New Companies Entering Costa Rica

Curtiss Wright and Value Access, of the service sector, and Covidien, a manufacturer of medical products, will begin operations in the country.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Covidien will begin operations in August, in the free zone of Coyol in Alajuela. It initially hired one hundred people, specialists in manufacturing.

"Curtiss is looking for receptionists, data processors, analysts and supervisors. Value Access needs accountants, financial analysts, technicians in information technology and also call center staff, "the article

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Costa Rica: More Investment in Medical Devices

January 2015

An announcement has been made that the company Apollo Endosurgery is to set up a 1750 meter device manufacturing plant in the Coyol area in the province of Alajuela.

From a statement issued by the Costa Rican Coalition for Development Initiatives (CINDE):

Apollo Endosurgery, Inc., a US medical device company, today announced that it has chosen Costa Rica as a site to install its new manufacturing plant in Coyol, Alajuela, where it will develop a variety of products including LAP-BAND® System - the only device approved by the FDA for weight reduction in people with at least one health problem related to obesity and who have a Body Mass Index of 30 or more.

Sealed Air Begins Operations in Costa Rica

March 2012

The multinational Sealed Air Corporation has opened an office in Costa Rica, its second in Latin America.

Operations began on Wednesday at the San Jose headquarters of the transnational Sealed Air Corporation, a leader in specialty packaging for the medical device industry.

Teleservices Companies Eye Honduras For Investing

May 2010

U.S. based telecommunications companies would invest $30 million in the country in 2010.

This was stated by Eduardo Bueso Hernández, Mayor of San Pedro Sula, after holding meetings with representatives from various U.S. companies.

The visitors toured Altia Bussiness Park, which is under construction, as an alternative for installing their offices.

DHL Costa Rica Will Process Europe’s Accounting Operations

March 2010

Starting on September, the company will process the accounting needs of its European operations from Costa Rica.

For this, the company plans to enlarge its payroll from 250 to 315 people. It will look for bilingual professionals in accounting and finance.

Pablo Brenes, director of the company’s service center, told that “the company will hire 35 persons for September, and 30 more for November”.

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