Clothing: Guatemalan Company Expands to Mexico

Under the brand of Tiendas Rechido, Corporación Megapaca opened its first store selling second-hand clothing in the city of Morelia, Michoacan.

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

The new store operating in the Mexican market will make available to the public 50 thousand garments and the business strategy of the business group is to enter the Mexican market as an environmentally sustainable fashion option.

See "Market Study: Clothing Stores in Mexico"

Mario Pena, General Manager of Megapaca, told that "... It is very important for us to be able to open our first store in Mexico, it is something that excites us very much and we see a great future for the company in that country."

Also see "Sportswear: Brand Presence in the Mexican Market"

Pena pointed out that "... 19 years ago we opened our first store in Guatemala, from the beginning we tried to make a change in the way we sold second hand clothes and we placed them hanging, tidy, in a pleasant and clean environment; this changed the way of buying second hand clothes, in addition to this the work that our team does and the attention that is given to our clients, has allowed Megapaca to have a great evolution from its beginnings until today in Guatemala, Honduras and now in Mexico."

In addition to its new store in Mexico, Megapaca Corporation has 90 stores in Guatemala and Honduras.

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