Sunday, July 22, 2018

CUBA 1960 Chronology: Year of Agrarian Reform"

Below you will find a chronology of events in 1960 in Cuba. Although the information is significant, the importance is the way that events unfolded. This chronology has not been published before. I am the sole author of this document. Please do not use without attribution [write to me]. I hope you find the information useful.
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CUBA 1960 Chronology: Year of Agrarian Reform"
Jan 1 - Fidel Castro led a group of students in climbing the Sierra Maestra mountains to "renovate" the energies of the revolutionary movement, and to "begin" a new revolutionary struggle: that of agrarian reform."
The Peoples' Republic of China, expresses its "solidarity" with the Cuban government.
Jan. 6 - Fidel Castro states that one can be a Catholic and a
revolutionary and that counter-revolutionary views should not be permitted to hide behind religion.
Jan. 10 - State Department protests the takeover of some American companies without "adequate" cash compensation.
Jan. 11 - the Cuban government rejects the State Department's diplomatic note "because it lacked seriousness." In January i960, the Cuban NET GOLD RESERVES amounted to only $49.4 million dollars. Thus, even if the Cuban government wanted to pay cash compensation it could not afford to do so.
Jan. l4 - Vice-president Nixon declares that "Cuba will have to pay cash compensation or face the consequences."
Jan. 18 - Fidel Castro calls Vice President Nixon's statement "insolent and threatening."
Jan. 19 US Ambassador Philip Bonsal is recalled to Washington, D.C.
Jan. 20 - the US Secretary of State calls Castro's speech of Jan. 18 "insulting".
Jan. 21 - Fidel orders the Ambassador of Spain to leave the country immediate­ly after the ambassador stated over a TV program that the communists were attempting to destroy 'democracy' and 'Christianity' in Cuba.
Jan. 21 - The Soviet press agency Tass established a news agreement with Prensa Latina; each side provides would provide news analysis to the other, thus challenging the monopoly exercised by UPI and AP.
Jan. 22 The US ambassador to Cuba, the US President and members of the State Department discuss American policy toward Cuba.
Jan. 26 - The State Department issued a statement on US policy towards Cuba. It said the following: 1) the US adheres to the policy of NONINTERVEN­TION 2) The US does not approve of illegal acts originating in US territory against Cuba 3) The US views "with increasing concern" the speeches by Cuban authorities which create the "ILLUSION OF AGGRESSION" which does not facilitate good relations 4) The US government "recognizes the right of Cuba to pass any laws it deems necessary but believes Cuba is obligated to pay adequate, prompt, cash compensation" to foreigners.
Jan. 28 President Dwight Eisenhower states in public: " I should like only to add that the U.S. Government has confidence IN THE ABILITY OF THE CUBAN PEOPLE to recognize and defeat the intrigues of international communism in Cuba and the traditional and mutually beneficial friendship between the Cuban and American people."
Jan. 28 - Cuban President Osvaldo Dorticós declares that both sides (the governments of the U.S. and Cuba) have made mistakes and that Cuba is willing to negotiate all matters dealing with the U.S." The U.S. government did NOT reply to the Cuban initiative.
Jan. 28 Five sugar mills were burned in Camaguey province by counterrevolutionaries. Three sugar mills were burned in Oriente province.
Jan. 30 12,500 tons of sugar cane were burned as a US plane dropped white phosphorous on the fields.
Feb. 4 - Anastas Mikoyan Soviet Deputy Premier, arrived in Cuba heading a Russian industrial exposition which has traveled throughout the US and Mexico.
Feb. 5 The US government declined a Brazilian offer to mediate between Cuba and U.S.
Feb. 5 - US President asked the US Congress for special powers to cut the sugar quota to Cuba.
Feb. 6 - Fidel Castro opened the Soviet Industrial Exposition by noting the "great achievements" of the U.S.S.R.
Feb. 13 The Cuban government signed a trade agreement with the Soviet Union.
Feb. 14 President Eisenhower declared that the trade agreement with the Soviets could be interpreted as a Russian invasion of the US sphere of influence and a challenge to "hemispheric security"
Feb. 18 American citizen Robert E Forst died when flying an airplane that exploded in mid-air while going over Cuban territory (without permission).
Feb 20 Cuba government signed a commercial agreement with East Germany.
Feb. 22 - Cuban Foreign Minister personally delivered a diplomatic note to Washington expressing interest to renew conversations.
Feb. 23 - Fidel Castro in a speech calls on the United States government to abstain from any unilateral action that might destroy the relations between both nations. The State Department declares " it will negotiate but "without any conditions. That is, the US government would not agree on cutting the sugar quota or abstaining from cutting it. To the Cubans, this meant that the U.S. planned to cut the sugar quota.
March 4 Explosion of the- munitions ship La Coubre in Havana harbor, causing 70 deaths, over 2-- wounded.
All radio and television stations create a network to transmit all major government acts and speeches.
March 6 - Fidel Castro declared that it was possible that the CIA was behind the La Coubre explo­sion as a way of stopping Cuba from arming itself against any invasion.
March 7 - The US State Department publicly calls Castro's allegations "shocking and without foundations."
Mar. 9 The Havana liberal newspaper El Mundo was confiscated by the government.
March 11 US citizen arrested at Havana airport attempting to hijack an airplane
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March 13 - Fidel Castro sent a diplomatic message to the State Department saying that Cuba had no proof of American sabotage, but that Cuba had the "right to wonder whether those who want to destroy our revolution by economic means will stop short of other means."
March 14 The State Department declared in a position paper that the Cuban revolution seemed to have moved closer to communism. [At the time the Central Intelligence Agency had reports that contradicted the State Department]
March 16 - Law No. 757 established the Junta Central de Planificación (JUCEPLAN) with the mission to plan the economic development of the island.
March 17 THE U.S. PRESIDENT TELLS THE CIA TO BEGIN THE TRAINING OF CUBAN EXILES IN ORDER TO OVERTHROW CASTRO. [Note: the training of exiles actually began, at least, one month earlier]
March 18 - Brazil's government offers to mediate. The U.S. government turned down the offer again.
Mar. 19 - US Ambassador Philip Bonsal again returns to Cuba after having participated in discussions to plan the creation of an exile military force to invade the island.
March 21 - US Secretary of State at a press conference asserts that the Cuban government was dominated by Communist sympathizers.
March 22 H.L. Runoquist and Wm. Skergalen died after their small planes were shot in Cuban airspace. The two were involved in sabotaging sugar mills.
March 25 - Cuba protests the charges made by the Secretary of State (Two days previously the State Department announced that a new agency had been set up to control air flights of small planes in the southern US. But information had to be provided on a voluntary basis. Airplane sabotage from
US territory continued.)
March 27 - An elementary school for 800 students is established in the Sierra Maestra in memory of Jose A. Antonio Echeverria (who died on March 13, 1957, during the attack of the Presidential Palace).
March 31 Cuban government signed a commercial agreement with Poland.
April 8 In a letter to the Federation of Chilean University students, President Eisenhower accused Fidel Castro of BETRAYING THE IDEALS OF THE CUBAN REVOLUTION.
Apr. 9 Fidel Castro stated at a press conference that the American president, a reactionary, has no right whatever to judge the Cuban revolution for that is an internal matter that concerns only Cubans.
Apr. 18 Nicaragua government breaks diplomatic relations with Cuba. [At the time the CIA began preparations for the training of Cuban exiles there].
Apr. 19 President Osvaldo Dorticós refutes President Eisenhower and asks him why he was not concerned with the destiny of Cuba when Batista ruled as a ruthless dictator. "Where was Mr. Eisenhower when napalm was dropped on
Cuban peasants? Where was Mr. Eisenhower when the press was not allowed to express its views?" Dorticos denounced the US government for putting pressure on Cuba in order to defeat the country's hopes for social justice.
The first Soviet oil tanker arrived to Havana.
Apr. 20 The State Department in a public statement called the Cuban government a "dictatorship."
Apr. 21 Fidel Castro answered the State Department by noting that almost everyone on the island supported the government and that the problem was that the U.S. government only represented the interests of the minority: "To
them, democracy is to respect the interests of a minority. Dictatorship, to them, is to defend the needs and demands of the majority of the people."
Apr. 22 Honduras broke relations with Cuba.
Apr. 25 The Cuban Foreign Minister charges that the CIA HAS BEGUN THE TRAINING OF EXILES IN GUATEMALA. (This was true.)
Establishment of the Banco de Comercio Exterior which becomes the only exporter and importer of goods. The state begins to control foreign trade.
Apr. 28 - Guatemalan government denied any military training was taking place and ended diplomatic relations with Cuba. [The Guatemalan government lied].
May 1 Fidel Castro charged the US government with recruiting counterrevolutionaries to overthrow the revolutionary government. At the time the CIA had organized, funded and coordinated the Frente Revolucionario Democratico en el Exilio - made up of 5 exile groups: the Movimiento de
Recuperación Revolucionario (middle class, Havana based, Catholic); Rescate Revolucionario (some old Autánticos); Democratico Cubano (small Christian demo­cratic group, young); the Asociacion Montecristi (anti-communist
a profession­al group, closely connected to the Autánticos); and the Frente Nacional Triple A and the CIA (a split-off from the Autánticos). [Note: The old Ortodoxos were not as involved in this effort].
May 5 The headquarters of the University Students Federation at the University of Habana was blown up by a huge bomb placed by counter-revolutionaries.
May 6 - Jacques Monard [Ramón Mercader - a Spaniard] - the man who killed Leon Trotsky in Mexico, arrived in Havana after more than 20 years in prison. the Mexican President, Adolfo Lopez Mateos, at the time, was a CIA asset.
May 8 Diplomatic relations between Cuba and the USSR were formally established.
May 12 Ernest Duke, American pilot, shot over the city of Havana as he was dropping incendiary bombs.
May 13 The workers of the pro-Francisco Franco newspaper Diario de la Marina refuse to print the newspaper after an editorial openly supported the US position against the revolutionary regime. The 100 years old Spanish conservative newspaper was closed. Its facilities were to be used to print literary classics and children's books. The paper was symbolically "buried" by thousands of Cubans. In 1895 the paper celebrated the death of José Martí.
May 16 Cuba and Czechoslovakia established diplomatic relations. The same day the Catholic Church in Havana issued a pastoral letter declaring that communism was at "doorstep." [Meaning the doorstep of the United States].
May 28 - All economic and military aid to Cuba was cancelled by the U .S. government.
June 1- First Cuban delegation arrived in Moscow. The USSR announces the selling of oil to Cuba.
June 6- Foreign oil companies in the island informed the Cuban government that they do not intend to refine Soviet crude oil.
June 6 The U.S. State Department again called the Cuban revolution "communist."
June 6- Paraguay broke diplomatic relations with Cuba.
June 9 - Fidel Castro declared in a speech that the U.S. government was "paving the way for a military invasion by calling the revolution 'communist."
June 11- Cuban government orders foreign oil refineries to process state oil purchased from the USSR. (A clarification note: On May 17 the National Bank of Cuba, run by Che Guevara at the time, sent each US oil company in
Cuba a letter. The letter informed them that the trade agreement reached with the Russians involved the exchange of Cuban sugar for Russian crude oil. The letter went on to state that the US refineries in Cuba could still buy some of their supplies abroad but that 300,000 tons of Russian crude oil would be furnished to them since it would save Cuban capital. In other words, oil refineries had to BUY some oil from the Cuban state at the CHEAPER rate than what they paid to their own subsidiaries. But by June 11, the companies REFUSED to refine the crude oil.
June 15 Two FBI agents and US embassy employees were arrested at a private home accused of conspiring against the Cuban government. All were declared persona non grata and sent to the United States.
June 27- Fidel Castro at a speech states that "whomever 1s anti-communist is, by definition, a counterrevolutionary."
June 28 U.S. refineries in Cuba were asked to refine the Soviet oil and once again refused to do so.
July 1 - The Cuban State "intervenes" all US and British oil refineries. ('Intervention" is NOT confiscation. It means that the state takes over the administrative aspect of the enterprise but the company remains private. The profits still go the private owners.)
July 5 - THE U.S. PRESIDENT CUTS THE QUOTA OF SUGAR ALLOTED TO CUBA FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR. That is, Cuba can not sell 700,000 tons of sugar to the
United States.
José Miró Cardona, former Prime Minister of the revolutionary government, seeks asylum in the Argentine Embassy.
July 6 - Cuban government issued Nationalization Law, giving the Cuban state the power to take over all foreign, including American assets.
July 8 - Fidel Castro calls the cutting the sugar quota an act of "economic aggression. " He promised that the revolutionary regime would take over all US property on the island if Cuba permanently lost its share of the quota.
July 9 - the USSR agrees to buy whatever Cuban sugar the U. S. refused to buy.
July 10 - At a mass meeting outside the Presidential Palace, Che Guevara thanks the USSR and declares that "Cuba is a glorious island in the center of the Caribbean, defended the rockets of the greatest power in history."
July 17 - Havana Cathedral holds mass "to remember all the victims of communism."
July 25 First commercial treaty between China and Cuba was signed.
July 26 - Fidel Castro states that the Andes will be the future Sierra Maestra of Latin America. He states that the conditions for social revolution are also present in Latin America.
July 30 - The First Latin American Youth Congress held in Havana. Student activists from the hemisphere met in the island.
August 6 - Cuban government nationalized 36 sugar mills, the Telephone Company, all property of US capital. These properties amounted to $800 million.
August 7 - Catholic Church issues another pastoral letter denouncing communism Cuba.
Aug. 15 - The Organization of American States at a meeting in Costa Rica issues a declaration condemning Cuba for its radicalism, the takeover of foreign property and charged that Cuba was controlled by international communism. The statement was prepared by the United States government.
Aug. 16 Cuba celebrates the anniversary of the death of Eduardo Chibás.
Aug. 17 - Arrival of first Soviet Ambassador to Cuba.
September 2 - The Cuban revolutionary government calls the biggest rally ever held in the country. The rally is in answer to the OAS declaration. The Cuban revolutionaries issue a counter document, known as the First Declaration of Havana.
September 3 - The government of Taiwan broke relations with Cuba as Havana established formal diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China.
September 4 - Cuban government withdrew from the Inter-American Defense Treaty and also from the Military Pact it had with the United States.
September 8 - Three US embassy personnel are declared persona non grata for engaging in counter-revolutionary activities and expelled.
Sept. 14 - Fidel Castro arrived in New York to attend the 15th Assembly of the United Nations. There he denounces the US for preparing a military invasion of Cuba. The US delegate denied the charges.
Sept. 15 - Cuban private corporations began a lockout/boycott of the government, hoping to overthrow it. But the government confiscates their holdings instead.
Sept. 16 - Cuba and Hungary established diplomatic relations.
Sept. 17 - All U.S. banks are nationalized in Cuba.
Sept. 18 - Ernesto Che Guevara announced that Cuba has received weapons from Czechoslovakia.
Sept. 26 - Fidel Castro delivers an historic speech before the General Assembly of the United Nations. He enumerated all the economic and military aggressions committed against Cuba since 1959. He also defined his political and social program, announcing that by 1961 Cuba will eradicate illiteracy. He demanded US withdrawal from Guantanamo Base and urged the US government to leave behind it the "philosophy of war and plunder."
The same day Soviet weapons began to arrive in Cuba.
Sept. 28 - Fidel Castro returns to Havana and gives a speech about his trip to the U.N. While he speaks at Revolution Square [Plaza de la Revolución], several bombs explode. The idea occurs to him during the speech to create some institution to defend the revolution against the reactionaries, so the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution are formed. [Note a similar measure was taken by the French revolutionaries under Maximilien Robespierre in 1791]
October 6 - Four US citizens apparently working for the Us government landed in the north coast of Cuba and were captured and imprisoned.
Oct. 7 - Cuba and Bulgaria established commercial relations.
Oct. 11 - U.S. citizen captured in Escambray mountains, he was part of a counterrevolutionary guerrilla group.
Oct. 13 - All Cuban and foreign banks nationalized. (The Canadian banks were purchased.) 182 foreign enterprises were confiscated. Thus by mid-October, a large portion of the means of production was already under state control. (376 Cuban enterprises were nationalized too).
Oct. 14 - Urban Reform Law establishes that all dwellings then rented will become state property, although owners will keep receiving rents until they die. People paying rent will end up as owners (rents became amortization payments).
Oct. 19 - the US PROHIBITS THE SHIPMENT OF ALL GOODS TO CUBA, medicine excepted.
Oct. 20 - any US property remaining in Cuba was nationalized.
Oct. 21 - the Association of Rebel Youth was created. (Later it will become the youth section of the Communist Party.)
Oct. 21 US Ambassador Bonsal was recalled to the U.S. Bonsal never returned.
Oct. 26 - Cuba and Rumania established diplomatic relations.
Oct. 28 - Che Guevara left Cuba for a commercial and diplomatic tour of the USSR, Eastern Europe and China.
Nov. 7 - 700 Russian technicians arrived to Cuba.
Nov. 12 - Major Rolando Cubela, head of the Federation of University students, in a public speech charges the Catholic Church with having "esbirros con sotanas" (i.e. torturers passing as priests) within its ranks. [Years later Cubela will be known as AMLASH - a covert CIA agent within the
Cuban government. Cubela was a member of the Directorio Revolucionario that fought against Fulgencio Batista. He was NOT a member of the 26th of July Movement. After 1959 he did not play a significant role in the revolutionary regime].
Nov. l4 - The C.I.A. charges that at least 12 Russian ships have unloaded weapons in Cuba since July 1960.
Nov. 16 - The Cuban government puts on trial American mercenaries that had been captured since 1959.
Nov. 22 - The People's Republic of China agrees to send 600 technicians to organize agricultural cooperatives.
Nov. 30 - China promises to purchase one million tons of sugar in 1961 and grants Cuba a credit worth $60 million for a five year period
Dec. 2 - Cuba and North Vietnam established diplomatic and commercial relations.
Dec. 15 - Cuba and Albania established diplomatic ties.
Dec. 16 - President Eisenhower cancels the Cuban sugar quota for 1961.
Dec. 17 - Cuba and Hungary established relations.
Dec. 20 - Che Guevara announces to the Cuban people a large industrialization program that he said would make the country an industrial nation in ten years.
Dec. 23 - All major newspapers had been confiscated by then.
Dec. 27 - The Ambassador of the People's Republic of China arrives in Havana.
Dec. 30 - Peru broke diplomatic and commercial relations with Cuba.
NOTE -- Throughout December, all military forces in Cuba were placed at readiness expecting an invasion from the U.S.- believed to be imminent. This was the end of Eisenhower administration. The Kennedy administration would come to office in January 1961. The Cuban government assumed that during the transition there might be a military invasion since the Central Intelligence Agency was training Cuban exiles in Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.

