Bayer to invest $3.2 million in Guatemala

The Bayer Central America and the Caribbean Group will invest in remodeling their Consumer Care Division factory.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Located on Roosevelt Road, it is where they produce over-the-counter (OTC) medications such as Alka-Seltzer, Tabcín, Cafiaspirina and Alive, to name a few.

The production plant is thought to be one of the most important for the German group, Bayer, since it is the third largest on the world market for OTC's and produces 3 million pills daily, of which 12% is exported to Mexico and the rest to Central America and the Caribbean.

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Before the end of the year, the multinational corporation will inaugurate an extension of to its medicine production facility in Mixco.

In this facility, the company manufactures over-the-counter medicines such as Alka-Seltzer, Tabín, Cafiaspirina and Alive.

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Bayer has invested $5.1 million in its plant in Guatemala in order to increase production by 10%.

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