Coren started its international expansion at the beginning of the 1990s with its arrival to Portugal. A distribution platform was firstly created in Oporto and in 1997, the second plant was inaugurated in Lisbon with capacity for product transformation and distribution in southern Portugal.
In the year 2000, the leap to Argentina was made with another distribution centre. As the decade was passing by, the company could be entering markets as diverse as Great Britain, Angola, Japan, Korea or Brazil.
Coren’s bet on internationalisation has allowed the cooperative having a wide presence of its products in markets all around the world. In fact, Coren’s product range can be sampled in over 50 countries in five continents. The group’s foreign turnover is more than 30% of the total.
Reaching new markets is still one of the Coren Group’s priorities. The company is focusing on facility and product homologation in order to adapt to each country’s requirements with the aim of spreading its international presence. Another of the pillars on which growth is based is the innovation with added value products, which are highly appreciated in foreign markets.
Pork, poultry, cattle, duck, eggs, hams and topsides, cold meats, preserved meat and canned food.
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