The “Food for the People” Program, for workers at Free Zones; was derived from the Tripartite Labor Agreement signed in January 2010, and it was implemented since April of the same year.
The distribution of basic grains packages has been coordinated with Nicaraguan Basic Food Estate Company –ENABAS. Since the program began, companies have shown their acceptance, and other companies have been joining to it each month.
The National Free Zone Commission recentrly conducted a formal delivery of donations, consisting of 10 computers to the Hogar Zacarias Guerra, these computers will be of great help to strengthen and improve the quality of education of the students of that institution.
With total success is development the past Sunday July 15 the II Free Zone’s Cycling Marathon.
The heading was carried out precisely in front of the headquarters of the company Caipsa in the city of Chinandega, where the competitors gathered in the early hours of the morning for the organization of the output and placed in their respective categories.
The industrial parks in the free zones in Nicaragua have continue growing in recent years, which shows the interest that foreign investors have due to the favourable investment climate that prevails in this country, this according to Alfredo Coronel, Executive Director of the National Free Zones Commission.
We are in the last week of registration for the II Free Zone's Cycling Marathon , which will take place on Sunday July 15 in the West of the country, with a distance of 20 km, leaving the Rotonda of Chinandega to the City of Corinto . The event will feature the companies Arnecom Caipsa, Langostinos de Nicaragua, Centex, Camanica.
Under the success of the golf tournament I Zones 2011 conducted last year at Hacienda Iguana, Tola, Rivas, the CNZF organized and carried out in an extraordinary and very successful Golf Tournament II Zones , which was held on 18 March at the Nejapa Golf & Country Club Managua, with the participation of over 100 golfers belonging to different companies in Free Zones, private sector entrepreneurs and members of the Club Nejapa.