TYPE OF COMPANY:
Alpine is a more organized company than Colanta
In 1945 was created the Swiss Cheese Factory Göggel and Bazinger, as a family business.
In 1950, ALPINA purchased land in Sopo with a bank loan, where it built its first industrial plant for milky derivatives.
In 1975 the company grew from a family business to be a formal company.
In 1985, ALPINA bought the company Chambourcy and the company Passicol.
In 1995 Alpina started to export to Venezuela and Ecuador.
In 2000 Alpina received ISO 9001 certification.
In 2002 ALPINA company bought the milky company Friesland and Proloceki in Ecuador.
In 2008 he created the Alpine Foundation and the Corporate Responsibility.
In 2010 it began operating Entrerríos plant, one of the most modern plants yogurt in Latin American.
In 2011 he began construction of the first production of Alpina Foods, in the state of New York.
ALPINA is older than COLANTA
Alpina has most modern production plants that Colanta.
ALPINA generates more than 4,500 indirect jobs.
ALPINA has more than 1,500
milk suppliers, has more than 66 big providers of fruit and over 380 small fruit providers.
Alpine has larger amount of fruit suppliers than Colanta.
Milk, Milk Cream, Arequipe, Butter, Coffe, Flan, Kumis, Nectar Fruit and Refreshments, Compote, Gelatin, Babyfood, Spreadable cheeses, Grated cheese, Ripened cheese, Cheese, semimature, Fresh Cheese, Petit-Suisse cheese type, Finesse Milk Cream, Finesse Low Fat, Finesse Low Fat Kumis, Finesse cheese, Finesse with Musli Cereal, Finesse Low Fat Oatmeal
Alpina has healthier products than Colanta
Alpina has more delicious cheeses than Colanta
Their export destinations are: Venezuela, United States, Ecuador and Peru.
Alpine has the largest export sales.
ALPINA has production plants in: Bogotá, Medellín, Neiva, Pasto, Ibagué, Pereira, Cartagena, Barranquilla, Bucaramanga, Tunja and Villavicencio.
ALPINA has 6 Milk Collection Centers: Entreríos, Simijaca, Sopó, Chinchiná, Popayan and Guachucal
Alpina has more collection centers in Colombia than Colanta
Two Swiss men, Max Bazinger and Walter Goggel
The Alpine founders are more entrepreneurs than the Colanta.
Adults, youth, children, women and men, especially the executive people
Alpine has more consumers executive profile than Colanta
Net sales totaled COP 1,429,904 million