It all started back in 2005
INVERCA SRL was founded by Mario Escoto Vasquez, Sandra Damas and Sons in April 2005. The company started operations in Calpules, a popular region in the north-east of San Pedro Sula, Honduras reason why the company's legal name is INVERSIONES CALPULES SRL / Calpules Investments (english).
INVERCA started in business offering light to medium duty conveyor belt repair services for some textiles manufacturing companies in Honduras. At that time there were no companies offering such services which allowed INVERCA gain valuable traction, momentum and take over the belting repair services market in the region.
Shortly after and due to its high growth potential and access to the market INVERCA started to receive proposals to become the exclusive representative of world-class brands in the manufacturing of conveyor and power transmission belting products.
INTRALOX, Sampla Belting, Megadyne and Jason Industrial were among the first brands that appointed INVERCA as their exclusive representative and distributor for the Central American and The Caribbean region.
In early 2006, INVERCA introduces FIBERFLON, BOBOTEX and TexTape products to its portfolio with a wide range of PTFE fabric conveyor belts and roller coverings for the textile and general industry and becomes the exclusive distrubutor for the region.
After substantiall investments in cutting edge machinery, equipment, tools and a brand new 3,900 square ft workshop and facilities, by 2009 INVERCA made an important transition from being a distributor to become a fabricator. By then, the company was well positioned competing with local and international companies in the industry.
In 2010 , after some years of growth and success INVERCA partners with manufacturers in Asia and Europe to add new product lines to its portfolio including its own brand of mechanical seals, bearings, caster wheels, mass consumption MRO supplies and automation equipment for belt fabricators and shops, which allows the company to increase its participation in new industries and markets across latin america.
In 2016 as a part of the corporate growth strategies, INVERCA becomes the first company of its class in Honduras to be accepted under the Free Trade Zones Regime and acquires a brand new 8,000 square feet manufacturing and warehousing facility at one of the top industrial parks in Central america. This important step allowed the company to provide a better service to the majority of its customers located in FTZ industrial parks across the region, making INVERCA an strategic allied for its customers and becomes the definite leading supplier of conveyor belts, equipment and MRO supplies.
Since 2016, the company has experienced exponential growth and it has accelerated dramatically the expansion plans, forcing the organization to make important changes to face the growing demand of goods and services.
The company have made significant investments, merges and acquisitions as part of the efforts to increase both the installed capacity and the presence in new markets.
As of current, INVERCA owns and operates a smart supply chain network in conjunction with strategic partners across the world and is working hard to deliver -just in time- the best quality of products and services to its customers.