Category: Logistics

Coahuila hopes to maintain economic growth in 2020

COAHUILA – Coahuila has had a direct foreign investment of more than US$39 billion, and in 2020 the state hopes to maintain that inertia of economic growth, along with the attraction of investments, expressed Jaime Guerra Pérez, Secretary of...

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Ciudad Juárez needs to adopt new technologies in the industry

CIUDAD JUAREZ – Ciudad Juárez must focus on adapting information and innovation technologies to give added value to its products and services, which would allow to maintain its competitiveness in the world, according to Heriberto Zazueta Macías,...

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New Mexico SIC signs up to co-invest alongside Brookfield infrastructure fund

NEW MEXICO – The New Mexico State Investment Council (SIC) has approved a US$50 million commitment to co-invest alongside Brookfield Infrastructure Fund IV According to New Mexico SIC, Brookfield Asset Management is currently raising...

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New business development could impact El Paso hotel industry

EL PASO – A new commercial development planned near the Cielo Vista mall area is set to break ground in January 2020 An El Paso commercial development company, Prestige Development Group, plans to develop a 550,000 square-square-foot mixed-use...

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Construction jobs in Las Cruces increase

LAS CURCES – New Mexico outpaced the national job growth rate on a per capita basis, according to new numbers by the Labor Department According to New Mexico Workforce Solutions, one of the industries that’s needing employees the most is the...

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The value of construction decreases in Chihuahua

CHIHUAHUA – The value of construction production in Chihuahua decreased 05% during August 2019, thus linking its third consecutive month downwards, according to the indicators of construction companies presented by the National Institute of...

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Canadian IT company expands into Arizona

ARIZONA – Arizona is steadily becoming a popular hub for Canadian businesses looking to expand their operations into the United States; over 400 Canadian-owned businesses are currently operating in the state One of the newest additions is Nerds...

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Arizona will open its first college of veterinary medicine

ARIZONA – The University of Arizona has received approval from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) to open the state’s first public college of veterinary medicine The Letter of Reasonable Assurance, granted by the AVMA Council...

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Apodaca is the industrial capital of Nuevo León

APODACA – The mayor of Apodaca, César Garza Villarreal, presumed that the entity is the fourth exporting municipality in Mexico and that it houses 70% of the industrial parks of Nuevo León The mayor reported that new world-class companies...

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Baja California advances procedures to grow as part of Industry 4.0

BAJA CALIFORNIA – More than 30% of manufacturing companies in Baja California already have a procedure that is part of Industry 40, said Saúl de los Santos, vice president of institutional relations at Canieti The representative of the...

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