Sunday, September 07, 2014

La Cachita Y El Ché: Patron Saints Of Revolutionary Cuba

 

September 8, 2014

By Nelson P. Valdés as told to Nan Elsasser* in 1989

They are an unlikely duo: she is self-centered and he is self-sacrificing.
She likes to dance; he thinks it’s a waste of time. She is a hedonist; he is
a fervent Marxist. She is originally from Africa; he was born in Argentina.
About all they have in common is striking good looks and the love and
adoration of the Cuban people who have adopted them.

Official Cuba lionizes Ché Guevara, the hero who fought his way to power by
Fidel Castro’s side and was killed by government soldiers in Bolivia. When
Cuban soldiers return from supporting the Marxist regime in Angola, they are
awarded medals for following “el camino del Ché” (the path of Ché). Yet
within a few days of receiving their medals, the same soldiers will visit
Cachita’s shrine and leave their medals among the gifts of her devotees.

Cuba’s political, economic, and cultural life rests significantly on a shaky
compromise between the values represented by Cachita and Ché.

The Santuario/Basilica of Caridad del Cobre, called Cachita, the patron
saint of Cuba, is 12 miles west of the city of Santiago, over 400 kilometers
east of the Museo de La Revolución in Havana. It is at the Ermita, as well
as at the museum, that the rich history of revolutionary Cuba is on
display, flickering in the shadows of votive candles. In the half-light of
the tiny flames is the vial of hometown dirt that orbited the planet with
Comandante Tamayo, the first and only Cuban astronaut; gold, silver, and
bronze medals from the recent Pan American games in Indianapolis; and
petitions from Fidel’s mother from the days when her son was fighting in the
sierra nearby. Side by side with these artifacts of national unity and
revolutionary sacrifice are letters requesting a new car or a bigger
apartment, and the traditional honey and cigar left in exchange for good
sex.

In this small island nation, the fact that young communist
internacionalistas, the spiritual heirs of Ché, pay homage to a virgin from
Spanish colonial times surprises no one. Nor does the fact that Caridad,
alleged mother of God, most sacred of Catholic icons, bears the decidedly
unholy nickname of “Cachita,” central character of a popular song that
choruses: “Cachita está alborotá, ahora baila el cha cha chá (Cachita is
wild now she’s dancing the cha cha cha).”

Caridad del Cobre is not what she appears to be. And hundreds of thousands
of Cubans know the truth: Cachita Caridad del Cobre is neither Catholic,
Spanish, nor white. She is Oshún, the mulatto goddess of pleasure. An
African hedonist masquerading as a Spanish saint, a Catholic shrine in a
communist country, consumerist dreams in a revolutionary setting – Caridad
del Cobre epitomizes the contradictions and combinations of Cuban life. In
the past and in the present, Cubans have learned to live comfortably with
the combination of power politics and mystical imagery.

In a country accustomed to signs from the other world, it was logical, for
example, that Fulgencio Batista chose December 31 [rather than January 1st]
to abandon power and flee to the Dominican Republic. For Cubans, it is
essential to leave the old year’s problems behind before a new year begins.
On the last day of December housewives all over Cuba “se hacen la limpieza”;
they throw a bucket of water on the floor of the innermost room and sweep it
through the house and out the front door, pushing evil spirits along with
the dirty water. If Batista had remained, he would have been burdened
throughout the coming year with the bad karma of his defeat.

Nor were Habaneros surprised when a relatively unknown Fidel Castro
descended from the mountains of Oriente. Since Spaniards first landed in
Cuba with boatloads of human cargo in the early 1500s, the easternmost
province has been a refuge for those escaping tyranny. For the past three
hundred years, Santiago and the mountains that surround it have been the
actual and symbolic home of freedom. a cradle of rebellion, and the
preferred territory of the African gods called santos. In Oriente, where
Santería (the worship of African gods with the names of Catholic saints) is
the dominant religion, everyone understood when Fidel came down from the
mountain and told the assembled masses, ” . .I do not speak in my name. I
speak in the name of the thousands and thousands … who made victory
possible. I speak in the name of our dead … This time the dead will
continue to be in command.” It does not really matter that Castro was
probably expressing his heartfelt commitment to those who died in the
struggle to overturn Batista.

To believers, those words, like the white eleke (necklace) he wore around
his neck, were a sure sign that the gods were speaking through Fidel. Any
doubts were dispelled on January 8, when Fidel first entered Havana and
addressed the Cuban nation. I remember that day, because my family owned the
only TV on the block. Everyone in the neighborhood was either in our living
room, standing in the doorway, or looking in through the front window. We
were all listening to Fidel with one ear and to a neighbor with the other.
Until, seemingly from nowhere, three doves appeared and, illuminated by
television lights, circled Camp Columbia where Fidel was speaking. As if on
cue, one landed on the podium, and all of Cuba went silent. When the second
dove perched on Fidel’s shoulder, people gasped, then began chanting,
“Fi-del. Fi-del.” Over the years, many interpretations of this phenomenon
have circulated. The New York Times said the dove symbolized the dawn of
peace in a troubled land; the conservative Cuban press claimed the Holy
Spirit had blessed the revolution. Both missed the mark because, appearances
notwithstanding, neither Catholic nor Marxist-Leninist interpretations of
reality have deep roots in Cuba. Behind the icons and the anti-imperialist
billboards beat Santería drums.

Originally, Santería was a new world synthesis of various animist religions
from southwest Nigeria. When threatened by Spanish slave owners for
practicing heathen rites, African slaves clothed their beliefs in the
protective coloring of
Catholicism, and a new synthesis occurred. Today, the two religions share
the same altars, the same images, sacred dates, and even prayers. In January
1988, Jaime Ortega, the archbishop of Havana visited the chapel of Santa
Barbara in nearby Guines (reputed to be a “bewitched” town). He was moved by
the profound devotion be observed, which be chose to interpret as a
manifestation of strong Catholic faith. But this chapel is maintained by
santeros, not priests. And while the forms of these two religions overlap,
the content does not. The eighty-year-old mayordomo who cleans and protects
the church will tell you that the real power dwells behind the statue of
Santa Barbara in the otá, or sacred stone of Changó. What distinguishes otá
from other stones is that sacred stones are alive. They grow up and have
children, assuring worshippers of a steady supply of supernatural energy.

The otá is not the only difference between Catholicism and Santería.
According to santero theology, Olofi created the universe. Initially, his
creation was immobile, but soon, bored with the static cosmos, be added
plants, animals, flowers, seas, clouds, rain, human beings, and more than
three hundred male and female gods called orishas. Each orisha, or santo,
bears both an African Yoruba name and a Catholic name, as well as unique
personalities and powers. Obatalá, for example, is unimpressed by money.
Oshún, on the other hand, adores it, although she prefers a good party.
Elegguá alone determines the future. What he predicts cannot be forestalled
by man, woman, or other gods.

Unfortunately, by populating the heavens with so many strong characters,
Olofi had also created interminable wrangling. Tired of endless conflict, he
chose Obatalá to rule over other gods and human beings, who were also
behaving poorly. Obatalá, who speaks through Fidel, is the leader, the god
of thinking and consciousness. He is also the god of justice.

In Santería, both men and women serve as santeros. Over them are the
babalawos, who have the power to make animal sacrifices, initiate believers
into the religion and read the future with the Ifá oracle or with the eight
largest pieces of a smashed coconut shell. Although there is a titular
“king” of babalawos, he lacks the theocratic and administrative control of a
Catholic pope. There are no “Thou shalt nots” that apply to all in Santeria.
Believers do not attain salvation through good works and a pure heart. They
get what they want in direct proportion to the adequacy of their offerings
and following what your orisha expects.

The santos communicate their feelings via the orishas, or supernatural
messengers. White doves are the messengers of Obatalá, the right-hand man of
the god of all creation. Thus when the bird landed on Fidel, everyone
watching knew that Castro was blessed; he was El Elegido (The Chosen One).
Since then, Fidel bas been called El Caballo (the Horse), the term used to
designate someone whom an orisha has mounted and possessed.

On January 8, 1989, thirty years after the triumph of the Cuban revolution,
Fidel spoke once again from Camp Columbia, and once again a white dove
perched on his shoulder. He spoke of sacrifice, commitment, and hard work,
and he invoked the spirit of Ché. But masses of Cubans attending the annual
event saw and heard the spirit of Obatalá – whether the dove, like the site,
was orchestrated, is irrelevant. What is important is the continuing
influence of Santería on Cuban popular culture, and, consequently, on
political life. Contemporary Cuban values are rooted in a past without hope.
Africans who had been seized and transported in chains across an ocean,
deprived of family, land, and language, had little incentive to believe in
their power to shape the future. Unlike Pilgrims, Puritans, and even
indentured servants, their futures were determined by the whims of a slave
master. In this despondent milieu, Santería was born and flourished. And in
times, led to revolts. A stepchild of medieval Catholicism and African
polytheism, Santería is the antithesis of Calvinism.

The descendants of slaves and landless peasants were convinced by the slave
plantation that material and spiritual well-being is not the reward for hard
work and clean living. Three hundred years of experience taught them that
happiness is fleeting and often achieved only at someone else’s expense.
Whether you acquire a new house or lose the one you already have, whether
the sugar content of cane is high or low, whether the economy prospers or
stagnates, depends not on budgeting, technology, or international banking
policies; it is in the hands of a pantheon of capricious gods. The Cuban
revolution has attempted to change that.

When Oshún asks for a sacrifice, she expects you to kill a pigeon; she is
unimpressed by Ché’s sacrifice, the kind where you die fighting
imperialists. Nor is she impressed by a capitalist working others or himself
to death, accumulating money for the benefit of generations down the road. A
people who worship the goddess of sex, lover of gold, and patron of parties
is not a people favorably disposed to endure the hardships required to
surmount economic dependency and construct socialism. Yet, Santería has
taught endurance.

No one knows this better than Fidel Castro. For thirty years, Fidel, chief
apostle of revolutionary sacrifice, has dedicated himself to transforming
the ideology of the Cuban people; for thirty years he bas exhorted his
people to scorn the siren Cachita for the selfless Ché.

As perestroika rolled across the former Soviet Union and much of eastern
Europe, Fidel pushed “rectification” – a return to asceticism, voluntarism,
and collectivism. Political pundits interpreted Fidel’s endless sermons as a
direct challenge to Gorbachev’s neo capitalist policies. But Castro’s devil
was not Russian; she was/is a happy-go-lucky, mulatto goddess who cha-chas
to the name of Cachita. In a 1979 speech, Castro said, ” .. the most
powerful weapon … is an ethic, a consciousness, a sense of duty, a sense
of organization, discipline, and responsibility.”

Castro knows that to bring prosperity and socialism to an underdeveloped
society, he must provide Cuban citizens with a revolutionary version of the
Protestant ethic. He has to make people believe in their power to shape
their individual and collective futures. They must have faith that in their
labor lies the foundation for the future. In other words, they must emulate
Ché, a man who gave everything and asked nothing in return, a guerrilla who
believed devoutly in his ability to shape the forces of history by sheer
willpower. To this end, whenever children in the Young Pioneers (a Cuban
version of the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. organized by the Communist Party)
set off to work in the fields or march in a parade, they raise their right
band and pledge, “Seremos como el Ché (We will be like Ché).’

Ironically, the same government which expends tremendous energy inculcating
revolutionary values has inadvertently enhanced the power and prestige of
Santería. When Castro assumed control of Cuba, be did not exhort the poor to
construct socialism through voluntary labor. As the bourgeoisie fled, the
revolutionaries seized their assets and distributed them among their former
servants, prompting the poet Nicolás Guillén, to write: “Te lo prometió
Martí y Fidel te lo cumplió.” (What Martí – hero of the Cuban war for
independence – promised, Fidel delivered).

In Santeria, promesa is a contract with a god-if you make an adequate
offering, your petition is granted. This unexpected bonanza reinforced many
people’s belief in magic. According to the First Party Congress in 1975,
Santería was permissible as folklore, a relic of an ignorant past. When
religious superstitions failed to wither away, the ever-pragmatic Castro did
more than recognize them: he permitted a national association of babalawos,
invited the Nigerian king of all santeros for a visit and promised to build
a temple and hold a national congress of santeros. In the interim, Santería
benefited from the revolutionary leadership’s confrontations with the
Catholic Church. As the authority of recognized “official” religion was
curtailed then, the influence of Santería expanded to fill the vacuum.

Finally, Santería’s prestige was augmented by the mass movement of Cuban
troops and technicians to Africa, where religions similar to Santería are
practiced openly. More than 200,000 Cubans have visited the motherland over
the last ten years. This re-acquaintance, instigated by the government, has
made it more difficult to repress African-inspired religions.

Castro is not unaware of the extraordinary convergence between Santería and
revolutionary holy days, nor is he above manipulating their significance.
January 1, the day of El Triunfo, is also Elegguá’s day. July 26, officially
commemorated as the commencement of the struggle against Batista, is also
celebrated as the day of St. Ann, mother of Mary, who, as any Cuban can tell
you, is really the benevolent Nana Burukú, goddess of Justice and mother of
Babalú-ayé. No one knows if it is coincidence or foresight that the red and
black of the 26th of July Movement happened to be the colors of this
powerful goddess.

But relying on signs from the gods is risky business. In 1987, the Ifa
Oracle, the annual prediction for the new year, announced that Castro would
die unless the Yoruba “king of kings; , the “great Oni” of babalawos,
traveled to Cuba and kissed the ground. The revolutionary government duly
issued the invitation, and a picture of the great Oni arriving at the José
Martí Airport in Havana graced the front page of Granma, the newspaper of
the Communist Party. Reportedly, the Nigerian kissed the ground. Fidel did
not die. And neither has Santería. Contemporary Cuban politics is the child
of an unlikely marriage. The children of the revolution admire Ché, their
handsome, idealistic leader; they worship Cachita, their beautiful,
fun-loving mother, and they hope to grow up to be both.

*Nan Elsasser is a free-lance writer and has lived and taught in the Caribbean.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

INTERVIEW WITH NELSON VALDÉS ABOUT THE 1930s and 1940s in Cuban Politics

 

by Ned Sublette
[[Interview conducted on February 18, 2004 by Ned Sublette of Afro-Pop  Worldwide]]


Ned Sublette: We're going to be talking today about a period that does not receive as much attention as perhaps it ought to when people look at Cuban history. There's a lot of material about 1959, and there's a lot of material about the Spanish-American war, but it seems to me like the '30s were less studied. Would you agree with that?

