Abcdin (AW-Beh-CEH-Deen) is a Chilean homewares chain. It was founded in 1950 as a subsidiary of Copec. Today, it is owned by Yaconí-Santa Cruz.
Alto del Carmen
Alto del Carmen is a brand of Chilean pisco owned by CAPEL. The brand takes its name from the locality of Alto del Carmen in Huasco Valley at the southern reaches of Atacama Desert, where pisco grapes are grown.
Banco de Chile
Banco de Chile, is a Chilean bank and financial services company with headquarters in Santiago. It is a commercial bank that provides a complete range of financial services to a client base, which includes large corporations, SMEs and private clients. As of December 31, 2012, Banco de Chile has a national network of 434 branches, 1,915 ATMs and other electronic channels of distribution.
Cencosud S.A. is a publicly traded multinational retail company. It's the largest retail company in Chile and the third largest listed retail company in Latin America, competing with the Brazilian Companhia Brasileira de Distribuição and the Mexican Walmart de México y Centroamérica as one of the largest retail companies in the region. The company has more than 1045 stores in Latin America.
Concha y Toro
Concha y Toro is the largest producer of wines from Latin America and is one of the global leaders in its field. It is headquartered in Santiago, Chile.
Empresa Nacional de Telecomunicaciones S.A. is the largest Chilean telecommunications company. The company is known for the 127 meter high Torre Entel that rises high above central Santiago and constitutes one of the city's landmarks.
Hipermercados Jumbo is a Chilean chain of hypermarkets operating in Chile, Argentina and in Colombia.
Kryzpo is a brand of potato snacks, similar to Pringles. The producer is Tresmontes Lucchetti S.A, in Casablanca between Valparaíso and San Antonio, Chile. They are exported to Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, Panama, Paraguay, Uruguay and Poland among others. The chips are made of dehydrated potatoes, vegetable oil and/or partially hydrogenated vegetable oil, maltodextrin, modified and unmodified potato starch, salt, emulsifier, dextrose, and silicon dioxide. The packaging consists of an upright tubular can with a foil interior, and a resealable plastic lid.
Kunstmann is a Chilean beer produced in Torobayo, Valdivia. The production began when the German-Chilean family Kunstmann started to brew for personal use in the 1990s, after Valdivia's main brewery Anwandter was destroyed by the 1960 Valdivia earthquake. Since 1997 the beer is sold to the public and today it can be found in most of Chile and is also exported to Germany, United States, Japan, New Zealand, Korea, Argentina and Brazil. Each year Kunstmann organizes the "Bierfest Kunstmann Valdivia" an event with typical German folk music and dance. Dance groups, music bands and sometimes even yodelers from Germany, Austria, Argentina and Brazil are usually invited to perform in the bierfest in addition to local groups. Students at Valdivia's German school, Instituto Alemán Carlos Anwandter, and personnel from Valdivia's German fire station usually collaborates with the event.
LATAM Airlines, formerly LAN Airlines S.A., is an airline based in Santiago, Chile, and is one of the founders of LATAM Airlines Group, Latin America's largest airline holding company. The main hub is Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport, with secondary hubs in El Dorado (Bogotá), Jorge Chávez (Lima), José Joaquín de Olmedo (Guayaquil) and Jorge Newbery airports.
París, formerly known as Almacenes París, is a chain of department stores in Chile, owned by multinational Cencosud.
Ripley S. A.
Ripley S. A. is a Chilean department store, financial services, and shopping malls management company. Ripley is headquartered in Santiago, Chile and also has operations in Peru, Argentina and Colombia.
Supermercados Santa Isabel
Supermercados Santa Isabel are a chain of supermarkets throughout Chile owned by Cencosud. The markets are an average of 1,500 square meters.
Sky Airline is an airline based at Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport in Santiago, Chile. It is the second largest airline in the country behind rival LATAM Airlines. It serves international routes to Argentina, Brazil, Peru and Uruguay. It operates under a semi-low cost model. Compared to other European or US low cost carriers, it has a smaller business model, lower wages for its employees, and lucrative regulatory requirements. It also operates charter flights in Chile and South America.
SONDA is a Chilean multinational IT company headquartered in Santiago, it is the biggest in the sector of Information technology (IT) in Latin America. Founded in 1974 in association with Copec. Its engaged in the provision of consultancy services and information technology (IT). The Company's services are structured in three divisions: IT Services, including IT outsourcing, systems integration projects, infrastructure support, professional services and consulting and BPO services; Applications, oriented to support its clients' business processes through own or third-party software; and Platforms, which provides platforms as a service through a network of regional alliances and partnerships, such as Cisco, Autodesk, EMC, HP, IBM, VCE, Microsoft, Oracle and VMware, among others.
Made in Chile. Certification
All the brands that have the “Made in Chile” label went through two-staged system of labelling in REC