CRx Life Sciences will be located in Coyol Free Zone
December. Coyol Free Zone, a free zone specialized in the Life Sciences industry, will host the operations of CRx Life Sciences starting December, the first consulting and engineering firm focused on providing solutions for the industry.
With this, the park reaches 29 companies operating, 7 of them part of the 30 top medical device companies worldwide.
As indicated by the company, the decision to open its operation in Costa Rica, and specifically in Coyol Free Zone, is based on the business ecosystem that the country and the park offers, as well as the proximity with the main companies of Manufacture of medical devices in the country.
“Costa Rica continues to attract Foreign Direct Investment due to the companies of the medical branch with a high degree of innovation and with differentiated services that require specialized human talent. In the case of CRx Life Sciences, it bases its business on transcendental services for medical device companies whose majority are in Coyol Free Zone”, said Carlos Wong, CEO of Coyol Free Zone.
The markets that will be served from the headquarters in Costa Rica include medical devices, biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry worldwide.
About the work of CRx Life Sciences in Costa Rica
CRx Life Sciences is a subsidiary of Enhanced Compliance Inc. and established its operations in Costa Rica to provide solutions to its clients in processes of technology transfer, development and integration of quality systems, regulatory compliance, audit preparation, evaluation, migration and implementation of international regulations, development and validation of processes and products, engineering in process sustainability and design (sustaining engineering), as well as project management.
“We are looking for several engineering profiles focused on process, quality and design, especially those with experience in medical devices, methodologies, and Six-Sigma tools, problem-solving, statistics, validations (process/design), among others. We are mainly interested in highly motivated people with a desire to develop their career in a specialized role for the Life Sciences Industry” said Steve Ramírez, Site Manager.
In its first phase, CRx Life Sciences plans to hire at least 20 engineers.