Nelson Valdés: Yes, that's certainly the case.

NS: And it seems to me like it's a very interesting and a key period to understand in Cuban history, if you want to understand what happened after that.

NV: For Cuba, anyway, the twentieth century in a sense begins in 1898, when the U.S. takes over the island, so the period from 1898 to 1933 is the most extraordinary period in the history of  the island, in the sense of the most profound and dramatic and quite radical changes that took place at that moment.

NS: Could you explain what was this turmoil that shook Cuba in the early 30s? What happened?

NV: I think there are two different things to consider if we begin with the base point that by August and September 1933 a revolutionary upheaval brings to power a revolutionary government  that will last one hundred days, from September 1933 to early January 1934. How did that come about? And I  think there are two things to consider.

One is the precipitant, that which sort of sparks this major revolutionary insurrection, and that of course is related to the Depression, which began in 1929, and Cuba of course had a
huge unemployment by 1933, a regime that was led by what we now would call neoliberals, who had a policy basically of  free trade, laissez-faire, the state does not intervene, sort of what like you had in the U.S. at the same time. And of  course, whatever the upheaval was in the U.S., it was multiplied by a hundred in Cuba. So you had very high unemployment and all kinds of social dislocations going on because of the Depression. And there is a sergeants' revolt – the  first in the history of Latin America - in which noncommissioned officers revolt against their officers and put a number of  civilians in power. Now that is the event, but one has to actually be aware of what was happening in Cuba between 1898 and the time of the Depression. And first is, of course, a frustrated nationalism. The Cubans had been fighting for independence. Spanish colonial  rule ended in 1898, but the U.S. then seized and took over the island, and remade Cuba, in a sense, by changing  everything from the language that those in power used, to changing the legislation, the property relations, even the
very definition of what was beautiful and what was desirable in terms of clothing, and so forth. So you had a  society that was going through major radical changes imposed from above by U.S. economic, political, and military power,  and now there is an upheaval from below by 1933 reacting to the old institutions that the U.S. had created in the neo colony of Cuba at the time. So I think it's these two very long-term processes as well as the precipitant of the  Depression and the Sergeants' Revolt that brings about that revolutionary government in 1933.

NS: Cuba was in a state of near civil war for quite some time prior to the Sergeants' Revolt, no?

NV: Yes, the U.S. had intervened on three different occasions in the island.  In 1912 you had a very serious and bloody repression of the black population, and in fact it's called a race war, when the black population and mulattoes, who had not gained anything as a consequence of the neocolonial status that  Cuba had achieved after 1898, created an independent Party of Color, as they called it, in which they were  going to articulate the needs and demands of the black population. And it was repressed by military force, and
of course all the racist fears and so forth that had been in Cuba, because it was a plantation economy based on black slave labor until 1886, all those fears of course now were exploited in order to make sure that that  population did not challenge the power structure.

And there had been numerous other revolts in which Liberals and  Conservatives, in or out of power, tried to use the U.S., I may add, in order to preserve the control - or the control that they were allowed to have by the U.S. So you have a lot of social upheaval. The Spanish former ruling class that had been removed from power, many of those people remained. A black population, high unemployment, a situation in which  something similar to the so-called enclosures in England, when the communal lands were taken by corporate  foreign interest - all this created a lot of social disequilibrium within rural Cuba. And of course, rapid urbanization,  this is happening as well, the emergence of labor unions, led either by Anarchists -- that's before the  1920s, and from the 1920s on, by the Cuban Communist Party, which was, I may add, by 1933, perhaps with the  exception of the Mexican one, the most organized and well-developed, and quite a functional and effective political force in Cuba.

NS: Can you explain to me how the Cuban Communist Party got started? What its beginnings were? Was it formed at the behest of the Comintern like some of the other Latin American Communist parties?

NV: Well, the source, the roots, of the Cuban Communist Party, have to be traced first of all to the Europeans who had migrated to Cuba, particularly at the beginning of the 20th century.  Although most of them were Anarchists, you have quite a few who were Marxists. Of course, you have to take into account  as well, in terms of the radical milieu in Cuban politics, the Mexican Revolution in 1910-1911, so that by the time  the Russian Revolution occurs in 1917, you do have in Cuba already that impact of the Mexican revolutionaries and what  they have been doing in Mexico.

So the source for what will become the Cuban Communist Party is Cuban nationalism on the one hand, the labor movement on the other, particularly labor unions, the influence of the Mexican  Revolution, and of course, by 1921, four years after the Russian Revolution began, the establishment of the Communist  International, the Comintern, which indeed fostered the creation of Communist parties throughout Latin America. But the  Communist Party as such, the first cells are established in 1923, the Party is formally created in 1925, with Eastern  European leaders, with some black labor leaders, as well as Cuban intellectuals, particularly from the city of  Havana. And yes, they were from the very beginning very much identified with the Comintern and with the so-called "21  conditions" to be a member of the Communist International. One of those conditions was of course to identify the Soviet Union as the home of the socialist revolution, since it had been the first country that was seized  and taken over by the Communist Party.

NS: Now, it's my understanding that the Comintern was a creation of Lenin, and Stalin was much less interested in it, and by 1925 Stalin was already in power. How did the change in the  Soviet attitude toward the move toward "Socialism in one country," as Stalin called it, affect the Cuban  Communists?

NV: Well, oftentimes the history of the Communist International is divided into what is called the first, second, third and fourth periods. By the time that Stalin is in power and
controls the central committee of the Communist Party, Lenin is dead, Trotsky is going into exile, so we get  between 1928 and 1937 what is referred to as the third period of the Communist International. Which is kind of  interesting, because just as the Depression hit
in 1929, the Communist International took the position - and Stalin of  course was in charge of this, just as the development of the building of socialism in one country - the crisis of
worldwide capitalism was such that it was considered - and keep in mind that at the time you do have the emergence of  Fascist parties throughout Europe, precisely with the Depression as well - that the Communist International  began to define the situation as one in which
one had to make a choice, either with Fascism or with Communism. So the third period essentially tended to portray the situation of politics in almost any country as being essentially the same, and that is: this is the moment for Communists to seize power, and to do so without any kind of coalition  politics. So by '29 and '30, and certainly when the 1933 revolution occurred in Cuba, social democrats were  seen by the Communist party worldwide, but in Cuba as well, as if they were social fascists. So the '33 revolution in
Cuba, from September to '34, is interesting in the sense that the civilians who will be in power will be in  fact dealing with three enemies at the same time: (1) the U.S., (2) the new Cuban military that just seized  authority and handed over power to the politicians but who will end up making an alliance with the U.S., and  (thirdly) the Communist Party, which in fact is taking over at that time because of their strength in the labor movement,
and particularly in sugar mills, in the industrial sugar working class, they are taking over the sugar mills and  creating soviets, so Cuba had soviets in 1933. And so this is a period during which the Communist Party certainly  later on will define their own role as being somewhat sectarian, and it is from that moment, from  33 on, that you will see that the Communist Party of Cuba and the social democrats of Cuba, being the Auténticos, as they were called,
or later on the Ortodoxos, were very anti-Communist. And it goes back to that clash that they had during this  period. Which is, in a sense, a reproduction of the very clash that was taking place, for example, in  Germany about the same time, between the Communist Party that saw the German Social Democrats as Social Fascists.

NS: Now, as I understand it, bombs were going off pretty much every day in Havana, certainly in 1933 prior to the September Revolution. That it had become a very unsafe place, and even after  the hundred day revolution, that there continued to be a great deal of civil turmoil until 1935.

NV: That's correct. Actually that turmoil in one way or the other continues until 1940 and even after 1940, although it will be often referred to as bonchismo - gangs of people who were at first  involved in the 1933 revolution, and when they were overthrown, the military committed many atrocities, and nothing  happened to those who committed
those atrocities within the military, so small groups of armed, highly politicized individuals came together to bring justice to those who had assassinated their comrades And in 1947, the  city of Havana in a period of 12 months had four different chiefs of police, and three of them were killed.

NS: But that's a later period than what was happening between '33 and '35.  When the hundred day revolution ends, Batista takes power through a series of puppet presidents, and pursues  Antonio Guiteras, who had been in the revolutionary government, and ultimately kills him in 1935, and it seems to  me that the death of Guiteras was the end of an era. Would you agree with that?

NV: Well, yes and no, because Guiteras's followers actually end up creating  all these so-called "action groups". There is an Acción Revolucionaria Guiteras, and there is a TNT that continues, but  it is true that you begin to see the consolidation of a new political regime in Cuba. It will now be the Cuban  military that will intervene in politics to try to stabilize the system rather than having the U.S. military send in  the Marines to do so, as they had done
before 1933. So certainly, although the '33 revolution comes to an end by January 34, and Batista seizes power and will rule through a series of puppets, you do have that type of violence  continuing, but now it's under a new political game that is being created by Batista.

A very interesting new  political game, I might add, in which we end up seeing that Batista himself, although persecuting Communists between  1934 and 1937, yet by the spring of 1937 the Communists and the Batista forces make a political coalition. Which  brings us to the Comintern, which of course a month earlier will begin what is called the fourth period of the  Comintern, which is that is necessary to create a popular front to fight Fascism, and that consequently alliances can  be established with all those orces that are considered by the Communist Party democratic forces. So you  will see from '37 on a participation of Batista and the Communists in coalition politics. 

Interestingly, the social democrats – the Auténticos and later on the Ortodoxos - will denounce such coalitions, but  certainly by 1937 we find such things as, for example, in April 1937, the Communist Party is attempting to mobilize the population against Batista, yet by May of '37 the situation has changed, and by June '37, Batista allows the
establishing of the Partido Unión Revolucionaria, which was a front for the Communist Party at that time. By  May 1, 1938, the Cuban Communist Party's newspaper - by that time, the newspaper of the Partido Unión Revolucionaria  became legal, the newspaper Hoy. By
September 1938, the party changed its name to the Communist Party of Cuba.

And by January '39 the Cuban Communist Party is having - the first in the history of Latin America - an open Communist  Party congress, in which openly 23,000 members acknowledge that they were members of the Communist Party as such.  And that is quite unique. In fact, the Cuban government at that time was the first to establish a coalition with the  Communists and to run for office and actually to win power by October 10, 1940. In those elections Batista and  the Communists came to power. The first Communist Party in Latin America to have two ministers in the cabinet  was the Cuban Communist Party. The
Communists also had a very unique role to play in the constitutional convention of 1939, which created the 1940 constitution. Out of 41 elected members to the constitutional convention,  six were members of the Cuban Communist Party - open members of the Cuban Communist Party. Which is why  that Constitution had so many progressive features in it.

NS: And that constitution was part of, also, a changing sense of race relations in Cuba, no?

NV: Certainly. It proclaimed not only that all the races were equal, but also established legislation to the effect that if there was any kind of institutional discrimination, that steps
should be taken to put an end to it. Of course, that depended on who was in power. But this brings us to something else,  which is, interestingly enough, by 1940, we have the situation in which the man who rules Cuba is a mulatto who has  black as well as Chinese ancestry. And the second thing is that the Cuban Communist Party is also led at the time by a  number of figures who also were black and mulatto. In fact, the Communist Party in Cuba at that time, it was reported,  that at least 50% of its members were nonwhite.

NS: Not incidentally, of course, we were approaching the entry of the U.S.  into World War II at this time, so we see Stalin becoming an ally of Roosevelt. So suddenly the   United States'
reflexive anti-Communism was probably as moderated as it ever would be. In the U.S. and Britain they were talking  about Stalin as "Uncle Joe."

NV: That's right, and moreover, by December 1939 after the Cuban Communist Party had been made legal, after Batista had announced his coalition with the Communist Party and running for office,  Batista went to Washington, D.C., and the relations between Cuba and the U.S. at that time were quite friendly,  interestingly enough. Even though there were some politicians that were denouncing the role of the Communists in  Cuba and so forth, Washington DC at that time saw that kind of coalition as totally acceptable.

NS: Now what was Mil Diez?

NV: That was a radio station - a very unique radio station - established as well by the Cuban Communist Party. As part of this period - the early 1940s - we see this radio station, which was in  Havana, but it could be heard outside the province of Havana. It was a radio station that will do such things as  read articles and editorials from the Communist Party paper. It will introduce, interestingly enough, American  jazz to a Cuban public. It will make
famous numerous people in the world of music, like César Portillo de la Luz, Omara Portuondo, and, incredibly enough, Celia Cruz became famous in Cuba because she used to sing in the Communist Party radio station.

NS: And not only those figures! Arsenio Rodríguez was on at five, and Arcaño  came on at seven!

NV: Yes, what we now consider the heyday of Cuban music, Mil Diez was a very important institution. I may add, it also transmitted theater - that is, drama, not just the soaps, the novelas,  which they also did - but also classics. Raquel Revuelta, a very famous actress in Cuba, became known  through Mil Diez as well.

NS: You have another process beginning in 1937. It's about 1937 when things kind of get back to normal. The university has been closed for years, the university has been reopened. People go back  to work to some degree. Music explodes. Recordings had not been made in Cuba in the early 30s. Recordings  start to get made again in 1937. And you had the relaxation of the prohibitions against the drums. You have the  comparsas in the street being re-authorized again. And you have this whole new level of visibility of black culture and  black creativity in Cuba at this time.

NV: Yes, and Mil Diez is the main instrument by which the poetry of Nicolás  Guillén became known to the average Cuban. And people like Guillén, and speakers like Juan Marinello, the
intellectual, and Carlos Rafael Rodríguez, and so forth, and consequently, the whole negritud movement that we see throughout the Caribbean in the 1920s and so
forth, well, now, that gets connected as well in Cuba. The black is beautiful, which is related to Motivos del Son in Guillén's poetry. You begin to see the establishment of institutions which  will study those cultures from Africa, and the importance of the Bantus and the Yorubas, and other groups as well.  So you have a revival, a renaissance, in Cuba, in which a number of political leaders have risen to positions of  authority who are indeed coming from the black working class.

NS: So at this time you have a sort of alliance between very different political and social tendencies that during the period of World War II, effectively, have made a kind of domestic truce, and at this time culture flowers . . .

NV: Yes.

NS: How does this come unraveled?

NV: Well, let me just mention one last point, and that is: the kind of political party that Batista ends up creating and the kind of alliance that he makes with the Communist Party in order to have a social base is something that will be emulated by the other political parties. In other words, all the parties  will end up having a labor section, and a peasant section, and a section for women, and a section for blacks - not in  the sense that black will be separated, but rather a sort of affirmative action: we are going to recruit blacks for the political party that I belong to. That kind of thing begins during this period as well.

NS: How did it come apart? How did this alliance come undone?

NV: With the end of World War II, the alliance comes to an end.

NS: Simple as that?

NV: That's right. As soon. It's extraordinary. By 1945, the war comes to an end. By 1944, the Auténticos come to power.They initiate Red-baiting, getting the Communists out of  the labor  movement, the government seizing Mil Diez, the radio station, for example. So you begin to see a movement. The same thing  is happening in the labor movement. The
Cuban Confederation of Labor will be "clean" of Communist influence, and
consequently the Auténticos will be taking it over. Once elections are held, Batista is no longer president. He goes to  the U.S. for a time, and then World War II ends. From that point on, you begin to see the Red Scare in Cuba as  well as in the U.S., and consequently the
removal of Communists from newspapers, from labor movements, not so much
from universities.

NS: And what happens in Cuban culture during this second half of the 40s?

NV: Well, I think, in a sense, the culture - those institutions that have been created continue, but no longer are able to operate as they did so openly for political purposes. The people who were doing their singing, and their performance, in Mil Diez and so forth, that will continue. You will  have Fernando Ortiz writing about the black experience and so forth. But it no longer will be doing anything, I  would think, new in terms of opening - the period from '37 on is one in which there is a massive opening of Cuba to  black experience, black culture. That continues, but is no longer opening new arenas, I think. It's just maintaining what had been achieved.

NS: There was something else, I think, that happened, at least in terms of music. During World War II it wasn't possible for Cubans to emigrate to the U.S. But with the end of World War II  and with the increase in violence in the street in Cuba making it less desirable also, you start to see more  talent leaving Cuba for the U.S.

NV: Yes, but there is something else as well. During World War II, in a sense, Cuban music takes off, and although there is the American influence, it is not overwhelming Cuba. After 1945,  that upsurge of Cuban music now has to compete with what is coming from the north, and what you find consequently  is that some people even are coming to the U.S. in the hope that that would be the way that they would be  rediscovered in Cuba.


