A Canadian company announced an investment expansion that will create 600 additional jobs in the country

A Canadian company, which has had investments in the Dominican Republic since 2008, has expressed its decision to expand in the country in the current situation based on the confidence that the business climate inspires in the Caribbean nation.

It’s Hillsdale Asset SA, dedicated to Manufacture and manufacture of textile products of high quality, which is currently created with the name Mocha Free ZoneIsbayalt province, which provides 400 direct job opportunities.

Robert Saad, CEO of the company, was received by the Dominican Ambassador to Canada, Michel Cohen, who expressed his interest in establishing a new industrial warehouse in the province of Santiago, It will generate another 600 jobs.

During the conversation with the diplomat, the investor said he was motivated by the vast amount of resources that the Dominican Republic has, the confidence and favorable investment climate generated by the current government administration, headed by President Luis Abenader.

Hillsdale Asset In addition to being recognized for manufacturing and manufacturing high quality textile products, It bases its operations on green energy It is characterized by providing a favorable organizational climate for its collaborators

Saad explained that his company focused on adopting the element of sustainability, social responsibility, innovation, use of the latest technologies, as well as quality control, and compliance with high industrial standards, as strategic pillars within its business model. To be at the forefront in line with the requirements and requirements of the current context.

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