New international milk processing company formed

The dairy cooperatives Dos Pinos de Costa Rica and COOLECHE of Panama have joined forces to create COOPROLAP, which will sell the product in Panama.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

The cooperatives, which expect to have half of the market for milk in Panama, will sell milk under their separate brand names, Dos Pinos and COOLECHE.
The milk will be processed in the new plant located in the community of La Victoria in the district of Boquerón, Panama.

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Panama: Investment in Attractive Dairy Market

November 2013

The Costa Rican cooperative Dos Pinos plans to reduce the deficit of 110 million liters of milk registered in the country where 300 million liters is consumed a year.

The Costa Rican firm plans to invest $5 million per year for the next five years as part of its market expansion strategy to position itself in the Panamanian dairy industry.

$5 Million for Milk Processing Plant

July 2009

Costa Rican Cooperative Dos Pinos and Panamanian Cooleche, will install a new plant in the Chiriquí Province, Panama.

The new plant will process quality milk at very high temperatures, allowing its conservation for a period of six to eight months.

Coopeleche president, Belisario Contreras, indicated that they are currently analyzing funding, and they expect the new plant to start operations in six months.

Dos Pinos in Panama since December

January 2009

After the Costa Rican Dos Pinos company and the Panama Diary Cooperative are joined up, the Dos Pinos brand will be produced, manufactured and sold in Panama.

According to pa-digital.com.pa:"The cost of the investment by COOPRALAC was $2 million; 51% of the shares belong to Dos Pinos and 49% to COOLECHE."

Costa Rican company's project 'could raise milk prices in Nicaragua'

July 2008

Plans by Costa Rica's Dos Pinos Cooperative to build a US$6 million dairy products plant in Nicaragua could lead to higher milk prices there, Nicaraguan companies claim.

Besides Nicaragua, Dos Pinos is planning projects in Guatemala and Panama because Costa Rica's milk production is not growing fast enough to meet demand.

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