Agribusiness El Angel Investing $ 3 Million in Costa Rica

The jellies and preserve factory, seriously affected by an earthquake back in January 2009, will build its new plant in Finca Noble.

Monday, November 15, 2010

The new facilities will cover 7,000 square meters in a two hectare area. Its opening is scheduled after 2012.

An article in reported that, "The project, planned in stages and with an estimated $ 3 million investment, will be the rebirth of a food company which, despite the vicissitudes of an earthquake, never stopped supplying the domestic and foreign markets”.

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Beverage Manufacturing Plant for $84 million

September 2015

An environmental impact study has been submitted for the construction of a beverage production and distribution plant measuring 144 thousand square meters in Western Panama.

The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) submitted to the National Authority of the Environment in July 2015 by the company Pacific Brewery SA, indicates that the aim is to complete construction of the plant in 12 months, and that they plant will consist of 70,366 of open construction and 74,317 cubic meters of enclosed areas.

Bimbo Considers Plant in Nicaragua

December 2011

This was announced by Mexico's ambassador to Managua, Mr. Raul Lopez Lira.

Lopez said the company will come to the country on a fact-finding mission, adding that Maseca is another Mexican company that is evaluating strengthening its presence in Nicaragua, with a corn flour processing plant.

Costa Rica: $ 15 Million for Tilapia Food Plant

February 2011

Aquacorporación Internacional and Biomar International will build a food processing plant for tilapia in Cañas, Guanacaste.

The plant will generate 50 new jobs and will begin operations in the first quarter of 2012.

"The factory will serve the domestic market and will export to Central and South America, where the groups have developed tilapia production and other freshwater species." reports

$10 Million to Enlarge Panamanian Construction Plant

February 2010

Metales S.A., a construction materials company, will invest $10 million in new plastic machinery to serve the Bay Cleanup Project.

Rogelio Miró, president of the company, commented they are installing the required infrastructure to develop the first production line of its kind in Panama.

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