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. Furthermore, they have found a very good way to decrease costs by including local businesses in the chain of production.
In 2008 the Costa Rican medical devices sector will have exported $960 million and employed 7500 professionals and technicians.
These sales projections were made by Cinde based on data from the Foreign Trade Promoter. The $960 million in the sale of medical implements this year exceeded last years figure ($768 million) by $192 million.
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Generates business opportunities by linking supply and demand of goods and services between Central America and the rest of the world.
Operates in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama
Phone: (506) 225 4786
As a Holding Company we are interested in helping other companies to succeed. We do that by investing in other companies with capital and or professional help to allow them to grow in exchange for ownership.
Operates in Panama and Panama
Phone: (507) 7202158
Xpand Group offers to its clients global support in exports. With its network, the company gives access to small and medium enterprises to new markets such as: North America, Central America & Europe
Operates in El Salvador, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama
Phone: (506) 2225-0435 - (506) 2524 2800