Brazilian textile company inaugurates factory in El Salvador

With and investment of $50 million, Brazilian company Pettenati inaugurated its production plant where its expects to provide jobs to some 400 people.

Friday, November 14, 2008

The company makes high quality sports fabrics and some of its most important clients include American and European brands, according to company representatives.

Ricardo Pettenati, Director/President of the company, said that they have been feeling the effects of the global crisis, but they see it as an opportunity to grow, hence the decision to invest in the country.

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Cupid Nicaragua, the production company specializing in women's intimate apparel and sportswear in general, has announced the construction of three new industrial buildings.

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Cupid Nicaragua, an American company specialized in the manufacture of intimate apparel for women and sports apparel in general has announced that it is currently investing up to $ 24 million in expanding its operations in Nicaragua through the construction of three new industrial buildings. Located in the Parque Industrial Las Palmeras, Carazo, the new facility will have a total area of 30,000 square meters and will employ approximately 2,700 people.

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