[This interview took place on 03/17/04 ]

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

El Mundo de las Empresas En Cuba


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Comercial Matco, S.A.
Calle 25 e/ 30 y 26 No. 2602 Playa.
2088658 / 2086099
carlos@matco.co.cuivonne@matco.co.cum.antonia@matco.co.cu
MATCO, S.A.
www.matco.cubaweb.cu

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Empresa Comercializadora Escambray
Calle Línea esq. C Nro 560, entre C y D Edificio Camilo Cienfuegos, Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana
8383055 / 2048091 / 2048092- 55-3055
ching@escambray.com.cutrujillo@escambray.com.cu
Escambray
www.escambray.com.cu

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Empresa Central de Abastecimiento y Venta de Equipos de la Construcción y sus Piezas
Carretera de Varona, km. 1 1/2, Capdevila, Boyeros, Ciudad de La Habana
452567 / 452376 / 45-2498
direccion@construimport.co.cuequipo@construimport.co.cu
CONSTRUIMPORT

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Empresa Central de Equipos Hidráulicos
Carretera Vieja de Guanabacoa y Línea del Ferrocarril, Rpto. Mañana Guanabacoa
7979265 797 9832
direccion@cubahidraulica.cuosmundo@cubahidraulica.curegino@cubahidraulica.cujany@cubahidraulica.cu
CUBAHIDRAULICA

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Empresa Central de Equipos Comercial Cubiza
Ave. del Zoológico No. 4 e/ 26 y Ulloa, Nuevo Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana
8810086 / 8813897/ 666027
gilberto@cubiza.cu /plinio@cubiza.cu
CUBIZA

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Empresa Diseño Ciudad Habana
Ave. 26 y Kohly No. 16, Nuevo Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana
830-3371 / 830-5511 830 3512 y 12 / 830-3377

katia@dch.ch.gov.cuteresa@dch.ch.gov.cu

dch@dch.ch.gov.cu

DCH

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Empresa de Proyectos para Industrias Varias
Calle 31-A, No. 1805 e/ 18 y 20, Playa, Ciudad de La Habana
209 6989 / 203 0131 / 204 2149
dg-eproyiv@eproyiv.cu
EPROYIV

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Empresa de Proyectos para Industrias de la Básica
Ave. 31A # 1805 e/. 18 y 20. Edificio Las Ursulinas, Miramar
2042146 / 2093632 / 2093582
martex@eprob.cu
EPROB

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Empresa de Asbesto Cemento Armando Mestre Martínez
Carretera de la Refinería Km 2 1/2, Santiago de Cuba
3-1286/ 3-1124
direcc@santiago.perdurit.com.cu

10
Empresa de Servicios Técnicos de Defectoscopía y Soldadura
Carretera O´bourke km 2 1/2 Pastorita, Cienfuegos
(432) 556900-02
valle@cenex.aconci.cu
CENEX

11
Grupo Industrial de Fibrocemento Perdurit
Calle 35 y A, Plaza
8357081 / 8357074 / 8357076 y 78
legal@perdurit.com.cu
PERDURIT

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Unión de Empresas Constructoras Caribe, S.A.
Calle 7ma. No. 701 Esq. 41 Playa
207 7671 / 2067397-98 / 2066082
presidente@uneca.co.cu
UNECA, S.A.

13
Empresa de Abastecimiento y Transporte No. 7 de Camagüey
Carretera Central No. 352, Camaguey
294327 / 292789
E.A.T No. 7

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Empresa de Proyectos de Ingeniería y Arquitectura No. 11
Ave. Finlay No. 374, Camagüey
297639 / 292938 / 283410
comercial@epia.colombus.cu
EPIA No. 11

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Empresa de Abastecimiento Técnico Material
Ave 31 No. 4212 e/ 42 y 44, Playa. Ciudad de La Habana
2095353 / 2061362 / 2026082 y 83
diamela@mc.transnet.cucomercial@mc.transnet.cu

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Grupo Empresarial de Suministros y Transporte a la Construcción
Calle 31 No. 859 entre Paseo y 2 Vedado. Ciudad de la Habana
8814231/ 8815942
direccion@gestcons.com.cubenito@gestcons.com.cu
GESTCONS

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Empresa de Construcción y Montaje Especializado
Calle N, No. 266, Piso 8 e/ 21 y 23. Vedado Ciudad de La Habana
832-4257/ 832-6461 / 832-4126
director@ecme.netcons.com.cucomercial@ecme.netcons.com.cu
ECME

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Empresa de Proyectos No. 15
Calle 7 Esq. 8, Vista Alegre. Santiago de Cuba.
4-2889 / 4-3917 / 4-2870
noa@emproy15ciges.inf.cu
EMPROY No. 15

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Empresa de Tecnología de Avanzada de la Construcción
Calle San José Final, Zona Industrial No. 2, Pueblo Grifo, Cienfuegos.
521019 / 55 1139
director@micalum.co.cu
MICALUM

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Empresa de Proyectos de Obras de Arquitectura No. 2
Calle N No. 269 e/ 21 y 23, Plaza Ciudad de La Habana
8329472 / 8327734 / 8328001
emproydir@ceniai.inf.cu
EMPROY No. 2
www.emprosime.cu

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Empresa de Diseño e Ingeniería de Ciego de Avila
Edificio 13 5to. Piso Micro C Rpto. Vista Alegre. Ciego de Avila
27159 / 27149
edilca@enet.cu
CEPROY

22
Empresa Tejas Infinitas
032 291269
justo@tejas.minbas.cu

23
Empresa de Materiales de la Construcción No. 10
Calle 63 Km. 3 Pueblo Grifo. Cienfuegos
22502 / 22634
materia@perla.inf.cu

24
Empresa de Proyectos de Ingeniería y Arquitectura No. 9
Ave. Liberación No. 213. Santa Clara, Villa Clara
20 2075 / 20 5576
EMPROY No. 9

25
Empresa Constructora de Obras Industriales No. 8
Ave. Agramonte s/n. Reparto Puerto Príncipe, Camagüey
262323 / 261912 / 261934
ECOI 8

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Empresa Constructora Integral No. 1 de Ciego de Ávila
Carretera Central y Circunvalación Norte, Ciego de Ávila
28238 / 28577 / 28016
micons@ciego.cav.cyt.cu
ECI. No. 1

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Empresa Constructora de Obras Marítimas
Calle 22 No. 114 e/ 1ra. Y 3ra. Playa
2068248 / 2068649
empom@eomarit.com.cu
ECOM

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Grupo Empresarial de Construcciones Azucareras
Calle 42, No. 2109 e/ 21 y 23, Playa, Ciudad de la Habana.
2067671 / 2035363
directorageneral@geca.minaz.cudnegocios@geca.minaz.cu
GECA

29
Empresa de Proyectos de Arquitectura e Ingeniería de Matanzas
San Vicente Final s/n Pueblo Nuevo. Matanzas.
45291824 / 45291802 ext. 204
luis-gonzalez@empai.co.cu/melena-torrens@empai.co.cu
EMPAI

30
Empresa Constructora de Obras de Arquitectura No. 21
Ave. De las Américas S/N Esq. Terraza. Santiago de Cuba.
4-3965 / 4-2469
ochoa@ecoa21.ciges.inf.cu
ECOA No. 21

31
Empresa de Proyectos de Obras de Transporte
Muralla 211 e/ Cuba y Aguiar, Habana Vieja. Ciudad de La Habana.
8661378 8622002-04
maruchiepot@netcons.com.cu
EPOT

32
Empresa de Materiales de la Construcción No. 13
Amadoi Estevez s/n. Reparto Roberto Reyes
42-6309 / 42-3812
root@mat13.granma.inf.cu

33
Centro Nacional de Capacitación y Superación Técnica
Ave. Carlos M. De Céspedes y 35. Plaza de la Revolución. Ciudad de La Habana.
8817880 / 8817087 / 555305 al 27 ext. 374
acosta@micons.cu
CENCSUT

34
Importadora y Comercializadora de la Construcción
Paseo No.1551, Esq. Zapata, Plaza de la Revolución. Ciudad de La Habana.
8815224 / 8811850 / 8811250
guido@imeco.com.cusandral@imeco.com.curoberto@imeco.com.cu
IMECO

35
Empresa de Servicios de Ingeniería y Diseño de Holguín
Frexes Esquina A. Guiteras, Holguín
42-2231/4521/46-2589
vertice@vertice.holguin.inf.cu
VERTICE

36
Empresa de Servicios de Ingeniería y Diseño de Granma
Ave. Frank País, # 46. Rpto: Jesús Menéndez, Bayamo, Granma
42-4114/42-5395
edigran@ip.etecsa.cu

37
Grupo Empresarial de la Construcción de Matanzas
San Luis No.13 e/ San Francisco y San Juan Bautista, Pueblo Nuevo, Matanzas
292517 / 291011
direcc@gecma.co.cu
GECMA

38
INVERCO, S.A.
Calle 9na. A, Esquina A 150., No. 15007, Reparto Cubanacán
208-7979 / 204-8662 - 63 / 208-7978
yirmamar@cubalse.cu
INVERCO, S.A.

39
Empresa del Plástico de la Habana
Ave. Monumental Km 81/2 e/ Vía Blanca y Línea de Ferrocarril, San Miguel del Padrón, Ciudad de la Habana
795-9687 / 795-9271/795-9272
coplast@perdurit.com.cu
COPLAST

40
Empresa de Impermeabilizantes Asfálticos
Calle 288 s/n, E/ 51 y 61, El Cano, La Lisa, Ciudad de la Habana
2020140 / 2050986
imperasfal@perdurit.com.cu
IMPERASFAL

41
Empresa Constructora de Obras Industriales No.11
Carretera del Caney s/n Calle 17 y 19. Rpto Vista Alegre, Santiago de Cuba
642851 / 641866
ecoill@ecoill.ciges.inf.cu
ECOI # 11

42
Empresa de Materiales de Construcción de Camagüey
General Gómez # 208 e/ Cisneros y San Ramón, Camagüey
294275 / 292542 / 293574
marlene@cmg.escambray.com.cu

43
Empresa Materiales de Construcción de Villa Clara
Carrretera central No. 441, Villa Clara
29 1116/ 29 1183/ 29 1939
vc.mercedes@vclara.geicon.gov.cuvc.juridica@ vclara.geicon.gov.cu

44
Empresa de Diseño e Ingeniería de Cienfuegos
Ave.60 Nº 4302 e/ 43 y 15, Cienfuegos
55 1271/ 55 5608/ 55 1371
cedin@aconci.perla.inf.cu
EDIN Cienfuegos

45
Técnica Hidráulica, S.A.
Humboldt No. 106 esq. P 6to. Piso, Vedado, Plaza.
836 5158 8775953/8783074/705158
thic@ceniai.inf.cu
TH

46
Grupo Empresarial de la Construcción de Granma
Avenida Frank País # 46, e/ Amado Estevez y Ave. Figueredo, Granma
42-4789
direccion@ascon9.grm.cyt.cu

47
Empresa de Fibrocemento de Siguaney
Siguaney, Taguasco.
45534/45591/45512
ventas@siguaney.perdurit.com.cu
PERDURIT

48
Grupo Empresarial de Diseño e Ingeniería de la Construcción
Calle 33 e/ 20 y 22 No. 2004 Playa
205-9406 / 2059408
gedic@netcons.com.cu
GEDIC

49
Grupo Empresarial de la Construcción de Santiago de Cuba
Avenida Victoriano Garzón # 61 Esq. Carretera Central.
52-7118/651596/652101
barbaro@vtmicons.ciges-inf.cu

50
Empresa de Diseño e Ingenería de Guantánamo
13 Norte # 802 e/ San Gregorio y Cuartel.
38-1805/38-1905
edi@edigtmo.co.cu

51
Empresa de Materiales de la Construcción No 5
Carretera a Zaza del medio Km 1 e/ Linea y Rotondda Sancti Spíritus
335142 26347/25527
emcos@yayabo.inf.cu
Mat.Const.No 5

52
Empresa de Servicios de Ingeniería No. 2 de Varadero
Avenida 1ra. E/ 12 y 14 Reparto Isla del Sur, Varadero Matanzas
612331 / 611422 / 612472
despinosa@arcos.co.cummirabal@arcos.co.cu
ARCOS

53
Empresa de Arquitectura de Interiores y Diseño Gráfico
Calle 12 No. 308 e/ 3ra. Y 5ta., Playa, Ciudad de La Habana.
204 6789 / 202 2242 / 2049109
darq@ceniai.inf.cu
D/ ARQ

54
UBP No. 8 Combinado Israel Santos
Camino del Oriente s/n Zona Industrial Las Tunas
47947
isantos@eci2.ltunas.inf.cu
DURALMET

55
Empresa de Cerámica Blanca de Holguín
Carretera Central Km 774
422312/422267/468007
root@ceramica.holguin.inf.cu

56
Empresa Hormigón y Terrazo
Calle 100 y Paso Seco. Arroyo Naranjo
6968092 / 6968256 / 6968232
oscar@horter.co.cu
HORTER

57
Empresa Constructora de Obras de Ingeniería Nº 12
Calle 63 km 2 1/2, Cuatro Caminos, Cienfuegos
52 2325/52 1996/5 22263
ecoing12@aconci.perla.inf.cu
ECOING Nº 12

58
Empresa de Construcción, Reparación y Mantenimiento Constructivo
Benjumeda 514 entre Infanta y Callejón Morales. Cerro.
8796530 / 8796584
corepma@ceniai.inf.cu
COREPMA

59
Empresa Construcción y Mantenimiento
Calle 240 y Televilla # 6124, La Lisa
2625017 / 18 ext. 105 y 102
ubecom@ip.minbas.co,edilio@ecom.minbas.cu,oralis@ecom.minbas.cu
ECOM

60
Empresa de Construcción Civil y Mantenimiento Vial de Camagüey
Carretera de Vertientes Km 2 1/2, Nadadels, Camagüey
296619 / 295949 / 292712

61
Empresa de Diseño e Ingeniería de las Tunas
Ave 30 de Noviembre s/n altos del BANDEC
348980 / 348968 / 48946
rolando@edilt.co.cu
EDILT-CREVER

62
Empresa de Mantenimiento Vial y Construcciones de la Habana
Calle Giral s/n e/ 22 y 23 Diez de Octubre
983350 / 990486 / 987588-89
echab@transnet.cu

63
Empresa de Mantenimiento Vial y Construcciones de Santiago de Cuba
Ave. Cebreco s/n entre 15 y 17 Rpto. Vista Alegre
644127/ 643946
eccmvstg@scu.transnet.cu
EMVC

64
Empresa de Materiales de la Construcción de Las Tunas
Ave. Camilo Cienfuegos # 223 Las Tunas
47745/ 42240
vitalmac@enet.cu
VITALMAC

65
Empresa de Pinturas "Vitral"
Calle 39 # 4410 entre 44 y 46, Playa
2046045/ 2045753
lourdes@vitral.minbas.curicardo@vitral.minbas.cu
Vitral

66
Empresa de Construcción y Montaje Agroindustrial de Camagüey
Ave. Finlay km. 3 1/2, Camagüey
261851/ 261721/ 264939
director@geca.cm.minaz.cu
ECMAI

67
Empresa Comercializadora Camilo Cienfuegos
Carretera Vieja de Guanabacoa y Línea del Ferrocarril. Repto Azotea
797 6434 ext. 106 797 4697 797 3953
rbien@comersomec.cu

68
Empresa Productora de Prefabricados No. 7 de Camagüey
Calixto García, s/n e/ Palma y Rosario, Camagüey
293576 / 296887
eppc@esicm.cu

69
Empresa Provincial de Servicios Especializados de la Construcción
Prado No. 56 esq. a Consulado Habana Vieja
8672686 / 8610627 / 8610628 ext. 111
secons@ch.gov.cu
SECONS

70
Empresa de Soluciones Mecánicas de Cienfuegos
Avenida 56 No 5106, Entre 51 y 53 Cienfuegos
(43)55-02 73
somec-e4@perla.inf.cusilvia@somec.co.cu
SOMEC

71
Union Nacional de Arquitectos e Ingenieros de la Construcción de Cuba
Humboldt 104 esq. Infanta, Vedado, Plaza de la Revolución
8363343 / 8357531
presidencia@unaicc.co.cu
UNAICC

72
Empresa Constructora de Obras de Arquitectura e Industriales N.o 4
Augusto Márquez No. 12 entre Martí y Alfredo Uset Rpto. San Juan El Cristo
42-3498
direccion@ecoai4.gecgr.co.cu
ECOAI-4

73
Empresa de Aseguramiento y Logística Hidráulica
Carretera Vieja de Guanabacoay Línea del Ferrocarril
7979712 / 7970383 797 0821 al 25
rvillalba@cubahidraulica.cuantonio@cubahidraulica.cu
EALH

