Tender for Video Security Systems in El Salvador
Jun-7-21 | The Ministry of Justice and Public Security tenders the supply and installation of video security systems to 11 units of the National Civil Police nationwide.
Electric Generators: How did the Market Perform in 2020?
Jun-4-21 | During last year, imports of electric generators increased year-on-year in Nicaragua and Guatemala, and decreased in Costa Rica, Panama, Honduras and El Salvador.
Air Conditioning Equipment: $147 Million in Purchases
May-31-21 | In 2020, companies in the region bought abroad air conditioning equipment for $147 million, with Nicaragua being the only Central American market that in year-on-year terms increased its imports.
Washing Machines: How Did Markets Perform in 2020?
May-27-21 | Last year, Guatemala was the only market in the region where washing machine imports increased, the remaining five countries decreased their foreign purchases, with El Salvador reporting the worst drop.
Tender for Electrical Substation Construction
May-18-21 | Empresa de Transmision Electrica Dominicana tenders the construction of the Jimani 138kV Substation, the contract includes the supply of all the necessary equipment for its operation.
Tender for Lighting of Runway at the Airport
May-17-21 | In Panama, Tocumen International Airport tenders the supply of 240 shaft lamps, which will be used to illuminate runway 03R - 21L.
Microwave Ovens: $25 Million in Business in the Region
May-14-21 | In 2020, companies in Central American countries imported microwave ovens for $25 million, and 78% of total purchases were made from companies in China and Malaysia.
Electric Cables: How are the Markets Performing?
May-13-21 | During 2020, imports of electrical wires and cables in Nicaragua and Guatemala increased in year-on-year terms, and in the cases of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras and Panama they decreased considerably.
International Tender: Ultrasound Equipment
May-13-21 | In Honduras the supply of mobile and fixed ultrasound equipment for family health teams and Health Managers is tendered, the contract must include training services for users.
Tender for $34 Million in Electrical Materials
May-4-21 | The Dominican Republic's Empresa Distribuidora de Electricidad del Este tenders the supply of various types of electrical materials.
Tender for $9 Million in Household Appliances
Apr-28-21 | In the Dominican Republic, the Presidency's Social Assistance Plan is tendering for the supply of appliances and household goods to be donated to low-income families for a 12-month period.
Water Heaters: Business with China is Gaining Presence
Apr-27-21 | In recent years Chinese water heaters have gained importance in terms of the amount purchased, since from January to September 2012 they represented 12% of total Central American imports and for the same period of 2020 the proportion rose to 18%.
$19 Million for Railway Network Maintenance
Apr-26-21 | The Office for the Reorganization of Transportation of the Dominican Republic bids the preventive, corrective and predictive maintenance of the railway electrification system and the Santo Domingo subway track system, for a three-year term.
Fiber Optic Cables: Business Increases 18%
Apr-21-21 | From January to September 2020, Central American countries imported fiber optic cables for $45 million, 18% more than what was reported in the same period of 2019, a rise that is explained by the behavior of purchases from Panama, Nicaragua and Guatemala.
Industry: Opportunities in Global Value Chains
Apr-13-21 | In Costa Rica, of the total number of exporters whose majority of shipments are in the metal-mechanics, electrical and electronics or plastics sectors, 25% meet a profile of potential participation in global value chains.
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