October 21, 2014
Pinturas Montana, a Venezuelan company with 60 years of experience, inaugurated plants in Paraguay and the Dominican Republic to serve the markets of the Southern Cone; and the Caribbean and Central America, respectively
“We are a company that believes in its brand and we know that the Latin American market will receive it, thus enjoying the benefit of painting with a high technology product” were the words of Carlos Gill, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Corimon Group, during the inauguration of its new plant in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Gill highlighted the growth experienced by Corimon – a Venezuelan corporation founded in 1949 – strength that is expressed in the recent inaugurations of plants in Paraguay and the Dominican Republic. Facilities that seek to serve local and regional markets “we will be where our consumers are and the initial distribution will be in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Jamaica, Haiti, Nicaragua, Panama and Puerto Rico, among other countries in Central America and the Caribbean.
The complete portfolio of Pinturas Montana is made up of more than 100 product lines, differentiated in acrylics, enamels and surface preparers for the architectural, industrial and wood markets. In addition, in a wide variety of presentations and colors.
The process of opening up to Latin America has meant an investment that amounts to USD 40 million.
Corimon’s factories generate more than 1,200 direct jobs and hundreds indirect, and the organization continuously executes social good programs for the communities surrounding its facilities.
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