Costa Rica is China 's second largest trading partner in Central America while China is the second largest trading partner of Costa Rica . In recent years, bilateral trade between the two countries has grown rapidly. In June 2007, China and Costa Rica established diplomatic relations. In November 2008, Chinese President Hu Jintao visited Costa Rica and announced with Costa Rican President Oscar Arias the launch of China-Costa Rica free trade negotiations.

Puerto Caldera

Puerto Caldera lies at the mouth of the Nicoya Gulf on the Pacific Ocean side of Costa Rica. Even though it is a very small town, it is an important Costa Rican port which trade relations worldwide. It contains an Industrial complex meant to accommodate both cargo vessels and cruise liners. Puerto Caldera serves the nearby city of Puntarenas, the largest city and capital of Costa Rica's Puntarenas Province.

Puerto Limon

Puerto Limon, also known as Limon, is the sixth largest city in Costa Rica and is home to multicultural community. Puerto Limon is the capital city and main hub of Limon province.

San Jose (capital)

San Jose, Costa Rica’s capital, sits in the Central Valley region with the Talamanca Mountains to the south and volcanoes to the north.

 

Shipping from China to Costa Rica, China-Costa Rica FTA

China-Costa Rica relation, free trade agreement between China and Costa Rica. Form L for China-Costa Rica FTA.

Shipping containers from China main ports to Puerto Caldera, Puerto Limon and San Jose. China freight forwarding service to Costa Rica. 

 Shipping from China