AGCO Mexico expands in Querétaro

AGCO Mexico expands in Querétaro

QUERETARO - With an investment of US$45 million, AGCO Mexico announced the expansion of its plant located in the municipality of Corregidora, Queretaro, which will create 230 new jobs.

The company specializing in the design, manufacture and distribution of agricultural solutions, will use this new space in the assembly of tractors and machinery sector, also aims to maintain its presence in the region and increase production of its products.

Roberto Rosa Pichardo, municipal president of Corregidora, thanked the corporation for its confidence in the locality and emphasized that they will continue to facilitate the conditions for companies to meet their goals.

"Today we are witnesses to the trust that AGCO Global and AGCO Mexico have placed in Querétaro by deciding to expand their plant in our municipality, a trust that brings investment, jobs and value chains in the agricultural industry, which will be supported by an industrial ecosystem with great potential for high competitiveness and high added value," he said.

Mauricio Kuri González, Governor of Querétaro, said that with the expansion of the conglomerate's activities, it is consolidating its position as a national and international reference in the agro-industrial sector.

Tim Millwood, Senior Vice President of Operations of AGCO Global, emphasized that one of its objectives is to continue offering advanced agricultural solutions that improve efficiency and sustainability in the Mexican countryside.

For his part, Marco Antonio Del Prete, Secretary of Sustainable Development, indicated the importance of continuing to provide sustainable solutions in agriculture for the future and recognized the company's commitment to environmental protection, economic efficiency and the use of local resources.