Coahuila-based Grupo Server develops new industrial park in San Luis Potosí

Coahuila-based Grupo Server develops new industrial park in San Luis Potosí

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With almost 500 hectares to host companies from any sector, Coahuila-based Grupo Server is building a new industrial park in the municipality of Villa de Zaragoza, San Luis Potosí, which will be added to the 18 parks that the state currently has.

“Grupo Server arrived a couple of years ago to San Luis Potosí and bought between 75 and 78 hectares first on Highway 57 in Villa de Zaragoza, later they bought almost 400 hectares near the road to Rioverde, becoming a strategically located and very important park. It would be difficult to say how many plants can be accommodated because there may be some companies that need less or more space,” said in recent days to local media Gustavo Puente Orozco, head of the state Economic Development Department (SEDECO).

The official explained that the park will be called Server and is not focused on a single specific sector since it can host companies of all kinds. He added that for more than a year the developers have already begun to market the lots, so it is likely that new plants may soon be arriving in the state.

“It still does not have all the services, but they are already investing, they have paperwork and permits to do so,” he added.

Finally, Puente Orozco said that in the metropolitan area of San Luis Potosí there are still just over 3,000 available hectares distributed in the different industrial parks, which have all the necessary services for the arrival of new companies.



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