May 13, 2015  Latin America

Henkel in Latin America

From Mexico to Argentina

Twelve countries, nearly 3,700 employees from five time zones, and four languages – this is Henkel in Latin America. The region is one of Henkel’s emerging markets, and achieved organic sales growth of 4.4 percent in 2014. Business development in Mexico was key to this growth, Oriol Bonaclocha, President of the Mexico Group, confirmed. “Our business in Mexico is growing steadily,” Bonaclocha said. “The international environment is complicated, but we have many aspects in our favor: recent acquisitions, investments in infrastructure, adequate plant capacities, and the expansion of our shared service center activities.”

Henkel in Latin America

Henkel operates in twelve countries in Latin America.

Henkel is active in twelve countries in Latin America, with local and international brands and technologies from the three business units Laundry & Home Care, Beauty Care und Adhesive Technologies. Brands from Henkel which can be found on the shelves in Mexico include Persil, Pril, Palette, Syoss, Dial, Pattex and Pritt.

Henkel has 13 production sites in Latin America which are divided into three subregions: the Mexico Group, which includes Mexico, Guatamala, Costa Rica, Jamaica, and the Dominican Republic; the Andean Region, which includes Colombia, Venezuela, Peru and Ecuador; and Henkel Mercosur, which includes Brazil, Argentina, and Chile.

Explore a few of Henkel’s sites in the Latin American region through these photos:

Henkel building in Santiago, Chile

Mountains are a scenic backdrop to the Henkel building in Santiago, Chile.

Henkel building in Ecatepec de Morelos, a suburb of Mexico City

Modern architecture makes for visually-appealing facilities at the Henkel building in Ecatepec de Morelos, a suburb of Mexico City.

Henkel Jundiaí, São Paulo, Brazil.

Flags from Henkel, Brazil, and Germany wave against a blue sky by Henkel’s industrial adhesives center in Jundiaí, São Paulo, Brazil.

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