Hologic expands their operation sin Costa Rica

Hologic expands their operation sin Costa Rica by investing $17.5 million on their new plant to manufacture medical products.

Friday, November 7, 2008

This will generate approximately 150 new jobs in 2009 to come to a total of 550 employees.



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