Fabrics: New Industrial Plant in Honduras

With a $41 million investment, a Nike sportswear manufacturing plant will be built in San Pedro Sula.

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Businessmen from Grupo Kattán and Corporación Tegra Global, informed that the new industrial site will have an area of 63 thousand square meters and will be located in the free zone of Inmobiliaria Hondurena del Valle S.A. (Inhdelva).

See "Central America: $70 Million in Industrial Investment"

Steve Cochran, CEO of Tegra Global, explained to Laprensa.hn that this new factory "... will be a transformational facility not only for Honduras, but for the entire region and to establish the company and the country as a leading destination in the vanguard and sustainability of textiles and apparel."

The executives assured that this will be the largest sportswear plant in Central America and is expected to start operations in January 2021.

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