Mexstamp invests US$1.6 million in Aguascalientes
AGUASCALIENTES – With an investment of US$1.6 million, Mexstamp inaugurated its new facilities in the Chichimeco Industrial Park in Aguascalientes.
“With this new plant, the auto parts, machining and stamped Parts Company generates 55 new sources of employment, informed its director, partner and founder, Victor Hugo Olvera Jimenez.
The company was born in 2018 thinking about meeting the needs of the automotive sector in the region, but after three years of sustained growth, the company has managed to expand its services, offering quality stamping of 56 numbers of auto parts to customers in Central and South America, as well as in the United States.
The executive mentioned that the company will continue to invest in the state through the construction of a second plant in 2022 in order to serve its new customers. The project contemplates an investment of US$707.109 and the generation of 100 additional jobs.
At the inauguration event, the governor of Aguascalientes, Martin Orozco Sandoval, thanked the company’s top management for maintaining their confidence in the state and building this factory.
The governor emphasized that in the state, local companies do have opportunities for development by stressing that they have a global vision to increase their productivity and competitiveness in Mexico and abroad.
Source: Lider Empresarial