More Investment From Kimberly Clark in Costa Rica  

The multinational has announced investments of $31 million to expand its plant in Cartago and open a new service center in Heredia.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

From a press release by the Ministry of Foreign Trade:

With an investment of $31 million, the company Kimberly-Clark (KC) will strengthen its manufacturing operations and services in Costa Rica. The company will invest $27 million in its new plant in Coris, Cartago, plus an additional $ 4 million for a new Shared Service Centre located in Heredia and which will support its business network throughout Latin America.

Matias Pinto, Country Manager of KC, said the new investment will generate 100 new jobs in the country, of which 50 will come from operation of the plant in Cartago and another 50 positions will focus on the areas of finance and technology in the service center in Heredia.



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