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Clusters Ease Transition to Advanced Manufacturing
By Diane Lindquist Clusters, according to recent studies, have been proven to be economic engines. Firmly established across Mexico, their current focus is on what role clusters will play as manufacturing evolves over the next decades. With increasing numbers of companies making use of innovative ...
In San Diego, more than 350 companies spur a US$17 billion Precision Health Ecosystem
San Diego is home to more than 350 precision health companies, 80 research institutions, 30 hospitals, and five universities. This Precision Health Ecosystem had a direct impact of US$17 billion in California, a new study shows. The “San Diego's Precision Health Ecosystem” study published by Sa...
Sonora, Arizona and New Mexico join efforts to meet Asia natural gas demand
Governors of Sonora, Mexico; New Mexico and Arizona today agreed to jointly meet the growing demand for natural gas in Asia. The supply will be delivered from New Mexico through pipelines and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facilities to be developed in the Port of Guaymas, Sonora, as the gas will be s...
Taiwan-based Admiral Cable to build US$ 50 million plant in Santa Teresa, NM
Admiral Cable will expand to Santa Teresa, New Mexico and create up to 342 new manufacturing jobs, state government officials announced. The company also plans to invest approximately US$50 million in building a new 65,000 square foot facility in phase one, with additional construction bringing the...
Tokyo-based Foster Electric invests US$4.2 million to expand operations in El Paso, TX
Nancy Gonzalez/MexicoNow Tokyo-based Foster Electric is expanding its production in El Paso. The company is investing US$4.2 million on this expansion and production is set to start on 2020, company officials informed. The company plans to manufacture a new brand of automotive speaker system. The ...

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