Corporación América (CASA) is an Argentine holding company that operates in the airports, agribusiness, services, energy, infrastructure, and technology industries. CASA holds operations in 53 airports of Latin America and Europe, including the Montevideo Carrasco International Airport, a majority stake in Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 and until 2019, the concession rights for Punta del Este Airport. Founded in 1996, the company also operates over 1,200km of routes in Argentina and it has built runways, road works and airport terminals. Currently, CASA is building the Aconcagua Bi-oceanic Corridor, which with a 52 long tunnel will link Argentina and Chile. Regarding the energy sector, it has installed a 240,000t complete-cycle biodiesel plant and -through Unitec Energy and the oil company CGC- it owns hydrocarbon exploration and production operations, mainly in Latin America. The company produces semiconductors and technological devices through Unitec Blue, South America's first nanotechnology factory. The Buenos Aires-based firm subsidiaries also include Helport S.A., Unitec Bio S.A., Unitec Agro S.A., Bodega del Fin del Mundo S.A., Viñedos de la Patagonia S.R.L. (Bodega NQN), and Converse Bank CJSC.