Virginia company seals deal in Costa Rica
Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia announced in late November that Grandwatt Electric Corporation, a Suffolk-based manufacturer, has made sales to distributors in Chile and Costa Rica as a result of its participation in the Virginia Economic Development Partnership's international trade programs.
Grandwatt received an initial order from a Costa Rican distributor, Sumatel, to sell light towers to the government of Costa Rica. Sumatel is the country's largest distributor of materials and equipment for air and underground electrical networks.
Source: The Progress-Index