Tegra buys plant in Costa Rican tax-free trade zone amid cluster of medical-device firms
Tegra Medical has acquired a San Jose, Costa Rica-based manufacturing plant.
The Franklin, Mass.-based contract manufacturer bought the 20,000- square-foot facility from Penn United Technologies, a manufacturer of metal components and assemblies. Tegra currently has 200,000 square feet in manufacturing space across four locations.
The plant is in Global Park, a tax-free trade zone where several other medical device companies run facilities, Tegra said. The country's medical device manufacturing industry is growing and employs over 9,000 workers.
Original source: Mass Device