Doosan Bobcat to invest US$300 million in Interpuerto Monterrey

Doosan Bobcat to invest US$300 million in Interpuerto Monterrey

MONTERREY, NL - The foundation stone of the Korean company Doosan Bobcat was laid at the Interpuerto Monterrey, located in the municipality of Salinas Victoria, with an investment of US$300 million, and it is estimated that it will begin operations in 2026.

The new project will focus on the production of Bobcat M-Series compact loaders, and is expected to generate 600 to 800 new jobs.

Scott Park, CEO and vice president of Doosan Bobcat, highlighted the importance of making new investments for the company.

"We have seen significant growth across our business, and this new plant contributes to our long-term plans to increase production and meet customer demand," he mentioned.

During the groundbreaking ceremony, the company announced that it will seek LEED Silver certification and will feature state-of-the-art technology, with an emphasis on quality, precision and energy efficiency.

"Our investment here demonstrates our confidence in this manufacturing environment and the thriving local economy," said Mike Ballweber, president of Doosan Bobcat North America.

The governor of Nuevo León pointed out that in one of the trade missions he led in Asia, one of the companies he visited was Doosan Bobcat, which in just eight months obtained the land and all the federal and local permits to begin construction of its plant in Nuevo León.