Eletrobras Establishes Office in Central America

The Brazilian energy company opened an office in Panama to coordinate and expand its activities in Central America.

Friday, January 7, 2011

In late January a company committee will travel the country to find a location and a law firm to represent them.

As part of its internationalization process, the corporation is looking for assets in Central America, where it already owns the Tumarín project in Nicaragua, representing 220 MW.

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Guatemala's Pacific Oil Targets Central America

October 2012

The fuel company has announced a regional expansion process in El Salvador, Honduras and Panama.

Juan Salazar, manager of the company, explained that in 2013 they plan to open 75 stations in these countries, with a total investment of $48 million and an average cost of $500,000 per facility.

Terra Group Seeks to Expand throughout Central America

August 2010

The Honduran corporation, which specializes in energy and infrastructure projects, feels its development has slowed within its own country.

Terra directors' sights are now set on clean and renewable energy projects in Costa Rica and Panama, having already completed and inaugurated its Guatemalan hydroelectric project at Xacbal.

Epson Unifies Regional Operations in Costa Rica

February 2010

On April, Costa Rica will become Epson’s center of operations for the entire region.

Agustín Chacón, sales and operations vice president at Epson, commented they will hire additional staff for the sales department, in order to have presence in all the countries of the region.

Costa Rica's Dos Pinos aims to expand in Guatemala

July 2008

Costa Rica's top maker of dairy products, the Dos Pinos Cooperative, aims to expand its presence in Guatemala.

Dos Pinos already has US$12.5 million of investment in Guatemala, where it sells 80,000 liters of milk a day, but it aims to boost its presence by reaching accords with local companies, said Dos Pinos manager Jorge Pattoni.

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