Nicaragua: Investment in Colombian Textile Firm

It has been announced that the company Supertex plans to invest $8 million in setting up a textile production factory in the country, which will start operating in July 2017.

Thursday, February 16, 2017

The Investment Promotion Agency of Nicaragua (ProNicaragua) announced that the textile company Supertex, of Colombian origin, will begin operations in July. 

See also: "Textiles and Supplies Market in Central America"

"... 'Currently the company is in the stage of incorporation and negotiation of the industrial space to be occupied'  the agency reported in a statement." reports that "...This will be the third Supertex factory in Central America. The company employs about 5,000 people in four plants, two of which are in El Salvador and two in Colombia, according to information supplied by ProNicaragua."

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