are proof of the passion of our Patagonia’s men and women, a seal that today is part of the spirit of our company and that moves us to carry out our labor with vocation and dedication.

We seek for all the people that make up our team to be proud that they are a part of our project. One that seeks to contribute to our product being part of a sustainable process that benefits not only our company, but our people as well. That is why we work with the conviction that we are on the right path, seeking to leave a mark on our workers and recognizing our objectives can only be achieved at the hands of all those who are part of Yadran.

The people who are part of the Yadran family live the authentic spirit of our company, which is based on respect and held up by dedication. Since the beginning, we have worked so that everyone who is a part of our team can develop and contribute to those around them, because we understand the importance of our collaborators in the sustainable development of our company and our industry.


We are interested in developing bonds with our communities and having a positive impact on them, assuming a commitment to sustainable development in the diverse communities into which our operation is integrated, contributing to the development of various social and community initiatives.

In this sense, we work closely alongside the Folil Trincao indigenous community, our neighbors at our processing plant in Quellón, with whom we collaboratively develop projects directed at strengthening their economic autonomy as well as their touristic and cultural development.

In addition to fulfilling said objective, we have given priority to hiring people from zones adjacent to our production processes, on top of supporting the inclusion of people descendent of the region’s various indigenous communities.

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