Acme-McCrary Installs Maquila in Honduras

The American Company will begin activities next week in Zip Choloma Park.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

The company is engaged in weaving and making socks and underwear. Its general manager for Honduras, Jorge Pitsikalis, stressed that this is the first plant they have opened outside the US and that it has hired 230 people. published the manager’s statements: “They decided to settle in Honduras because they believe in the workforce and also because of the proximity to the United States. The conversation was begun by investors in 2007, when there were few US companies in Honduras and they saw the maquiladora zone and Honduran workers."

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Textile Company Matex Sets Up Shop in Honduras

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The textile and apparel “maquila” will be located in the “Zip Calpules” field, in San Pedro Sula.

María de los Angeles Posso, from the Labor Ministry, explained the company has already started recruiting personnel.

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Textile company Modtex International will start operating in the Free Zone of Port Cortés soon.

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