Kimberly-Clark Will Increase Production by 50%

With a $24 million investment in expanding its production facility in El Salvador, output will reach 240 metric tons of tissue paper.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

The investment is done within the framework of the "Proyecto Cortés," which aims to expand the factory located in Sitio del Niño, in San Juan Opico.

Gerardo Ávalos, project manager, told Elsalvador.com: “The direct investment is $24 million. This includes the costs of construction, the purchase of machinery, the logistics of importing, and finally the mechanical-electrical installation…with the completion of this plant we will be able to satisfy the growing demand of this market, which is concentrated in Central America and the Caribbean.



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Kimberly Clark to invest $31 million in El Salvador

December 2008

This figure will be used to expand the plant located at Sitio del Niño, La Libertad.

The amount of the investment is $31 million and will be used to install a new machine to manufacture toilet paper and a factory that will prepare recycled paper paste.

The equipment will be installed and ready to function next August and will help to add 100 more employees to the payroll.

Calvo Bases Itself in El Salvador

September 2011

The tuna company has invested $10 million in improvements at the industrial plant and in ship repairs.

In order to increase its production capacity, the processor and marketer of tuna has invested $5 million to improve the operating plant in La Union, El Salvador.

Since its establishment in the country in 2003, the company has expanded its operations and increased exports to over twenty countries.

BioTD Firm Seeks New Markets

January 2012

The Costa Rican company is investing $5 million in expanding its operational plant and plans to expand beyond the isthmus.

The Costa Rican company Biotechnology Developers (BioTD) expanded its operating plant in Heredia, Costa Rica, with an investment of $5 million, which should allow it to significantly expand its production capacity, reported elfinanciero.cr.com.

Calvo Group invests $2 million in El Salvador

November 2008

The investment will help to establish a new production line at the tuna processing plant which operates in the La Union department.

2000 m2 of industrial production line will be added to the plant's 19000 m2; the plant produces 220 tons of fish per day.

In February of 2009 they will have 100 new positions, thanks to the new expansion of production.

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