The logo of PreGel AMERICA includes an oak tree - traditionally recognized as a symbol of strength and longevity. This symbolism is reflective of the company's strength as an educator and its longstanding commitment to providing high-quality ingredients. The roots of PreGel AMERICA remain strongly planted in tradition, yet new branches continually grow as passion, experience and innovation drive our team.
As a seed grows into a lasting oak tree, our company has grown from the dreams of a few to the dedication of many, and today stands tall as an internationally recognized ingredients provider. Over 40 years ago in Italy, PreGel was the vision of one man, Luciano Rabboni. With hard work and integrity, this one man's dreams developed, as did his way of sharing frozen desserts with the world. A great idea can begin with one man's passion, but a great company is the work of many.
The PreGel AMERICA team is a collection of unique individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences. From the training staff, to customer service, to sales and administrative departments, our employees strive to uphold the standards upon which the company was founded. Just as leaves on a tree serve a common function yet differ slightly in individual nature, so is the case with the PreGel Team. The uniqueness of each member of the company is encouraged and appreciated, while we remain a cohesive group with a shared vision and purpose.
Marco Casol, President and CEO, brought the dreams and values of PreGel to America, setting up headquarters in North Carolina. Energy, passion, and quality are the ingredients for a successful and supportive team, shown in the service and products offered by the company. As a tree persists through weather and seasons, PreGel AMERICA continuously adapts to the needs of the industry - leading with research and development, creating new products and constantly reaching its branches in new directions.
The planting of young oak trees at the new facility of PreGel AMERICA in Concord, North Carolina, embodies our company's acknowledgement of where we have come from and where we have yet to grow.