74
Empresa Constructora del Sistema Empresarial Recaudador de Divisas
Calle 240 e/ 81 y Lindero, reparto Bello 26, La Lisa
2658709 / 2658710
desther@dobras.co.cu /pedro@dobras.co.cu
D´OBRAS

75
Empresa de Montaje y Producción Industrial del Transporte
Palatino No. 449 e/ Santa Catalina y Palmar
641 7158 /6416882
director@emeca.transnet.cucomercial@emeca.transnet.cu
EMPIT

76
Cemento Santiago, S.A
Calle Bitirí No. 104 e/ Tamo y Padres de las Casas
645210/ 645142
inversiones@stg.minbas.cu

Sección Industria Agroalimentaria

1
Grupo Empresarial Industrial y de Distribución de la Pesca
Ave. del Puerto y Hacendados, Habana Vieja, Ciudad de La Habana
8622050 / 8629578 / 863 4167
maritza@indipes.telemar.cu
INDIPES

2
Cítricos Caribe, S.A.
Carlos Manuel de Céspedes No. 774 e/ Conill y Tulipán, Plaza Ciudad de La Habana
8810753 / 8820446
ramiro@ccaribe.co.cupfelipe@ccaribe.co.cu

3
Corporación Alimentaria, S.A.
Calle 14 No. 306 apto. 1 e/ 3ra. y 5ta., Playa, Ciudad de La Habana
204-9290
lucy@coralsa.com.cupedro@coralsa.com.cu
CORALSA

4
Corporación Cuba Ron, S.A.
Calle 200 No. 1708 esq. a17, Rpto. Atabey, Playa Ciudad de La Habana
273-0102/ 204-0956/204-2427
cubaron@cubaron.co.cu
www.cubaron.com

5
Empresa Provincial Alimentaria Especialidades Yumurí
Tirrini No10 altos, Pueblo Nuevo Matanzas.
(45)29-1317/29-20-73
eyumuri@mtz.alimatic.cu
Especialidades Yumurí

6
Empresa Cervecería Antonio Díaz Santana
Carretera Central km 247, Manacas, Villa Clara
4 6312 al 18/ 4 6100/ 4 6166
roly@alimaticvc.co.cu
MANACAS

7
Empresa Confitera ¨La Estrella¨
Calle Vega y Vía Blanca, Cerro, Ciudad de La Habana
640 2943 / 641 1908
laestrella@confit.com.cu

8
Empresa Cubana Exportadora de Alimentos y Productos Varios
Calle 23 No. 55, 8vo. piso, Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana
836 6402 838 0595
frank@cexport.mincex.cu
CUBAEXPORT

9
Empresa Cubana Exportadora de Azúcar y sus Derivados
Calle 23 No. 55, 7mo. piso, Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana
838 0612
direccion@cbz.mincex.cu
CUBAZUCAR

10
Empresa Cubana Importadora, Exportadora y Comercializadora de Productos de la Ciencia y la Técnica Agropecuaria
Calle 148 No. 905 esq. a 9na., Miramar, Ciudad de La Habana
208-2164 / 208-2064
amartin@catec.co.cuafiallo@catec.co.cu
CATEC

11
Empresa Cubana del Tabaco
Nueva #75 e/ Universidad y Pedroso. Cerro
879 0250-52-53
calero@cubatabaco.cuomar@cubatabaco.cu
CUBATABACO

12
Empresa Cárnica TAURO
Calle E e/ 12 y Línea del Ferrocarril, Lawton, Ciudad de La Habana
641 8393 641 8698
tauro@ceniai.inf.cu
TAURO

13
Empresa de Produción y Distribución de Ocas
Calle 51 Esq. A 218 La Lisa.
260 3471 / 260 3471 272 0985
oca@enet.cu
OROCA

14
Empresa de Productos Lácteos Coppelia
Calle 10 No. 506 e/ 5ta. y 31, Miramar, Playa, Ciudad de La Habana.
204 6322 2022220 / 2026922
operaciones@coppelia.cu
COPPELIA

15
Empresa de Ingeniería y Servicios Técnicos Azucareros
Calle 12 No. 310 e/ 3ra. y 5ta. Ave., Miramar, Ciudad de La Habana
2047272 / 2047271/ 2041531/2040281
tecno@tecnoazucar.cu
TECNOAZUCAR

16
Instituto de Suelos del MINAGRI
Autopista Costa-Costa y Antigua, Carretera de Vento, Capdevila, Boyeros, Ciudad de La Habana
645-1166 / 645-1399 / 645-1388 / 645-1188
acardenas@minag.gov.cu
IS

17
Empresa Comercializadora de Aceite "ECASOL"
Ave 7ma # 1601 Esq. A 16 Miramar, Playa.
204-7554 / 204-7555
fernando@ecasol.gae.com.cu
ECASOL

18
Empresa de Cereales Cienfuegos
Zona Industrial No. 2 O´Bourke Cienfuegos
52-3521
juridico@cerealcf.co.cu

19
Sociedad Mercantil ZERUS, S.A.
Calle 23 No. 171 e/ N y O Vedado Municipio Plaza de la Revolución
838-3647 / 838 3194 EXT. 2344
negocios1@ocentral.minaz.cupresidentezerus@ocentral.minaz.cu
ZERUS

20
Unión de Empresas Combinado Avícola Nacional
Avenida Independencia y Conill Nuevo Vedado
884-5417/884-5478/884-5541 881 0860
direccion@uecan.com.cu
UECAN

21
Unión Láctea
San Rafael N.o 467 / Lealtad y Campanario Centro Habana
862-6011 al 17 ext. 113
secre_direc@unilac.co.cudpto_juridico@unilac.co.cu
UNILAC

22
Unión de la Carne
Carretera de la Polar y Línea del Ferrocarril, Puentes Grandes, Cerro, Ciudad de La Habana
881 9265 /8 81 9976
francisca@unicar.com.cudireccion@unicar.com.curaisner@unicar.com.cu

23
Unión de Ingeniería del Ministerio de la Industria Alimenticia
Línea No. 8 e/ N y O, Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana
832-8981/ 832-9511 836 7261
bruiz@enet.cu

24
Corporación HABANOS, S.A.
22 e/ 3ra. Y 1ra. No. 115, Miramar, Playa
204-0528 / 2040530
habanos@habanos.cu
HABANOS, S.A.
www.habanossa.com

25
Empresa de Bebidas y Refrescos Villa Clara
Calle Nueva esq. 1ra. Nro 23, Reparto Virginia, Santa Clara, Villa Clara
20 5138/ 20 5859/ 20 5197
EMBER Villa Clara

26
Empresa de Pastas y Caramelos de Santiago
Avenida Los Pinos, Distrito José Marti, Santiago de Cuba
632546 / 632592
stgo@confit.com.cu

27
Empresa Cárnica Camagüey
Circunvalacion Oeste Km 1. Camagüey
283462 / 297600 / 297074
fortessa@enet.cu

28
Grupo Empresarial Pesquero de Camagüey
Circunvalación Norte Km 1, Camaguey.
271709 / 271317 / 271323 / 271723 / 271479
pescacam@fishnavy.inf.cu
PESCACAM

29
Empresa Avícola de Camagüey
Ave No54,Esquina Callejón, de Keiser,Camagüey.
296477 / 294921 / 293819
direccion@can.cmg.co.cucomercial@can.cmg.co.cu
ENA o CAN

30
Empresa de Bebidas y Refrescos de Ciego de Avila
Carretera Central Km 468, Ciego de Avila
27678 / 28724 / 24916
nelson@emberca.co.cu
EMBER Ciego de Avila

31
Empresa Cárnica de Villa Clara
Circunvalación y Carretera Central, Banda Esperanza. Santa Clara, Villa Clara.
21 5992/ 20 7994/29 1435
alfonso@enet.cu
ALAMO

32
Empresa de Pastas Alimenticias ¨Vita Nuova¨
Carretera Central Km 35 1/2. San José de las Lajas, La Habana
(047)86 1395 (047)86 4341 (047)86 1388
vitanuova@enet.cu
Vitanuova

33
Empresa de Conservas de Vegetales de Camagüey
Ave No. 357 s/n e/ San Martin y San José, Camagüey
296417 / 293075 / 291496
camag@consva.com.cu

34
Empresa de Bebidas y Refrescos de Camagüey
Avenida de la Libertad No 159 e/Arrieta y Pancho Agramonte,Camagüey
291082 / 292157 / 292123 / 291062
emberec@esicm.cu
EMBER Camagüey

35
Empresa de Comercialización y Equipos Porcinos
46 No. 3908 e/ 39 y 39-A. Playa. Ciudad de La Habana
2037396 / 2076869 / 2030978
lucila@ecepor.cu
ECEPOR

36
Empresa de Productos Lácteos de Camagüey
Calle Enrique José Norte No. 317 Altos, San José y Linea de Ferrocarril, Camagüey.
293126 / 292013 / 293744
lacteocmg@enet.cu
EMPLAC

37
Grupo Empresarial Pesquero de Santiago de Cuba
Calle Padre Pico s/n, altos, e/ Aguilera y Heredia, Santiago de Cuba
2-8455 / 2-4184
pescasan@pescasan.scu.sld.cu
PESCASAN

38
Asociación de Café de Santiago de Cuba
Calle L Nro 51 esq. A 2da, Rpto Sueño, Santiago de Cuba
2-2125

39
Empresa de Bebidas y Refrescos Cienfuegos
Calle 23 Nro 5619 e/ 56 y 58, Cienfuegos
51 8550 / 51 3004
embere@perla.inf.cu
EMBER Cienfuegos

40
Empresa Provincial de la Industria Alimentaria de Ciego de Avila
José María. Agramonte # 21 esq. Libertad, Ciego de Avila
25250 / 25457 / 23693
epia@enet.cu

41
Empresa Cervecería Tínima
Circunvalación Norte y camino de la matanza Km 2 1/2, Camagüey.
262190 / 261015
cerveza@tinima.cmg.colombus.cu

42
Empresa de Tabaco Torcido de Santiago de Cuba
Calle Donato Mármol (San Agustín) s/n e/Vicente Aguilera y José A. Saco, Enramadas, Stgo de Cuba
5-4207

43
Complejo Agroindustrial Arrocero "Ruta Invasora" de Camagüey
Finca San Antonio, Vertientes, Camagüey
37515 / 37585

44
Corporación de Abastecimiento al Turismo, S.A.
Edificio Jardines de 5ta Avenida y calle 114, 3er piso, Apto 161, Miramar, Playa, Ciudad de La Habana
204 3060, 2043059
miriam@coratur.cujulio@coratur.cu
CORATUR, S.A.

45
Empresa Genética y Cría Manuel Fajardo
Calle Cmdte Ramón s/n y Carretera "La Mireya", Jiguaní, Granma
66464/66724/66254
genetic@esignma.colombus.cu

46
Empresa Citrícola Victoria de Girón
Finca San José Km 3 Torriente, Jagüey Grande, Matanzas
045 986109 / 98 6100 / 98 6238
evelio@jagueycitro.atenas.inf.cu

47
Los Portales, S.A
Calle 3era # 3 404 Esq. 34 Miramar, Playa, Ciudad de la Habana.
2044099 / 2044153 / 204-7691
lpsa@losportales.cu
Los Portales S.A

48
Empresa Importadora Exportadora Confitel
Concha 460 e/ Fábrica y Reforma. Luyanó. Diez de Octube
983725 / 982955 / 986535
ramon@confitel.cu rita@confitel.cu
Confitel

49
Empresa Provincial Alimentaria de Camagüey
Cisnero # 214, e/ Hermanos Agüero y Martí Camagüey
294931 / 293882 / 299285/294041
alicam@caonao.cmw.inf.cu
EPAC

50
Inversiones Locarinos, S.A.
Calle 23 No.103 4to piso e/ O y P Vedado, Plaza La Habana
833 21 56 / 833 2169

tania@locarinos.ith.cu

antonio@locarinos.ith.cu

INLOC, S.A.

51
Empresa Cervecería Santiago de Cuba
Carretera de Bacardí No. 36 Santiago de Cuba
33517 34924
Hatuey

52
Empresa Confitera Camagüey
Carretera de Nuevitas km 10 1/2
262403 / 262223
camaguey@confit.com.cu

53
Productos Cárnicos Hispano Cubanos, S.A.
Calle 6ta. No. 6-1 e/ 17 y 19A Berroa Oeste, Habana del Este, Cuidad de la Habana
7959300
marketing@bravo.cu
BRAVO, S.A.

54
Centro Provincial de Frutas Selectas de Holguín
Carretera a Mayarí, Km. 51/2 San Rafael, Holguín
481658 / 482403

55
Empresa de Contratación y Colocación
Ave. La Pesquera s/n y Hacendados. Habana Vieja.
8619647 / 8620877 / 8638921
dir_genmar@pesport.telemar.cumagie@pesport.telemar.cu
GENMAR

56
Grupo Empresarial Pesquero de Villa Clara
Doble Vía Esq. 9na., Vigía sur, Santa Clara, Villa Clara.
27 1778/ 27 3206/ 21 6411
pcavilla@civc.inf.cu
PESCAVILLA

57
Empresa de Conservas de Vegetales de Ciego de Avila
Carretera a Ceballos Km. 2 1/2, Ciego de Avila.
27720 / 27218 / 28502
argelio@conservas.cav.co.cu

58
Empresa Productora y Distribuidora de Alimentos de Holguín
Cervantes # 64 entre Cuba y Prado
42-3761 / 42-4026
numa@holguin.inf.cu

59
Complejo Agroindustrial Arrocero¨Fernando Echenique¨
Ave. Francisco V. Aguilera No.12, Bayamo, Granma
482676/ 482506

60
Empresa Derivados del Cacao¨Ruben Suárez Abella¨
Carretera de Mabujado · 54 Baracoa, Guantánamo.
4-2602/ 4-2646/ 4-2637/ 4-3754
root@choco.gtmo.inf.cu

61
STELLA, S.A.
Calle 5ta e esq 168 Zona 7 Alamar Habana del Este
7663991 al 93
leila@stella.com.cu
STELLA, S.A.
www.stella-stic.com

62
Internacional Cubana de Tabacos, S.A.
Ave. Independencia No. 34501 E/ 345 y 1ro de Mayo, Boyeros. Ciudad de La Habana.
683-9038 ext 130 / 57-9196
lerodriguez@ictsa.cu
ICT

63
Empresa de Productos Lácteos Río Zaza
Carretera A Zaza del Medio Km. 1 Sancti Spíritus.
2 46 61/23670/28027
riozaza@enet.cu
NELA

64
Empresa de Productos Lácteos Bayamo
Ave. Jimmy Hirtzel s/n. Bayamo. Granma.
42-5213 / 42-5235
revilla@lacteo.granma.inf.cu

65
Empresa Pecuaria MACUN
Calle Céspedes No. 164 Esq. Clara Bartón. Sagua de la Grande. Villa Clara.
6 2905 / 6 4600/ 6 3902
macunvc@civc.inf.cualain@macun.vel.cu
MACUN

66
Empresa Azucarera ¨Dos Ríos¨
Ave. Girón S/N. Batey Dos Ríos. Palma Soriano. Santiago de Cuba.
(0225) 3463 / 3558
director@cai623.sc.minaz.cu
CAI ¨Dos Ríos¨

67
Empresa Pecuaria Rectángulo
Finca Palo Quemado. Apdo. No. 5. Guáimaro. Camagüey.
82502 82667

68
Terminal Refrigerada TERREF
Ensenada de Pote y Atarés. Habana Vieja. Ciudad de La Habana.
861-2566 /861-2602
direccion@terref.telemar.cu
TERREF

69
Empresa Pecuaria Vertientes
5ta.Ave.No.67 entre C y D, Vertientes
37524 / 37232 / 37565
dvert@eimanet.co.cu

70
Cervecería Bucanero, S.A.
Circunvalacióm Sur Km 31/2, Holguín
2048557 / 468767/ 468226
ada.cabrera@bucanero.com.cu

71
Empresa de Bebidas y Refrescos Santiago de Cuba
Avenida Garzón, No. 359, entre Calle 4ta y Avenida de Céspedes, Santiago de Cuba
23263/23571
EMBER Santiago

72
Empresa de Cereales de Santiago de Cuba
CarreteraTurística, Km 11/2. Punta Jardín. Santiago de Cuba
69-1475/69-4071
rey@cst.molin.com.cu

73
Empresa de Productos Lácteos de Matanzas
Milanés, # 27416 e/ Magdalena y Matanzas, Matanzas
045 287831 al 33 ext. 121 y 223
lacmatanzas@lacmtz.co.cu
APLM

