look around the Caribbean will confirm that the growing demand by U.S and Asian firms for
manufacturing facilities in this vicinity is far outstripping the supply. In Honduras, all
buildings in the Government-operated Free Zone in Puerto Cortes are fully occupied.
Therefore, privately-operated Free Zones have become the best option for supplying such
The Buena Vista Export Processing Zone, also known as ZIP BUENA VISTA , is the product of the
great experience, constant development, evolution and expansion of the group that owns and
operates ZIP CHOLOMA, the
first private industrial park to be owned and operated by the private sector. Among its
tenants are Bestform Foundation, Monty, Kellwood, Jerzees, Cross Creek, Finotex, Sara Lee Intimates and Trueform.
The Chairman of ZIP BUENA
VISTA, Mr. Juan Canahuati, is also chairman of ZIP CHOLOMA and the Lovable Group, which includes five
industries in the apparel sector elastic and dye yarn plant and a knit
fabric textile mill with 30 years experience producing and exporting from
Honduras to the U.S. market.
The total available land is 55 acres, out of which, the
projected construction area will be 1,300,000 Sq. feet. The site provides ample water,
electricity, transportation and communication facilities.
ZIP BUENA VISTA is
located on the main highway, 40 miles from Puerto Cortes, the principle port of entry to
Honduras; 16 miles from the Villeda Morales International Airport, and 9 miles from San
Pedro Sula, Honduras' second largest city and industrial center.
Start-up time for establishing your business in the Park
is considerably shortened. Besides, utilities and an easily trainable work force are
readily available. These advantages plus the Park's modern infrastructure, and its ideal
location make it an attractive site.