Petco to install Shared Services Center in Queretaro
QUERETARO – The governor of the state, Mauricio Kuri González, announced the installation of Petco's Shared Services Center, which arrives in Queretaro with an investment of US$6.4 million, and the generation of 530 highly specialized jobs.
Kuri highlighted that this investment consolidates the United States as the main commercial partner of the entity, with more than 540 companies that make up a working community in Queretaro.
"Today we demonstrate once again that Queretaro is the best place for companies. We are ready, we have the height, quality and capacity to receive them," added Kuri.
On the other hand, the head of Petco's Personnel Administration Office, John Zavada, reiterated that Petco's mission is to improve the quality of life of pets, and emphasized that Mexicans share the same passion for animal care.
The head of the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Marco Antonio Del Prete Tercero, reported that during the first half of this year, US$231 million have arrived from the United States in the area of Foreign Direct Investment.
He also stated that so far this year, six U.S. investment projects have been finalized for more than US$171 million and the generation of 2,219 jobs.