74
Empresa Provincial de la Industria Alimentaria
Heredia No. 20 ( Altos) E/ Gallo Y factoría, Santiago de Cuba
62-2119/62-4349
erich@epiascu.ciges.inf.cu
ALIMSAN

75
Empresa de Bebidas y Refrescos de Granma
Calle Zenea No. 273 e/ Saco y H. Hechavarría, Bayamo, Granma
42-4617/42-4226
EMBER Granma

76
Grupo Empresarial de Logística del Minagri
Calle Calzada de Bejucal esq. A 100
8820286 / 8819143
negociosgelma@agrinfor.cu
GELMA

77
Grupo Empresarial Comercializador, Operador y Negociador de Azúcar y sus Derivados
Calle 4 No. 111 e/ 1ra y 3era, Playa, Ciudad de la Habana
2095160 / 2061484
juridico@conazuc.minaz.cu
CONAZUCAR

78
Empresa Molinera Cárdenas
Céspedes Final s/n Zona Portuaria Cárdenas, Matanzas.
52-4867 ext. 107
celso@molinera.co.cu
MAISOL

79
Complejo Agroindustrial Enrique Varona González
Calle Sanguily s/n Falla; municipio Chambas, Ciego de Avila
68295 / 68318
sala@cai501.ca.minaz.cu

80
Alcoholes Finos de Caña, S.A.
Consejo Popular de Covadonga, Aguada de Pasajeros, Cienfuegos
552278
alficsa@enet.cu
ALFICSA

81
Empresa de Producciones Diversificadas José A. Echeverría
Pinillo # 309 e/ Sáez y Carrillo Cárdenas, Matanzas.
523462 / 524440
dirjae@jae.mt.minaz.cu

82
Empresa Mayorista Central de Alimentos
San Miguel # 260 e/ Galiano y San Nicolás, Habana Vieja Ciudad de la Habana
862 7660 / 862 7517
director@alimec.com.cu
ALIMEC

83
Unión de Bebidas y Refrescos
Carretera La Polar y Línea del Ferrocarril, Cerro.
8817135 / 8817813
lazara.romero@ubr.cu

84
Empresa Exportadora de Bebidas y Refrescos
Calle 58B esq. 41 No. 4101 Playa
207-0130 al 207-0133
deborah@export.ubr.cu

85
Empresa de Conservas de Vegetales Turquino
Ave. Libertadores # 216 La Aduana, Holguín.
48-1992/48-1539
turq@enet.cu

86
Empresa de Productos Lácteos "ESCAMBRAY"
Zona Industrial Km 1 Cumanayagua.
(0143)43 3806/ 3 3381
edi@lacteocf.perla.inf.cu
ESCAMBRAY

87
Complejo Agroindustrial Siboney
Central Siboney s/n, Municipio Sibanicú.
388166 / 388117
CAI Siboney

88
Empresa Azucarera Jesus Rabí
CAI Jesús Rabí Calimete Matanzas.
375181 / 375165
director@ea314.mt.minaz.cu

89
OEE Abastecedora del Centro
Carretera Central Km 297 Santa Clara, Villa Clara
29 1898
abacen@enet.cu
ABACEN

90
Unión Confitera
Rodríguez No. 44 e/ Rabí y 10 de Octubre. 10 de Octubre
642 9382-87 / 6429381 al 84
direccion@confit.com.cujuridico@confit.com.cu

91
Empresa de Productos Lácteos Santiago de Cuba
Avenida Victoriano Garzón No. 54
627744
harry@lacstg.ciges.inf.cu

92
Empresa Procesadora de Café Asdrúbal López
Cuartel y el 17 Sur, Circunvalación Guantánamo
326235/326257
procafe@eimagt.co.cualtoserra@eimagt.co.cu
Altoserra

93
Empresa Provincial Integral de la Industria Alimenticia de Granma
Av. De los Defiles e/ Ave. Granma y Plaza de la Patria Granma
426184 / 425167 / 424848
tiara@grm.alimatic.cu

94
Empresa Pesquera Industrial de Cienfuegos
Carretera a Fertilizantes, Zona Industrial O´Bourque, Cienfuegos
52 2262/ 52 2896/ 52 2895
pesca@perla.inf.cu
EPICIEN

95
Empresa Confitera Caibarién
Carretera a Remedios Km. 2, Caibarién
35 1840/ 36 3376/ 36 3615
comercial@guani.vc.alimatic.cu
GUANÍ

96
Empresa Nacional para la Protección de la Flora y la Fauna
Ave. Boyeros y Capdevila, Boyeros
452008 / 2031433 al 36
mjosefa@ffauna.sih.cu
ENPFF

97
Empresa de Cítricos Héroes de Girón
Carretera Central Australia y Atopista Nacional Km 142 Jagüey Grande
913484 / 913245 / 91-3536 al 38
ocastellanos@citricojg.cu

98
Empresa de Glucosa de Cienfuegos
Zona Industrial 2, Cienfuegos
523635/ 52 1302/ 52 3574
glucosa@confit.com.cu
GYDEMA

99
Empresa de Bebidas y Refrescos Matanzas
Río # 62 entre Santa Teresa y Zaragoza
243887/ 245054
emberemt@enet.cu
EMBER Matanzas

100
Bodegas del Caribe, S.A.
Calle 5ta Avenida No. 18004, entre 180 y 182, Playa, Municipio Playa
2729915 7 / 2729914 / 2729916
bodecar@enet.cu

101
Empresa de Producción de Piensos de Cienfuegos
Zona Industrial # 2, O´Bourque, Cienfuegos
0432 52 1356/ 52 2570
pienso@eimacfg.co.cu/
Piensos Cienfuegos

102
Empresa Industrial de Alimentos
Hacendado # 55, e/ Línea del Ferrocarril y Ave. del Puerto, Habana Vieja
8609440 / 8635873/8634291
comercial@indal.telemar.cu /director@indal.telemar.cu
INDAL

103
Empresa de Bebidas y Refrescos de Santi Spíritus
Bartolomé Masó 263 entre Buena Vista y Santa Elena, Santi Spiritus
22612/ 24451/ 25296
emberss@vcalimatic.cu
EMBER S.Spíritus

104
Empresa Azucarera "Ciro Redondo"
Eduardo Palmero # 8, Ciro Redondo
36203
marketing@cai515.ca.minaz.cu

105
Empresa Azucarera "Chile"
Jesús Menéndez s/n central Chile, San Luis
87109/ 87242
director@cai633.sc.minaz.cu

106
Empresa Agropecuaria de Santiago de Cuba
Calle 6 y Ave. Las Américas
623817
director@alimento.sc.minaz.cu

107
Empresa de Cultivos Varios Horquita
Calle Mariana Grajales, final; Horquita, Abreus.
0143 58 9266/ 58 9247
HORQUITA

108
Unión de Conservas y Vegetales
Calle E # 152, esquina a Calzada, Vedado
8322576/ 8324230
union@consva.com.cu

109
EMPRESA PESCA CARIBE
Calle La Rua, s/n y Final, Cojimar Habana del Este
7630028 (priv) y 7623937
alejandro@pcaribe.telemar.cu

110
Empresa de Servicios y Aseguramiento de la Agricultura de Ciudad de La Habana
Patria # 60 entre Calzada del Cerro y Final, Cerro.
8782065 / 8782847 / 8785773
asstach@sih.cu /catuca@cenia.inf.cu
ESACH

111
Empresa Azucarera "Julio Antonio Mella"
Calle Ingenio # 4, Municipio Mella
02257398
director@cai623.sc.minaz.cu

112
Empresa Pesquera de Granma
Ave. Camilo Cienfuegos km. 1, Manzanillo
54717
delia@pescag.co.cu
PESCAGRAN

113
Empresa Cítricos Arimao
Carretera a Cienfuegos No. 137 Cumanayagua. Cieunfuegos
0143 43 3031/ 43 3324
omar@cit.arimao.colombus.cu
CITAR

114
Empresa Provincial de Acopio de Camagüey
Calle Principe No. 57 e/ General Gómez y San Ramón. Camagüey
297342
acopio@eimanet.co.cu

115
Grupo Empresarial Agroindustrial de Santiago de Cuba
Calle L s/n e/ Ave. Las Américas y Calle 6ta. Reparto Sueño. Santiago de Cuba
653561 / 622246
presidente@gea.sc.minaz.cu
PREMAG

116
Empresa Azucarera Ignacio Agramonte
Batey Central Ignacio Agramonte, Florida Camagüey
53349 / 53012
sasa@agramonte.cm.minaz.cu

117
Empresa de Producciones Diversificadas Patria o Muerte
Calle 1ra. No. 60, Patri, Ciego de Avila
03355512 / 5514 / 5511
direccion@epdpatria.ca.minaz.cu

118
Empresa de Productos Lácteos Metropolitana
Concha No. 1 Esquina a Cristina. Habana Vieja.
992682 / 557154
delia@1metro.alimatic.cu

119
Empresa de Bebidas y Refrescos Guantánamo
17 Sur e/ 4 y 5 Oeste s/n Guantánamo
326837
rdupuy@dondiego.gtmo.inf.cudondiego@enet.cu
EMBER Guantánamo

120
Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones de la Caña de Azúcar
Carretera CAI Martínez Prieto, KM 2 y medio. Boyeros
262 4436 260 2571
negocios@inica.edu.cu
INICA

121
Empresa Forestal Integral Sancti Spíritus
Máximo Gómez No. 55 Norte e/ C Calderon y Tirso Marin, Sancti Spíritus
325508 / 322345
efiss@enet.cu

122
Empresa de Conservas de Vegetales Villa Clara
San Pablo No. 4 e/ Máximo Gómez y Juan Bruno Zayas, Villa Clara
202162 / 203791
convc@enet.cu

123
Empresa de Talleres Agropecuarios Villa Clara
Calle Cornelio s/n e/ Oquendo y Raul Alvarez, Reparto Virginia, Santa Clara.
291166 / 223913
agrometvc@enet.cu /agrometal@enet.cu

124
Empresa Importadora Exportadora de Equipos y Piezas de Ingeniería
Línea No. 8 Piso 6 e/ N y O. Vedado
8369650
gilberto@alimpex.co.cu /krodiles@alimpex.co.cu
ALIMPEX

125
Empresa Torrefactora de Café Regil
Independencia 189 Esq. Aranguren. Guanabacoa.
7979052 7976088
caferegil@enet.cu

126
Empresa Mayorista de Suministros Agropecuarios
Ave. Independencia No. 12555 esq. Capdevilla
6454300
isis@emsa.sih.curaulito@emsa.sih.cu
EMSA

127
Empresa de Aseguramiento Logístico del Tabaco
Ave. 315 No. 16205 e/ 162 y 164
6849737-38-39
raul@logitabacuba.curene@logitabacuba.cumagali@logitabacuba.cuaylin@logitabacuba.cu
Logitabacuba

128
Grupo Empresarial Frutícola
Av. Independencia No.11111 esq. Vento
6438302/6438269/6438227
despacho@gef.cu rgm@gef.curaul@gef.cu

 

Sección Servicios

Agencia Internacional de Inspección, Ajuste de Averías y Otros Servicios Conexos
INTERMAR, S.A.
Calle F # 560 e/ 23 y 25 Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana
833-2493 /94 /833-2281
dacha@casamatriz.intermar.cucomerciales@casamatriz.intermar.cu

Agencia de Protección contra Incendios
APCI
CALLE MORRO, NO. 158, ENTRE COLON Y TROCADERO
860-5301/ 861-5958
apci@apci.cu marlene@apci.cu lourdes@apci.cu

Almacenes Universales, S.A.
AUSA
Calle Fábrica e/ Aspura y Línea del Ferrocarril. Habana Vieja
690-2359 / 690-2360
presidencia@cmatriz.ausa.cu leila@cmatriz.ausa.cueduardo@cmatriz.ausa.cu

Asistencia al Turista, S.A.
ASISTUR
Paseo del Prado No. 208, e/ Trocadero y colón, Habana Vieja. Ciudad de La Habana
866-8859
asistur@asistur.cu/ jrol@asistur.cu

Asociación Nacional de Innovadores y Racionalizadores
ANIR
Calle 40 No. 518 e/ 5ta.-A y 7ma., Miramar, Playa Ciudad de La Habana
209-6670 / 203-4418
anir@ceniai.inf.cu

Banco Popular de Ahorro
B.P.A.
Calle 16 No. 306 e/ 3ra. y 5ta., Miramar, Playa, Ciudad de La Habana
203-0247
margarita@mail.bpa.cu

Bufete Balsanyda y Asociados
(none)
Calle2 Nº 115 e/ 1ra y 3ra, Miramar, Playa
204-0672 / 204-5944/204-5945
mirita@compunet.co.cu alex@compunet.co.cu

Bufete Internacional
B.I.
Calle 5ta Avenida No. 16202, esq. 162, Rpto. Flores, Playa, Ciudad de La Habana
204-51-26/ 204-5127
directora@bufeteinternacional.cu

División de Mensajería y Cambio Internacional
CUBAPOST-EMS
Vento y Camaguey
646-4600
orestes@ecc.cu

Grupo Empresarial Comercial Caracol
CARACOL, S.A.
Calle 1ra. No. 2003 e/ 20 y 22, Miramar, Ciudad de La Habana
204-1618 / 204-1408 / 204 -1618
preside@caracol.cu isabel@caracol.cu

Centro de Gestión de la Información y Desarrollo de la Energía
CUBAENERGÍA
Calle 20 No. 4111 e/ 18-A y 47, Miramar, Playa Ciudad de La Habana.
203-1412 / 202-7527
aldama@cubaenergia.cu / mariat@cubaenergia.cu

Compañía Turística HABAGUANEX S.A.
HABAGUANEX S.A.
Oficios No. 110 e/ Amargura y Lamparilla, Habana Vieja, Ciudad de La Habana
861-1035
gerencia.comercial@enet.cu

Consultores Asociados, S.A.
CONAS, S.A.
5ta. Ave. No. 2201 esq. A 22, Miramar, Ciudad de La Habana
204-0781/ 204-0207 / 204-2988
conas@conas.co.cu / elvira@conas.co.cu

Consultorías y Avalúos S.A.
CONAVANA, S.A.
Calle 8 No. 306 e/ 13 y 15, Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana
836-7342/ 43 833 2516/17
consultores@conavana.cu leiskia@conavana.cutania@conavana.cu

Corporación Panamericana, S.A.
(none)
Ave. 7ma. No. 6209 e/ 62 y 66, Miramar
204-2728 /202-9088
presidenciapanam@centralholding.com/negocios@centralholding.com

Cubadeportes, S.A.
CDP
Calle 20 No. 710 e/ 7ma. y 9na., Miramar, Ciudad de La Habana.
204-4217/ 204-8715
gral@cubadeportes.cu / agencia1@cubadeportes.cu

Empresa Comercializadora de Materias Primas y Productos Intermedios
MAPRINTER
Calle 23 No. 55 8vo. Piso, Vedado.
838-0645 / 885-2971 al 73
direccion@maprinter.mincex.cu /odalys@maprinter.mincex.cu

Empresa Cubana Importadora y Exportadora de Productos Técnicos
TECNOIMPORT
Ave.Puerto,Edif. La Marina, 4to piso, e/ Juztìs y Obrapìa, No 102 .
869 56 01 / 861 55 52
romero@ti.gae.com.cu/ mora@ti.gae.com.cu

Empresa Cubana Importadora y Exportadora de Servicios, Artículos y Productos Especializados
TECNOTEX
Calle San Pedro y Obrapía, Edificio La Marina.
861-5526 / 861-3536
jdespacho@tecnotex.gae.com.cu /daniel@tecnotex.gae.com.cu

Empresa Especializada Importadora, Exportadora y Distribuidora para la Ciencia y la Técnica
EMIDICT
Calle 16 No. 102 esq. a 1ra.Miramar.
203-4647 / 202-8435
calixto@emidict.com.cu regla@emidict.com.cu

Empresa Importadora-Exportadora de Abastecimientos Técnicos
EMIAT
Calle 20 No. 519 e/ 5ta y 7ma, Miramar, Playa
203-0345 / 203-0389 / 203- 0213
olgal@emiat.co.cu / rita@emiat.co.cu

Empresa Nacional de Frigoríficos
ENFRIGO
Muralla No. 454 e/ Cristo y Villegas, Habana Vieja, Ciudad de La Habana
862-3556 / 861-2660 /8627005
direccion@enfrigo.com.cu

Empresa Nacional de Producción y Servicios a la Educación Superior
E.N.P.S.E.S
Calle San Miguel 1111 e/ Mazón y Basarrate, Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana
no hay
onelm@assets.com.cu

