$20 million Investment in Free Zone

In Costa Rica, plans are underway to invest around $20 million next year in the construction of 5 new buildings in the Coyol Free Zone, in Alajuela.

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

="ltr">Carlos Wong, director of Zona Franca Coyol, explained to Elfinancierocr.com that "... the free zone has 107 hectares in which there are 200,000 square meters (m²) of industrial buildings and another 200,000 m² to be built over the next seven years."

See also "Central America: $150 Million in Logistics Parks"

"... This complex started operations 10 years ago and houses companies such as Abbott, Apollo Endosurgery, Cardinal Health, Confluent, CooperSurgical, Establishment Labs, Smith & Nephew, Freudenberg, and Philips, among others."

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