Medical Devices: Industrial Plant to be Expanded

Bomerics, a company engaged in the manufacture of medical devices, announced that it will invest in the expansion of its operations plant located in Zona Franca Zeta, province of Cartago.

Thursday, February 18, 2021

The new facilities will have an area of 10,200 m2, which doubles the 4,600 m2 it currently has. According to a press release from the Costa Rican Coalition of Development Initiatives (Cinde), the investment will allow the company to develop a full-service, vertically integrated business model.

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The new plant will also include engineering laboratories, quality inspection laboratories, controlled environment manufacturing, office space, class 7 clean rooms, packaging and warehouse facilities, the document states.

Construction is expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2021, at which time the new plant will be officially inaugurated, according to the February 18, 2021 release.

The existing plant already performs extrusion, laser processing, high-volume assembly and packaging. The expansion supports active transfer programs with strategic customers and is expected to double the number of Costa Rican employees over the next three years, officials said.

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