A new firm inaugurated recently its headquarters, with a $2.75 million investment.
Out of every 100 Japanese companies operating in Mexico, 35 are located in Aguascalientes, contributing over 50% of the total FDI in the State.
The firm HS Power Spring Mexico S.A de C.V, inaugurated recently its new headquarters, with a $2.75 million investment, which will be dedicated to manufacture retractile systems for automotive safety belts.
HS Power Springs is a firm with joint participation from the companies Hayamizu Hatsujo Co. LTd. and Suncall Corporation, which are suppliers for almost every major automotive in Mexico, including Nissan, Honda Chrysler, Ford, Hyundai, Kia, etc.
The addition of 20 new formal jobs is expected with this project.
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