CMPC (company)

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Empresas CMPC S.A.
Type Sociedad Anónima
Traded as BCS: CMPC
Industry Pulp and Paper
Founded 1920
Headquarters Santiago, Chile
Key people Eliodoro Matte, (Chairman)
Arturo Iniguez Mackenna, (CEO)
Revenue Decrease US$ 4.7 billion (2012)
Net income Decrease US$ 201.8 million (2012)
Employees 15,490
Website www.cmpc.cl

CMPC (Spanish: Compañía Manufacturra de Papeles y Cartones) is a Chilean pulp and paper company, being one of the biggest in Latin America. It is engaged in integrated forest industry, which operates as a holding company through four business centers: Forestry, Pulp, Paper and Paper Products, and Tissue. Each of these areas can function independently, being in the holding company for overall coordination and financial management of these businesses. Supplies, computer systems and other related administrative support, are centralized in CMPC SA Shared Services.


The company has operations in Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Colombia Mexico, Ecuador and Uruguay and its main competitors is Fibria - Brazil, Arauco - Chile, APRIL - Indonesia and Södra - Sweden.

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