Intel has been in Costa Rica for over two decades. It has a global services center and a mega-laboratory in the country. It is about to reopen assembly operations, bringing 200 well-paying jobs. The process is to begin in the middle of next year.
The multinational company is planning to invest a minimum of $350 million over three years. The company is always assessing its operations around the world to be sure it can meet global demand.
The assembly and test operations to be carried out in Costa Rica will require professionals such as engineers, electronics technicians, and electromechanics. Jobs will be announced on www.intel.com/jobs in the upcoming months.
Costa Rica is an ally for nearshoring and a leader in smart manufacturing as well as research and development. Three manufacturing firms recently announced investments in Costa Rica: Intel, MicroVention, and Nevro.