Jugueterías Toys Expands in Costa Rica
The chain has just invested $3 million in two new locations and it is planning the construction of two more stores for the coming months.
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
In December, Juguetrías Toys opened a store of 400 square meters in Escazú. For June 25th, the business has planned the inauguration of an exhibition room that was constructed along with a storage space of 7,000 square meters, which required an investment of $1.6 million.
With a $ 7 million investment, "Juguetón", opened its third store in the country.
As the sixth store opens at the Santiago airport, plans to open the first location in Antigua island is coming together.
The company, which originated in Ecuador, will invest about $2 million and has already generated more than 80 new jobs.
Ferretería EPA, a company financed with Venezuelan capital, hopes to inaugurate its third establishment in Costa Rica by November 2009.
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