Conversiones San José (CSJ) is a pioneer in the Chilean automotive industry. With an illustrious history that spans three generations, CSJ sells non-traditional vehicles in the local and regional markets. Having reported record-breaking sales last year, the company has set its sights on expansion in Central and South America.
“Our vision is to be a leader in the industry. We know that Chile is a small market, so we need to grow and expand internationally,” CEO Enrique Allué stressed.
With operations existing in Panama and Peru, CSJ is venturing eastwards as part of its Conversiones San growth plans.
“I am inviting Japanese companies to help us and our way into Brazil,” Allué said.
CSJ is looking to 2017 with much optimism. Having obtained the first worldwide patent for BioGel-Coat, a copper nanoparticle covering system used in the walls of their vehicles, CSJ is determined to market the product globally through partnerships with similarly minded companies.
“When looking for partners, we’ve found that Japanese companies share our values and regard us highly as a family owned company,” said Allué.