Plastics Industry in Costa Rica

Exports promotion agency Procomer unveiled a study of the plastics industry in the country, focused on business linking opportunities in Costa Rica and abroad.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

The study was based on surveys to 52 companies operating in this industry, and some of the findings include that 78% of the sector is made up by small and medium companies, which require industrial and administrative technology to develop attractive permanent deals.

The document also details the competitiveness level of each company and provides a general outlook of the industry, covering marketing, productive and investment capacity, infrastructure, IT, R&D and environmental management.

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The Advantages of Belonging to a Consortium

February 2016

Eleven clusters are operating in Costa Rica, in sectors ranging from digital animation to flowers, food or agricultural products, seeking better operating and financial leverage.

Achieving greater access to credit, winning new customers and suppliers, discussing industry issues and possible solutions, more formalized operation or devising new strategies are part of the benefits of belonging to a cluster, a policy that is actively supported by the Costa Rica Foreign Trade Promotion Office (PROCOMER).

Costa Rica's Comeca Buys Colombia's Prodenvases

July 2013

In a transaction worth approximately $24 million, Grupo Mundial sold 100% of Prodenvases to Grupo Comeca from Costa Rica.

From a press release issued by the Grupo Mundial:

Today Grupo Mundial and Crown Cork and Seal Company and its affiliates sold 100% of Prodenvases Crown (now Prodenvases SAS) to Group Comeca from Costa Rica, in a transaction that reached $24 million before the adjustments used in these type of transactions.

Free Ports Buy More "Local"

June 2009

To lower the costs of their supplies, businesses in the Free Port zones of Costa Rica are expanding the productive chain to include local suppliers.

Nor the uncertainty of the status of the Free Port Zone Law, which is stuck in Congress, nor the impact of the global crisis that has caused exports at Costa Rican free port zones to fall 16% in the first quarter of 2009 have reduced the determination of these businesses.

Business chains hold out new hope for rural development

July 2008

Business chains represent a new development model that is being adopted in rural Guatemala. Promoters say it can do more to build prosperity than any political or government mechanism.

The first stage in the development of a chain is the identification of a buyer interested in acquiring a product of a rural community.

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