Latin America. The Chilean company Virutex Ilko, which since 1994 has had a presence in Colombia initially intended only to market its imported products in the country, now went to the assembly of one of the largest plastic injection plant of the corporation and one of the largest exporters.
The move to the plant was initially given with a winery in Cali, then, in 2007 they bought a Bogota company of mops and brooms, and so they settled in the plant that had that company in Mosquera. Eleven years later they moved to the Cauca Free Trade Zone (located in Puerto Tejada), where they no longer only had the goal of serving the local market, but also of exporting.
As for the offer, it is worth noting that in the plant they manufacture sponges, cloths, mops and brushes, all with recycled plastic. Additionally, they produce all the plastic for the corporation and also some kitchen items.