Our Purpose

Our mission

Our purpose is to build Hispaniola’s potential for the promotion of economic & social development.

Our mission is to become the most trustworthy and reputable partner for economic & social development in Hispaniola.

Our vision is to position Hispaniola as a land of hardworking and talented people, and a place of growth and opportunity for all.


The opportunity to unleash talent and potential is what has guided our approach for more than 50 years.

Operational Excellence

Our clients are at the core of what we do, and we go above and beyond to provide top quality products and services.


We are proud to lead the change for making Hispaniola a land of opportunity for businesses, our collaborators and everyone who partners with us.


By striving to unite size, capacity, top-talent, best practices, and communication, GBG has become an expert at connecting resources and assets to leave a lasting mark on the communities who need it most.


Through our activities in these areas of focus, we are able to touch each and every family.


Our commitment to building a better Hispaniola is exemplified through our investments in infrastructure projects such as ports and free zones, and power generation projects from thermal and renewable energy sources.


Since 1973, we have diversified our portfolio from the manufacturing and distribution of steel rebars, to now include a complete line of steel-derived final products, a lumber yard and a cement grinding mill.


GBG is committed to reaching each and every family in Haiti through a robust offering of consumer goods. For over 30 years, GBG has worked to bring the most renowned products in the world such as Kraft, Philip Morris and Goya to the country. GBG also manufactures its own brands as Gourmet, catering and honoring the wonders of Haitian cuisine and culture.


We are proud to be Hispaniola’s largest supplier of liquid fuels. We achieve this thanks to the trust of our industrial, aviation, and retail customers via our 380+ service stations and our participation in the Caribbean‘s largest passenger airports.