The projects to begin operations in Corregidora are directly related to supply requirements from Toyota.
Three new projects for industrial parks are setting up in the municipality of Corregidora, in Queretaro, pushed by Toyota's arrival into the state of Guanajuato.
These projects will occupy a 200 hectare area, and they are part of the portfolio of industrial development plans that the Secretary of Sustainable Development (Sedesu) of Queretaro is currently reviewing.
The head officer of Sedesu, Marco del Prete Tercero, reassured that the projects to begin operations in Corregidora are directly related to supply requirements from Toyota.
According to Del Prete, there are six projects undergoing the planning stage, which represent an investment estimated in $571 million.
Out of these six projects, three are prospected for the Corregidora area, and the rest will be developed adjacent to Queretaro's Intercontinental Airport.
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