Iberol´s mission is to be a reference of excellence in all the sectors in which it operates, to achieve and maintain the most demanding standards of Quality, in all its processes and areas of activity, creating value for its shareholders, satisfying the needs of its customers and providing its employees with the development of skills, knowledge, creativity and innovation.


  • Excellence

    • Constant demand on your work standards and the jobs you receive
    • Continuous search to improve results through the unconditional adoption of Kaizen Methodologies
  • Change

    • Be a Catalyst of Change
    • Be assertive and aligned with company expectations
    • Focus on achieving objectives, tasks, responsibilities
  • Accountability

    • Be responsible for the development of your work
    • Seek proactive resolution of situations
  • Transversality

    • Fostering Team Spirit – Transversality / eliminating “Thursdays”
    • Work as a team in an organized way and make clear decisions for all team members
    • Ensuring everyone’s contribution
  • Transparency

    • Be transparent in the relationship you have with all colleagues
    • To be transparent is to be Open, Sincere, Coherent, Ethical and Integrity

Iberol’s Value Chain

The most relevant stages and respective units in the value chain of Iberol’s products, and which it can intervene.
Iberol operates in the stages marked in green.

Risk management

Corporate Risk Management, which encompasses a set of practices for identifying, measuring, treating and reporting the main risks, is an integral part of the focus defined by Iberol’s corporate bodies for all its employees, in line with the good governance practices of the risk, endeavoring in each period of its activity to comply with the legal and regulatory requirements related to the expectations and demands of its different stakeholders.

Iberol has implemented an internal control system for risk management based on a risk assessment that is based on the identification of potential risks, impact assessment, frequency of their occurrence and mechanisms of detection prior to the potential event. The objective is the creation of controls to monitor critical risks, as well as potential risk mitigation actions. This system is applied to commercial management, maintenance, operations, etc., and its mission is to optimize the level of global risk.

Operational risk, which results from the daily operations in the various sectors of the company, is monitored through a set of daily control mechanisms supported by the KaiZen methodology. For each operational area, critical and daily observation KPIs are defined with reference metrics that allow identifying deviations in short periods of time and taking corrective actions. The company has evolved so that the capture and structuring of information is automated, thus reducing the necessary reaction and programming times. Of the practices implemented, the improvement of most operational indicators stands out, with a direct impact on the financial statements, energy efficiency, legal compliance and operating conditions in safety and the well-being of employees.

In terms of compliance, Iberol has defined a policy of control and follow-up in which all services rendered and supplies of products, which are materially relevant, must be scrutinized and contracted, with validation by the legal area, in this case subcontracted to a law firm. , of which there are sustained opinions. The company also implemented a “know your supplier” process that allows assessing the risk of supplier compliance, namely in litigation and tax obligations.

With regard to compliance risks arising in operational areas, the company has, in its Quality, Safety and Environment area, a permanent monitoring of process, quality and environmental risks, the latter having been reinforced by the new framework required by ISO certification. 14001. The Quality Committee is responsible for monitoring compliance with these risks.

Iberol is exposed to a set of risks such as exchange rates, interest rates and credit, so the company’s policy is to seek to minimize possible adverse effects arising from uncertainties in these areas, namely:

  • the exchange rate risk management policy is characterized by mitigating the occurrence of negative financial impacts resulting from adverse movements in exchange rates;
  • the risk of changes in interest rates;
  • in terms of credit risk, it is associated with accounts receivable arising from its commercial activity. This risk is mitigated by the fact that Iberol monitors the market risk of its customers, taking into account their consumption profiles, their history and their ability to pay, the company opting to work with entities of high credit and reputational quality. “Know Your Customer”;

Historic Evolution