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Autoparts company invests 610 million pesos in México

Karla Salinas | 12.03.2015

With an investment of 610 million pesos, the auto parts firm Nissin Manufacturing opened its new plant in Colinas de San Luis, in the state of San Luis Potosi, which will generate 270 direct jobs at this early stage.

With an investment of 610 million pesos, the auto parts firm Nissin Manufacturing opened its new plant in Colinas de San Luis, in the state of San Luis Potosi, which will generate 270 direct jobs at this early stage.

In a statement, the company responsible for manufacturing the rockers to provide Honda's Celaya and US plants, reported that this is their first plant outside Asia.

Takashi Nishikori, executive director of the Japanese company said they invested 210 million pesos in the land and construction of the plant, plus 400 million pesos in machinery.

For 2019 they expect to invest 940 million pesos more in this manufacturing center and reach 820 jobs.

The plant will be located in the Industrial Park Colinas de San Luis, it belongs to the developer Lintel which has transformed the landscape of the industry in the country with the installation of over 600 thousand hectares of industrial parks and 250 projects in 20 cities.

Source: Translation of an article by El Financiero

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