Grupo Empresarial Campismo Popular
GECP
Calle 15 No. 752 esq. a Paseo, Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana
8305536 al 39
eduardito@campismopopular.cu /juridico@campismopopular.cu

Comercializadora ITH, S.A.
ITH
Calle 15 No. 851 e/ 4 y 6, Plaza de la Revolución, Ciudad de la Habana Cuba
8312149 / 8310427 al 35 ext 175
presidente@ith.cu oria@ith.cu antonio@ith.cu

Grupo Empresarial Emprestur S.A.
EMPRESTUR, S.A.
Calle 19 No. 1002 Esq. A 10, Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana
831-9595 -128
comercial@emprestur.tur.cu

Empresa de Seguros Nacionales
ESEN
Calle 5ta. No. 306 e/ C y D, Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana
830-3293 / 832-2508 / 832-5510
humberto@esen.com.cu drb@esen.com.cu

Equipo de Servicios de Traductores e Intérpretes
ESTI
Calle Línea No. 507 e/ D y E, Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana.
832-7586 al 89 / 835-1208
lida.rodriguez@esti.cu milagros.franco@esti.cu

Grupo de Turismo Gaviota
GAVIOTA, S.A.
Edificio La Marina, Ave del Puerto No. 102 e/ Justiz y Obrapía, Habana Vieja, Ciudad de La Habana
866-6777 ext 2370, 2364, 2294
despacho@gaviota..cu

Grupo Empresarial GEOCUBA
GEOCUBA
Calle 19 esquina 84. Playa. La Habana. 11300. Cuba
202-2891 / 204-2869
eladio@geocuba.cu / sires@geocuba.cu

Inmobiliaria Fénix, S.A.
FENIX S.A.
Calle Monserrate No. 261 e/ San Juan de Dios y Empedrado, Habana Vieja, Ciudad de la Habana
862-9310 / 862-9370
sp@fenix-sa.cu

Instituto de Cibernética, Matemática y Física
ICIMAF
Calle 15 No. 551 e/ C y D, Vedado,
832-7764 / 832-2688
luis@icmf.cu / betty@icmf.cu

Instituto de Geografía Tropical
IGT
Calle F No. 302 e/ 13 y 15, Vedado, Ciudad de La Habana
832-4295 / 832-1108 / 832-0262
norka@geotech.cu marlen@geotech.cu

Instituto de Información Científica y Tecnológica
IDICT
18 A e/ 41 y 47
203-1850 / 202-7885
carmen@idict.cu / fcaballero@idict.cu

Instituto de Proyectos Azucareros
IPROYAZ
Carretera al CAI Martínez Prieto, km 21/2, Boyeros, Ciudad de La Habana
260-9431/ 267-7615
dir.negocios@iproyaz.co.cu

Inversiones Gamma, S.A.
(none)
Calle 14 No. 308 e/ 3ra. y 5ta., Miramar, Ciudad de La Habana
204-9153 / 202-2525 / 202-2515 / 204-9117
gamma@gamma.com.cu / adrian@gamma.com.cu

Agentes de Propiedad Industrial
LEX, S.A
Ave 1ra. No. 1001 esq. a 10, Miramar, Playa Ciudad de La Habana
204-9093 / 204-3678 / 204-1657
/ juridico1@lex-sa.cu

Empresa Fama
FAMA
Mercaderes No. 26 e/ O`Reilly y Empedrado. Habana Vieja
862-8553 / 862-5086-87 / 862-5088
direccion@fama.cu

Oficina Nacional de Diseño Industrial
ONDI
Ave. 47 No. 3446 e/ Ave. 41 y Calle 34, Rpto. Kohly, Ciudad de La Habana.
203-0797 / 203-0432 / 203-0697
no hay por el momento

Grupo Empresarial PALCO
Grupo PALCO
Calle 146 e/ 11 y 13, Cubanacán, Playa, Ciudad de La Habana
202-6011 al 19 / 204-1700 /208 -5312
maciques@palco.cu / isabel@palco.cu

Centro de Tecnología y Calidad
CTEC
Reina No. 410 e/ Gervasio y Escobar, Centro Habana, Ciudad de la Habana
862-1276 / 863-1288 / 862-1230
lazaro@ctec.co.cu lolarena@cetec.cullarena@ctec.cu

Financiera CIMEX, S.A.
FINCIMEX, S.A.
Calle 8 No.319 e/. 5ta y 3era, Miramar.
204-1813 / 204-3191 / 204-7929
lmartinez@cimex.com.cu

Corporación CIMEX, S.A.
CIMEX, S.A.
Calle Primera e/ 0 y 2. Miramar.
203-9815 / 203-9816
oroza@cimex.com.cu / sandra@cimex.com.cumariela@cimex.com.cu

Seguros Internacionales de Cuba, S.A.
ESICUBA
Cuba No. 314 e/ Obispo y Obrapía.
862-8031-38 ext. 1410 / 866-8400-01
mariaantonia@esicuba.cu / josecarlos@esicuba.cu

Servicios Especializados de Protección, S.A.
SEPSA S.A.
Calle Morro no 159 e/Trocadero y Colón
864-8436
mayte.dgs@sepsa.cu/ romero.dgs@sepsa.cu

Servicios Internacionales de Supervisión CUBACONTROL, S.A.
CUBACONTROL, S.A
Calle Conill No. 580 esq. a 26, Nuevo Vedado
855-5733
juliopg@cubacontrol.com.cu /alexanderrpr@cubacontrol.com.cu

Servicios de Seguridad Integral, S.A.
SEISA
Calle 10 No 122 esq. 3ra. Miramar, Playa
204-8000 ext 500/505
adelina@seisa.cu / yamilet@seisa.cu

Consultores y Abogados Internacionales
CONABI
Edificio Casa Palacio, Lonja del Comercio, 2J, Calle Lamparilla No. 2, Habana Vieja
8608866 / 8614560 / 8618273
jtorres@conabi.cu

Intercambio Científico Educacional
ICE
Calle 24 No. 116 e/ 1ra. y 3ra., Miramar, Ciudad de La Habana
202-2273/203-3221/203-3009
ice@ceniai.inf.cu

Empresa de Diseño y Comercializadora
SEDIS
Calzada de Luyanó No.802 entre Línea del Ferrocarril y López, Luyanó
698-3748 /698-8209 /699-1596
direccion@sedis.cu, sedis@sedis.cu

Bufete de Servicios Especializados
BES
Calle 23 , No 501 esq J. Vedado.
832-6813 / 832-6024 / 835 -3160
nuris.bes@onbc.cu / besnet@ceniai.inf.cu

Empresa de Contratación de Asistencia Técnica
CUBATECNICA
Calle 12 No. 513 e/ 5ta y 7ma, .Miramar, Ciudad de La Habana
202-7455 / 202-3270
zoe@cubatecnica.cu

Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecurias " Jorge Dimitrov"
(none)
Carretera Bayamo-Manzanillo Km 16 1/2, Peralejos. Bayamo
48 4267 483254 / 483257 / 483235
mvcisnero@dimitrov.cu/ jlnaranjo@dimitroc.cu

Instituto de Geología y Paleontología
IGP
Vía Blanca No. 1002 e/ Carretera Central y Línea del Ferrocarril, San Miguel del Padrón.
696- 7232 / 696- 7079
bienvenido@igp.gms.minbas.cukenya@igp.gms.minbas.cu

Grupo Hotelero Gran Caribe, S.A.
(none)
Ave. 7ma Nro 4210 e/ 42 y 44 Playa, Ciudad de La Habana
204-0575/ 204-0572
presidencia@grancaribe.gca.tur.cu

Recinto de Exposiciones de Holguín
Expo-Holguín
Avenida de Los Libertadores Nro 144, Holguín
48-2111 / 48-2431
isanchez@expo.holguin.cu/ mcano@expo.holguin.cu

Empresa Nacional de Investigaciones Aplicadas
ENIA
Calle 100 Nro 9107 e/ Vento y 16 Altahabana, Boyeros, Ciudad de La Habana, CP 10800
683-4189
valle@enia.co.cu

Centro de Estudios de Tecnologías Avanzadas
CETA
Calle 22 entre 1ra y Mar. Miramar
204-0745
amiranda@ceta.cujae.edu.cu /japerez@ctea.cujae.edu.cu

Grupo de Importación y Exportación de la Oficina Historiador de la Ciudad de La Habana
GEI
San Ignacio No. 4 e/ Tejadillo y Chacón .
861-1187 / 863-9892 / 868- 3579-82
maiten@gei.ohc.cu / odilioa@gei.ohc.cu

Empresa de Ferias Agropecuarias
(none)
Ave. Independencia No. 31108 Boyeros. Ciudad de La Habana
57 9002 / 6839077
feria@enet.cu

Empresa de Diseño y Servicios de Ingeniería
IDS
Calle Línea # 8 e/ N y O, Vedado. Ciudad de la Habana
832-6301/ 830-930/ 832- 65 76/78 ext. 104
direccionempresa@empresa.co.cuzulema@empresa.co.cu

Agencia de Viajes ECOTUR, S.A.
ECOTUR, S.A.
Ave. Independencia No. 116 Km. 1 1/2 Esq. Santa Catalina. Cerro
6491055, 6487647
dir_gerencia@mail.ecotur.co.cu

Empresa Comercializadora Integral de Tecnologías Especiales Desarrolladas
Impresos de Seguridad
Calle 23, esquina Giralt Arroyo Naranjo.
696-7271 / 696-7260
marrero@impreso.co.cu

Centro de Histoterapia Placentaria
CHP
Calle 18 No.4302 Entre 42 y 47 Miramar, Playa
202-0603 / 202-0594
chp@infomed.sld.cu coplanta@infomed.sld.cu

Cubamar Viajes, S.A.
Cubamar
Paseo No. 572 e/ 13 y 15, Vedado, Plaza. Ciudad de La Habana.
866-2524 / 866-2523
mayda@cubamarviajes.cu

Empresa de Proyectos Agropecuarios Ciudad de La Habana
ENPA
Conill Esq. Ave. Independencia, Piso 10 Edificio Minag. Plaza
884-7440/884-5493 / 884-5269 / 8845537/8845493
castro@enpa.minag.cu neya@enpa.minag.cu

Banco Exterior de Cuba
BEC
Calle 23 esq a P Vedado. Plaza
838-0950/ 838-0794
rpublicas@bec.co.cu bec@bec.co.cu

INTERAUDIT, S.A.
INTERAUDIT, S.A.
Ave. Zoológico # 72 e/ 36 y Ulloa, Nuevo Vedado, Plaza. Ciudad de la Habana
883-3179
elvira.armada@interaudir.cujoice.arcan@interaudit.cu

Grupo de Seguros y Servicios Financieros de Cuba, S.A.
Grupo Caudal, S.A.
Ave. 43 No. 2210 e/ 22 y 24. Playa. Ciudad de La Habana.
204-8813 al 22
caudal@caudal.cu / juanca@caudal.cu

Aguas de La Habana
Aguas de La Habana
Fomento y Recreo, Reparto Palatino. Cerro. Ciudad de La Habana.
6434950 ext. 216
lcano@ahabana.co.cu / joller@ahabana.co.cu

Empresa de Gestión del Conocimiento y la Tecnología
GECYT
Calle 20 No. 4110 E/ 41 y 47 Playa. Ciudad de La Habana
203-0160 / 202-7920
milagros@gecyt.cu / yoanys@gecyt.cu

Centro Internacional de La Habana, S.A.
CIH, S.A.
Calle 20 entre 31 A y 33, Miramar. Playa. Ciudad de La Habana.
204- 2843 /204-1802
cih@cih.cu/ susana@cih.cu

Empresa de Servicios de Ingeniería y Diseño de Granma
(none)
Ave. Frank País, # 46. Rpto: Jesús Menéndez.
42-4114/42-5395
helmer@esid.gecgr.co.cu

Instituto de Geofísica y Astronomía
IGA
Calle 212 No. 2906 e/ 29 y 31, Rpto. La Coronela, Lisa, Ciudad de la Habana
273-9497 / 271- 4331 / 271-0644 /
lpalacio@iga.cu iga@iga rmartin@iga.cu

Empresa Empleadora del Níquel
(none)
Carrtera El Puerto s/n Rolo Monterrey Moa, Holguín
02468205 / 6-2480
ofonseca@cis.moa.minbas.cu

Banco Nacional de Cuba
BNC
Aguiar 456 e/ Lamparilla y Amargura, Habana Vieja, Ciudad de la Habana
8669729 / 8669512 / 8669125
irma@bnc.cu

Empresa de Investigaciones, Proyectos de Ingeniería de Matanzas
(none)
San Vicente Final S/N.
292289 / 292712
direcciongral@eipimz.hidro.cu eipimat@enet.cucomercial@eipimz.hidro.cu

Grupo Empresarial Extrahotelero Palmares S.A.
GEE PALMARES, S.A.
Linea # 60 esq. M, Vedado, Plaza.
836-2187
despacho@gee.palmares.cu

Agencia de Certificación y Consultoría de Seguridad y Protección
ACERPROT
5ta Ave. # 8213 e/ 82 y 84, Miramar, Playa
205-9900 / 205-9753
vladimir@acerprot.co.cu/ josefina@acerprot.co.cu

CUBANACAN EXPRESS, S.A.
(none)
Calzada Manglar No 578 e/ Calzada de Infanta y Retiro
873-6660 /873-6664
dircubex@cubex.tur.cu / comcourier@cubex.tur.cu

Representaciones Platino, S.A.
PLATINO S.A.
Calle 16 No. 504 e/ 9na y 5ta Miramar
204-6349 / 2048853
eddyramos@platino.co.cu / platino@platico.co.cu

Casa Consultora DISAIC
DISAIC
Calzada de Buenos Aires #100 entre Consejero Arango y Leonor, Cerro
877-5976
yovana@disaic.cu / tamargo@disaic.cu

Empresa de Servicios de Aseguramiento de la Calidad
ESAC
Calle 349 No. 18009 e/ 180 y 160 Rpto 1ro. de Mayo, Boyeros.
683-9028 / 683-2057/ 6832058
cristobal@enet.cu / moreira@esac.co.cu /sergio@esac.cu cristobal@enet.cu

Grupo Internacional de Turoperadores y Agencias de Viajes, Havanatur S.A.
HAVANATUR, S.A.
Ave 5ta No.18204 e/ 182 y 184,Reparto Flores.
272-4646 ext 130 / 272 -4646 ext 143
presidencia@havanatur.cu / mayrasa@havanatur.cu

Consultoría Jurídica Internacional, S.A.
(none)
Calle 16 # 314 e/ 3ra y 5ta Avenida, Miramar, Playa
204-2490 / 204-3370 / 204-7746
pavon@cji.cu / bacallao@cji.cu

Zona Especializada de Logística y Comercio, S.A.
ZELCOM, S.A.
Carretera de Berroa, Km 1 Habana del Este.
795-9704/ 795-9137 al 39
mtamara@cimex.com.cu orield@cimex.com.cu

AT Comercial, S.A.
AT Comercial
Ave del Puerto No. 102 e/ Justiz y Obrapía, Habana Vieja.
869-5825 / 866-9848 / 867-0404 ext. 2378
despa_at@gaviota.gav.tur.cualegal_at@gaviota.gav.tur.cu

Empresa Ejecutora de Donativos
EMED
Calle 24 # 111 entre 1ra y 3ra, Miramar
206-5326
secdireccion@donativos.mincex.cu

Corporación ANTEX, S.A.
ANTEX
Edificio La Marina, Avenida del Puerto # 102 esq. Obrapía, Habana Vieja
866-2737/ 866-9897/866-8193
pres@antex.co.cu

Corporación Financiera Azucarera, S.A.
ARCAZ
Calle 41 No. 7212 e/ 70 y 72 Playa
205- 5394-95
mariadelcarmen.dono@arcaz.minaz.cumanuel.fernandez@arcaz.minaz.cu

Grupo Empresarial de la Ciencia, la Tecnología y el Medio Ambiente
INNOMAX
Calle 20 No 4112 e/ 41 y 47.Playa, La Habana.
202-9394/ 2025535
miguelj@innomax.cu lazaro@innomax.cu

Consultores Legales y Agentes de Invenciones y Marcas, S.A.
CLAIM, S.A.
Lamparilla No 2, Lonja del Comercio, Planta baja, Oficina G, Habana Vieja
866-0755 / 866 0743
presidencia@claim.com.cu

Museo Nacional de la Historia Natural de Cuba
MNHN
Obispo 61 entree Oficios y Baratillo Habana Vieja
863-9361/ 863-9370/ 863-1268
economia@mnhnc.inf.cu

