Italian company invests US$25 million in Coahuila
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RAMOS ARIZPE — The governor of Coahuila, Miguel Ángel Riquelme Solís, announced the arrival of the Italian company Filters UFI dedicated to the automotive industry, with an investment of US$25 million and the generation of 250 new job positions. The state leader welcomed and thanked Filters UFI for its decision to invest in Coahuila, settling in the municipality of Ramos Arizpe.
The company’s president, Rinaldo Facchini, stated that he was looking for a safe area to establish this new plant, he mentioned that Filters UFi was looking as well for a region where authorities could support the company’s development and after hard work, they decided to carry out said investment in the Southeast Region of Coahuila.
Mr. Facchini thanked the governor for the work and for the efforts to guide entrepreneurs for their establishment in Coahuila, he stated that he’s pretty sure that Filters UFI will reach great outcomes in the entity.
Currently, the corporation has 16 factories and employs more than 4 million people in 16 countries, which has been sustained through research and development projects.
Filters UFI will start operations in June and plans to acquire more than US$1 million in the purchase of national inputs.