Ryder will have a new warehouse in the Mexican Bajio
U.S.-based Company, Ryder, which provides supply chain solutions, especially for the automotive industry, will continue investing in Mexico. This firm will focus on the development of new facilities located in the Bajio (center) region, over the next 18 months. This new infrastructure will have a warehouse, a parking lots for 200 trucks and an equipment maintenance shop, confirmed Eugenio Sevilla-Sacasa, General Director of Ryder Mexico. The firm has plans to continue making the most of the arrival of assemblers and their first-line providers, as Mexico’s project is to raise automotive production from 3.3 million to 5 million cars in 2020.