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Mexico, attracting energy companies from Finland
Energy companies from Finland are interested in Mexico, thanks to the benefits yielded by the Energy Reform approved since 2014. “There is a company named Wärtsilä, that was already operating in Mexico, but after the reform, it saw with interest new opportunities opening”, comments Norma Pensa...
BMW to work on solar energy plant with San Luis Potosi
The plant BMW is installing in San Luis Potosi will only use natural energy. According to the firm, around 71,000 square meters of solar panels will be furnished into the plant's structure as part of a plan of innovation to establish this complex as the best technologically equipped in Mexico. The f...
GE opens second phase of Global Operations Center in Monterrey
General Electric (GE) inaugurated the second tower of its Global Operations Center in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, after a US$ 20 million investment, the company announced.  The Global Operations Center is the place that will host shared services related to accounting, taxes, customs offices, human reso...
Wind blade manufacturer TPI Composites to open its fourth plant in Mexico
Arizona-based wind blade manufacturer TPI Composites announced a multi-year supply agreement with Danish firm Vestas Wind Systems to provide blades from two manufacturing lines (with option to add more lines) for the Vestas V136 wind turbine for markets in Central and South America. The blades will...
GE Oil & Gas opens manufacturing plant in Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon
U.S.-based manufacturer General Electric (GE) opened in recent days a new production facility in Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, to manufacture components for the oil industry. GE Oil & Gas Pressure Control division invested US$ 10 million and recruited 160 employees to begin production aimed to supply ...

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