Clothing: New Investment in Costa Rica

The Colombian company Patprimo invested in the opening of two stores located in Curridabat and Escazú, with an estimated investment of around $800 thousand.

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

The South American company reported that the investment in the operation of the premises in Multiplaza Curridabat and Multiplaza Escazú totaled $800,000, and will sell clothing such as dresses, shoes, accessories, jeans, blouses, casual clothing and underwear, among other items.

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Elfinancierocr.com reviews that "... Patprimo that already sold its products in Almacenes Siman, has more than 100 points of sale and has presence in the largest chain stores in Colombia. In addition, it has an e-commerce channel that includes the entire portfolio of the brand."

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The article adds that "... With his arrival, the list of Colombian fashion companies operating in Costa Rica expands. Among those that have stores in the country are: Arturo Calle, GEF, Diane & Geordi, Leonisa, Totto, Touché and Koaj."

According to the "Companies Corporate System", of the Trade Intelligence unit of CentralAmericaData, it is estimated that Prismar S.A., Corporación de Supermercados Unidos and Alpemusa, represent 17% of the market share in Costa Rica.

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