New Textile Distribution Center
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
The spanish company that manufactures textiles for hotels and hospitals, Resuinsa, has announced the opening in Costa Rica of a distribution center for the region.
Resuinsa announced that from its logistics center in Costa Rica it will distribute its products to Nicaragua, Honduras and El Salvador, as well as supplying the local market. The company manufactures and supplies textiles to hotel chains, hospitals and nursing homes. 

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

Elfinancierocr.com reports that "...Resuinsa has spent a lot of years working in Costa Rica where it supplies textiles for hotel chains such as Barcelo, Riu and Melia and clubs such as the Country Club of San Jose. Its customers are located both in the urban area of the capital and the tourist zone of Guanacaste."

"... Based in Spain, Resuinsa is strengthening its strategic policy in the region, it already has offices in Mexico, Panama and the Dominican Republic."

Source: elfinancierocr.com
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