Proagro Opens $ 4 Million Plant in Honduras

The Salvadoran company Central America Agrochemicals (Proagro) opened a fertilizer storage and distribution facility.

Friday, October 15, 2010

The 8.000 meter plant has a storage capacity of 30.000 metric tons.

The work was carried out by the company Inmsa Argo.

Roberto Larios, Inmsa Argo´s manager, told Laprensa.hn that "... such investments produce jobs and this particular company produces fertilizers which help agriculture. Honduras, an agricultural country, sees the importance of these industries."



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