Crayola is staying and is going for second plant

US Corporation Crayola is planning to stay in Mexico and is already laying out the construction plans for its second plant, in addition to the one operating now in the State of Mexico, which exports products to Latin America, Japan, Australia, United Kingdom and China, according Adrian Romero, Marketing Director of the brand in Mexico. The crayon manufacturer has two plants in the world, one is very close to New York, in Easton, Pennsylvania (hometown of Crayola crayons). The other one is located in Cuautitlan, State of Mexico, and produces 10 million crayons on a daily basis, employing approximately 450 people.