Chinese may set up distribution center in Costa Rica
A group of Chinese investors is interested in setting up a distribution center in Costa Rica for Chinese products being exported throughout the region.
Monday, July 14, 2008
The idea is to store everything imported from China or Sweden, where there is another distribution center, with the goal of forging new markets.
With a $12 million investment the chain opened its distribution center in Coyol of Alajuela.
The home appliances company will inaugurate a distribution center in El Coyol, Alajuela, in March 2010.
Pollo Rey invested $20 million in moving its processing plants while Cargill is spending $25 million in a new distribution center.
The milk producer opened a distribution center in Nicoya, investing about $ 2.6 million.
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