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Carlos Cramer Aromaticos Opens New Plant in Brazil



Published September 11, 2007
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BRAZIL: Carlos Cramer Productos Aromáticos, a family-run flavor and fragrance company with operations in Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Paraguay and Colombia, opened a new plant in Brazil.

The latest move coincides with the acquisition last month of the fragrance operation of Cargill (formerly Degussa), giving the Santiago-based company a foothold in the competitive Brazilian market. Cramer started operating in a purpose-built facility in Araras, comprising of production and warehouse buildings along with laboratories for development and application.

Company director, Andrés Berndt, said the company’s main goal for 2007 is to achieve sales of $25 million, pointing to expected strong returns from Brazil, Peru and Venezuela.


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