Internationalization of TROPIC KIT, came from the hand of Proexport

It was in 2005 that the company managed to hand Proexport achieve that purpose, after an arduous strategy on health.

1It was in 2005 that the company managed to hand Proexport achieve that purpose, after an arduous strategy on health.
For the General Manager of the company, Lizeth Correa, the promotion agency has been very supportive. Working together, it allowed the company has grown 300% in production and sales since 2008. In addition, government agencies, trade fairs and the Interamerican Development Bank in the United States have supported him.

When countries like the United States, Canada, Spain, Dominican Republic, Panama, France, England, United Arab Emirates and South Korea, among other countries, have no food supply, especially in tropical fruits, the company exports their products.

Its products are strongly developed among every month year depending on the crop calendar for each product, and exported to markets especially in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia.

To remove a container of lemon or lime Tahiti acid for example, they have to store about 35 tons; of that number only 24 thousand are exported.

In 2007 they decided through maquila, process the fruit that remained in the holds or was back to the farmer. This is not wasted the remains.
The company collects fruits like Tahiti Lemon, Orange, Papaya, Melon, Pepper, Avocado, Guava Pink, Tomato, yams, cassava and plantain Verde.
Today, TROPICKIT, it is also concentrated on exporting fruit pulp, Dehydrated Fruits and Fruit Powdered.

Moreover, TROPICKIT also exports sugar Wits as Risaralda, Incauca and Riopaila, since many of their customers buying fruit pulp and juice industries requesting suppliers of sugar.

The company having close relationships with the mills, sugar added to the portfolio of export trading.

Since the economic crisis in Europe, the retailer is focusing on establishing contacts with people in Australia, Japan and China. They are opening export points in Ecuador, already they have in Mexico and now are in the process of opening an office in Miami with which hopes to expand coverage.



  +57 2 5526496
  Calle 5 # 46 - 83 Oficina 220 
    Centro comercial Paseo de la Quinta
    Cali | Valle del Cauca | Colombia

    Port Saint Lucie | Florida | USA
    Torreón | México 
    San Pedro de Sula | Honduras
    Santo Domingo | R. Dominicana 
    Santiago de Chile | Chile