The builder will do development work, such as road repair, from its new office.
The President of Grupo Franco, Alejandro Franco, told La Prensa during the inauguration of the new offices, that “the geographic location, economic and political stability, and connectivity were some of the reasons the company decided to set up an office in Panama.”
The German company has opened an office in Panama to serve its customers in the isthmus.
Marketing and sales queries by Bosch customers in Central America and the Andean area will be handled from Panama City.
An article in Prensa.com notes: "At these facilities the multinational staff will be responsible for promoting automotive products, renewable energy, packaging, construction and security for the region, said Helmuth Obilcnik, regional president of Bosch Central America, the Caribbean, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru."
Latin America's first multinational integrated infocommunication services provider has invested $2.2 million in the development of its corporate presence in the Colombian market. The amount invested will increase to $5.2 million in...