Empresa de Correos de Cuba
ECC
Calzada de Vento Km. 3 ½ entre Camaguey y Línea del Ferrocarril. Cerro
646-4666 /64646-74
despacho@ecc.cu

Banco de Inversiones, S.A.
(none)
5ta esquina a 68, 6802, Miramar, Playa
204-3373 / 204-3374
inversiones@bdi.cu, sandro@bdi.cu

Empresa Prácticos de Puertos de la República de Cuba
Prácticos de Cuba
San Pedro #1, espigón Sierra Maestra Nº 2 Habana Vieja
862-9270 / 862-1840 / 866-8338
prado@epp.trasnet.cu / yaderyn@epp.trasnet.cu

Centro de Información y Gestión Tecnológica de Santiago de Cuba
MEGACEN
Rosado # 459 entre San Gerónimo y Enramada, Santiago
65-1308 / 62-7402/ 62-8291
zoe@megacen.ciges.inf.cu

Empresa de Servicios de Ingeniería Nº 3
ESI # 3
Calle 13 No. 8209 E/ 82 y 84. Playa.
206-8033 / 206- 7749
direccion@esitres.netcons.com.cujorge@esitres.netcons.com.cu

Centro de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas
CIME
Ave. 51 # 23611, esquina a 240, SanAgustín
262-8780 - 84
omar.nieves@magcime.cu /alexander.leyva@magcime.cu

Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones en Metrología
INIMET
Consulado # 206 entre Ánimas y Trocadero Centro Habana
862-0536/ 862-3041-43 / 863- 8802
direccion@inimet.cu maidique@inimet.cu

Empresa Habana Inmuebles
HINES
Desamparados # 201, Habana Vieja.
861-7685 / 862-6057 866-2848
sec-ejecutiva@hines.transnet.cu marcia@hines.cudircomercial@hines.transnet.cu

Instituto de Ecología y Sistemática
IES
Carretera de Varona, km 3 1/2, Capdevila, Boyeros
643-8088 / 643-8780 / 643-8266
direccion.ies@ama.cu

Empresa Provincial de Mantenimiento y Reparación de Ascensores
UNISA
Ánimas # 459 entre Manrique y San Nicolás, Centro Habana
862 -3021 / 23
feyt@unisa.ch.gov.cu / comercial@unisa.ch.gov.cu

Gilmar Project, S.A.
GILMAR PROJECT, S.A.
Calle2 Nº 115 e/ 1ra y 3ra, Miramar, Playa
204-1752
gilmar@compunet.co.cu

Centro de Ingeniería e Investigaciones Químicas
CIIQ
Vía Blanca E/ Infanta y Palatino. Cerro
648 9188 - 92
escsdrnsjur@ciiq.minbas.cu / ciiqdir@ciiq.minbas.cu

Parque Zoológico Nacional de Cuba
PZN
Carretera Varona Km 3 1/2 Cadevila Boyeros
683-8054
pzn@ceniai.inf.cu

Consultoría Económica CANEC, S.A.
CANEC, S.A.
Calle C Nº5 e/ 1ra y 3ra, Vedado
836-9000 / 836-9009
descirector@canec.co.cu /mercadotecnia@canec.co.cu

Unidad Presupuestada Inversionista Oficina del Historiador de La Habana
UPI-OHCH
Amargura 68 e/ San Ignacio y Mercaderes, Habana Vieja
860-8881 al 89 / 862-9540 /86-4203
yamel@upi.ohc.cu/ johannag@upi.ohc.cu/klarissa@upi.ohc.cu

Grupo Empresarial del Ministerio de Educación Superior
GEMES
San Miguel # 1111 e/ Mazón y Basarrate. Plaza
878-4991 y 92/ 876- 4566
loly@gemes.co.cu / carmita@gemes.co.cu

Empresa de Investigaciones y Proyectos Hidráulicos de Villa Clara
EIPH
Ave Libertadores No 201 entre Jesús Menéndez y Danielito Santa Clara
20-2330
willian@iphvc.hidro.cu

Empresa Provincial de Seguridad y Protección del Consejo de Administración Provincial
SEPRO HOLGUÍN
NARCISO LOPEZ NO. 112 ENTRE ARIAS Y AGRAMONTE
46-1660 / 47-4074
no tiene

Centro de Investigaciones Psicológicas y Sociológicas
CIPS
Calle 15 esq. B No. 352 Vedado
830-1451 / 833-5366 / 833-7787
cips@cips.cu midominguez@ceniai.inf.cu

Empresa de Soluciones Mecánicas de Cienfuegos
SOMEC
Avenida 56 No 5106, Entre 51 y 53 Cienfuegos
(43)55-02 73
silvia@somec.co.cu / h.eduardo@somecfg.co.cu

Empresa de Investigaciones y Proyectos Hidráulicos de Santiago de Cuba
EIPH Santiago de Cuba
Ave Las Américas s/n Frente Micro-7 Distrito José Martí Santiago de Cuba
634217 / 632928 / 632927
idarmis@egeas.hidro.cu

Comercial Take Off S.A.
CTO
Calle 15 No. 654 e/ A y B. Vedado C. Habana
833- 3626-28
pre@takeoff.avianet.cupablo.moreno@takeoff.avianet.cu

Empresa de Servicios de Ingeniería de Santiago de Cuba
ESI
Av. Victoriano Garzón No. 61, esq. Carretera Central
(022) 65 1189 /65-7475, 65
matamoros@escopas.codesa.co.cu

Empresa de Talleres de Cienfuegos
ESECT
Carretera O´Bourque Km 2 y medio. Zona Industrial No. 2, Cienfuegos
51 1528/ 51 2032 / 55 2300
director@eseec.co.cu

Empresa Geocuba Villa Clara Sancti Spíritus
(none)
Carretera Central No. 58 Esq. Toscano. Santa Clara
042- 202625 / 206672
bilma@vclgeocuba.cu

Agencia de Energía Nuclear y Tecnologías de Avanzada
AENTA
Calle 20 No. 4709 e/ 47 y 18 A,
202-2529 / 206-2754
santana@aen.energia.inf.cu / jld@aen.energia.inf.cu

Empresa de Servicios a la Ciencia, Tecnología y Medio Ambiente
SERVICITMA
Calle 18 A No. 4126 esq. 47. Miramar
202-7885 /203-0037/ 206-7799
dgsegen@ceniai.inf.cu yamile@gesegen.cujestrada@gesegen.cu

Empresa Cubana de Aeropuertos y Servicios Aeronáuticos, S.A
ECASA, S.A
Ave. Independencia km 15 1/2, e/ Van Troi y 343
649- 5137
franco@ecasa.avianet.cu / urda@ecasa.avianet.cu

Empresa Estatal Socialista GEOCUBA La Habana
GEOCUBA La Habana
Loma y 39. Nuevo Vedado
881- 6942 / 881- 7088
pascual@geosi.geocuba.cu/marzuaga@geosi.geocuba.cu

Empresa de Ingeniería y Servicios de Desmantelamiento
ISDE
Infanta No.60 e/ P y 25
836 8887/ 836 5158
delgado@isde.co.cu / evelio@isde.co.cu /calberto@isde.co.cu

Empresa Mixta Comercializadora D´Leone S.A
D´Leone S.A
Lamparilla No.2, Edificio Lonja del Comercio, 5to. Piso, Oficina C
860-9879 / 860-9880
gerencia@dleone.ohc.cu comercial@dleone.ohc.cusecretaria@dleone.ohc.cu

Centro de Investigación de la Energía Solar de Santiago de Cuba
CIES
Reparto Abel Santamaría, km 5 1/2, Carretera Siboney, Stgo de Cuba
67- 1131/ 67-5073/ 67-2689
rramos@cies.ciges.inf.cu / erivera@cies.inf.cu

Banco Metropolitano S.A
BANMET
O`Reilly No. 402 e/ Compostela y Aguacate
878-7766
relacionespublicas@banmet.cu

Empresa de Impresiones Directas y Offset
GIDO
San Indalecio No. 162 entre Via Blanca y Tamarindo
641-6587 / 640-5712
sergio@gido.transnet.cu gido@transnet.cu,magdagido@trnsnet.cu

Centro Nacional de Electromagnetismo Aplicado
CNEA
Ave. Las Américas e/ Calle L y Calle I, Reparto Ampliación de Terrazas
(22)646378/ 646380/ 643721
monica@cnea.uo.edu.cu

Empresa de Gestión Informática y las Comunicaciones, GESEI
GESEI
Infanta No 16 e/ 23 y Humbolt, Vedado.
838-0436 / 838-1579
jacky@gesei.cu / nora@gesei.cu

Empresa de Servicios Tecnológicos
CTEC
Reina No. 410 e/ Gervasio Y Escobar.
862-1230 / 863-1288 /862-1276
jsuarez@ctec.cu / pijuan@ctec.cu /mcuenca@ctec.cu

Empresa Geocuba Oriente Sur
(none)
Serafín Sánchez, Reparto 30 de noviembre.
0122 648737 /6488747/ 648313
mkt@santiago.geocuba.cu

Empresa de Servicios Ingenieros para la Dirección Intengrada de Proyectos Mariel, ESI DIP Mariel
ESI DIP Mariel
Carretera a Quiebra Hacha, kilometro 8 1/2, Peninsula de Angosta, Vista del Mar
047/398786 -397904 -397907
perera@dipmariel.co.cu / epalmero@dipmariel.co.cu

Servicios a la Aviacíon Civil S.A
SERVAC S.A
Calle 23 No 64 esq.P . Vedado
833-0049

DESCCEDEN DEL CARIBE S.A

CENTRO INTERNACIONAL DE LA HABANA S.A.

PINARES, S.A.

EMPRESA NACIONAL DE SOFTWARE

ALCOHOLES CUBANOS S.A. (SIN OPERACIONES)

MEDICAL HOLDING, S.A.

REPRESENTACIONES PLATINO, S.A.

CONSIGNATARIA DOR, S.A.

PRENSA LATINA AGENCIA INFORMATIVA LATINOAMERICANA, S.A.

UNION DE EMPRESAS CONSTRUCTORA DEL CARIBE S.A. (UNECA)

PROMOTORA S.A.FINANCIERA S.A.

BANCO FINANCIERO INTERNACIONAL S.A.

BUFETE DE ASESORIAS INTERNACIONALES, S.A.

DON CANGREJO S.A.

CORPORACION COPEXTEL S.A.

EDME COMPANY S.A

INVERSIONES LOCARINOS S.A.

SERVICIO COMERCIAL EXTERIOR S.A (SERCOMEX)

FINANCIERA CAUDAL, S.A.

EMPRESA DE SEGUROS INTERNACIONALES DE CUBA S.A.

ESICUBA S.A.

AGENCIA INTERNACIONAL DE INSPECCION, AJUSTE DE AVERIAS Y OTROS SERVICIOS CONEXOS,

INTERMAR S.A

REPRESENTACION DE FIRMAS EXTRANJERAS REFEX, S.A.

SERVICIOS DE SEGURIDAD INTEGRAL, S.A.

EMPRESA DE SERVICIOS COMERCIALES S.A. (ESCO S.A.)

MERCURIUS S.A

LATINO AMERICANA DE COMERCIO S.A. (INACTIVA)

INVERSIONES GAMMA S.A.

RESIDENCIAL TARARA S.A.

YANSA CORPORATION INTERNACIONAL S.A.

COMERCIAL DESARROLLO MEDICO S.A.

CODEME S.A.

PROMOCIONES ARTISTICAS Y LITERARIAS, S.A. (ARTEX)

COMERCIALIZADORA INTERNACIONAL DE MINERALES TECNICOS S.A.

POR CONTRACCION CIMTEC S.A

CELIMAR S.A.

INTERCO S.A.

GRUPO DE TURISMO GAVIOTA, S.A.

CORPORACION COMERCIAL ANTEX, S.A.

TECNOSUMA INTERNACIONAL, S.A.

HEBER BIOTEC S.A.

NEURONIC S.A.

LABORATORIOS ERON S.A

EMPRESA DE REPRESENTACIONES ASISTENCIA Y SERVICIOS TURISTICOS,

SERVITURCOMERCIAL CUPET S.A.

ASISTENCIA AL TURISMO S.A.

ASISTUR S.A.

ZONA ESPECIALIZADA DE LOGISTICA Y COMERCIO, S.A.

ZELCOM, S.A.

COMMERCIAL CARIBBEAN NICKEL S.A.

ECOT S.A. (SIN OPERACION)

AGENCIA DE CONTRATACION A REPRESENTACION COMERCIALES S.A.

ACOREC S.A.

LABORATORIOS DALMER S.A.

FINATUR S.A.

CIMAB S.A.

CORPORACION PANAMERICANA, S.A.

INTERAUDIT S.A.,

SOCIEDAD CIVIL DE SERVICIOSMACNOR S.A.(SIN OPERACION)

COMPANIA HOTELERA DE LA HABANA

GEOMINERA S.A.

POLIGRAFICA S.A. (SIN OPERACION)

HAVANA RUM AND LIQUORS S.A. (SIN OPERACIONES PERO ES DUENA DE ACCIONES)

AEROVARADERO S.A.

TECC S.A.

LABIOFAM S.A.

GRUPO NUEVA BANCA S.A.

GEOMAR S.A.

CORPORACION CUBA RON S.A.

SERVICIOS ESPECIALIZADOS DE PROTECCION S.A. SEPSA S.A.

RESTAURACION NEUROLOGICA S.A.

BANCO INTERNACIONAL DE COMERCIO S.A, BICSA

COMPANIA TURISTICA HABAGUANEX S.A.

TALLER DE REACONDICIONAMIENTO DE PIEZAS NAVALES E INDUSTRIALES S.A

TRENA S.A.

TELEFONICA ANTILLANA S.A.

ALMACENES UNIVERSALES S.A.

CONSULTORES MARITIMOS, S.A. (COMAR)

CITRICOS CARIBE S.A.

CORAL CONTAINER LINES S.A.

PRODUCCIONES TRIMAGEN S.A.

AGENCIA DE ESPECTACULOS ARTISTICOS TURARTE S.A.

CASA FINANCIERA FINTUR S.A.

AGENCIA DE VIAJES CUBATUR S.A.

DISENO INDUSTRIAL, S.A. (DISA)

CUBANACAN EXPRESS S.A.

GRUPO EMPRESARIAL COMERCIALIZADORA ITH S.A.

RESIDENCIAL TURISTICO MARINA HEMINGWAY, S.A.

TURISMO Y SALUD S.A

CASA DE CAMBIOS S.A, CADECA, S.A.

AEROGAVIOTA S.A.

\PETROCIMEX, S.A. (SIN ACTIVIDAD)

CONSULTORES ASOCIADOS, S.A.

PROTEC S.A.

COMPLEJO LAS TERRAZAS, S.A.

EXPEDIMAR S.A.

SERVICIOS INTERNACIONALES DE SUPERVISION. CUBACONTROL S.A.TREVISO TRADING CORPORATION S.A. (inactiva)

TRANSIME, S.A.

SERMAR S.A.

GRUPO INTERNACIONAL DE TUROPERADORES Y AGENCIAS DE VIAJES, HAVANATUR S.A.

ALCONA S.A.

PRODUCCIONES ABDALA S.A.

GENERAL NICKEL,

S.A.R.T.V. COMERCIAL S.A.

INTERSUCHEL S.A. (SIN OPERACION)

CONSULTORIA JURIDICA INTERNACIONALFINANCIERA NACIONAL S.A.

FINSAFINANCIERA CIMEX S.A.

RADO Y ASOCIADOS, S.A.

BIOCEN S.A.

INVERSIONES CIMEX S.A.

LEX S.A.

AGENCIA DE PROPIEDAD INDUSTRIAL

CORPORACION ALIMENTARIA S.A.

CORALSA S.A.

EMPRESA CUBANA DE SERVICIOS, S.A.

ECUSECOMERCIAL CIMEX, S.A. (INACTIVA)

CORPORACION CIMEX, S.A.

AGENCIA DE VIAJES CUBANACAN S.A.

 

 

CAGUAYO, S.A.

VACUNAS FINLAY, S.A.

CUBAMAR VIAJES, S.A.

CORPORACION ATLANTIDA, S.A.

COSMETIC, S.A.

MELFI MARINE CORPORATION, S.A.

INMOBILIARIA LARES S.A.

BANCO DE INVERSIONES, S.A.

AGENCIA DE VIAJES SAN CRISTOBAL,S.A.

SERVICIOS AUTOMOTORES, S.A.

BANCO METROPOLITANO, S.A.

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ENSA S.A.

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S.A.

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AVIACION CIVIL, S.A

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