Category: Supply Chain

Over-regulation will further prolong the economic crisis

JUAREZ – Excessive regulation of maquiladora companies, the only economic sector in Ciudad Juarez that is growing despite the pandemic, will further prolong the economic crisis resulting from COVID-19, said Isaac Leobardo Sánchez Juárez, an...

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Nuevo Leon’s industrials operate at 66% of their capacity

NUEVO LEON – Nuevo Leon's industry is operating at 66% of its capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic and is affected by the delay in the refund of Value Added Tax (VAT) and the elimination of the benefit to certified export companies, said...

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BD Medical to start operations in Hermosillo

SONORA – Sonora governor Claudia Pavlovich announced that BD Medical will begin operations in Hermosillo, which will lead to the creation of 1,600 new jobs for the entity The president stressed that despite the pandemic caused by COVID-19, the...

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Amazon to Open a Fulfillment Center in El Paso

By Nancy J Gonzalez In late 2017, El Paso proposed to host Amazon’s second headquarters (HQ2) in North America, offering the company a binational approach It did not get it Two years later, Amazon announced it is instead establishing a...

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Nikola begins factory construction in Arizona

COOLIDGE - Nikola Motor has just celebrated the ground-breaking ceremony for its plant in Coolidge, Arizona, where the Nikola Tre and Nikola Two trucks will initially be produced Nikola CEO Trevor Milton has also revealed more about the...

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Nike pulls out of Goodyear facility due to COVID-19 Impact

GOODYEAR, AZ -  Nike will "no longer be investing" in a Goodyear manufacturing facility that was supposed to bring more than 500 jobs and nearly $500 million in economic impact to the southwest side of metro Phoenix, the company announced on...

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Texas will apply tests against COVID-19

LAREDO, TX – The National Institute for Health Research (NIH), aware that the effectiveness of a vaccine for at-risk populations can only be guaranteed by a large and diverse group of clinical trial participants, will be conducting studies of the...

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Manufacturing staff in Chihuahua fell by 5.8%

CHIHUAHUA – The manufacturing sector recorded a fall of 58% of staff employed during the month of May, so returning to the red light in the state of Chihuahua would represent a major damage to the industry, said Francisco Santini, president of...

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Maquiladoras calculate long-term costs due to COBVID-19

EL PASO TC - The coronavirus pandemic has forced factories along the border and the transportation companies that service them to adapt, adding expenses that impact their bottom line Gustavo Farell, owner and co-founder of Cesar-Scott Inc, said...

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Chihuahua’s industrial activity rose 1.7%.

CHIHUAHUA – While 26 of Mexico's 32 states showed falls in industrial activity in March this year, in Chihuahua it rebounded According to the Monthly Indicator of Industrial Activity by State, in the state there was a 17% growth in the third...

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