EINS Textile Company Grows in Nicaragua

The Korean company inaugurated a new $1.5 million facility at Industrial Park Astro.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Featuring 7.000 square meters of space, the new facility employs 1.000 people.

From Elnuevodiario.com.ni: “EINS is part of Korean transnational group Senika S.A., which also includes SAE-A Tecnotex. From different parts of the world, they sell over $1 billion worth of products to the United States”.

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