Category: Logistics

Nuevo Leon and Jalisco lead the country’s labor recovery

NUEVO LEON – Nuevo Leon and Jalisco were the main actors in the recovery of the country's labor market during August According to data from the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare, in August 2020, 92,390 insured jobs were created in Mexico at...

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Construction sector in Tamaulipas registers losses

TAMAULIPAS – Formal jobs in Tamaulipas' construction sector registered a 35% decrease during the first semester of 2020 compared to the same period of 2019, which means that almost 1,600 job sources produced by the industry were lost during...

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Manufacturer Xxentria to relocate facility to New Mexico

SANTA TERESA – A Taiwanese manufacturer of metal composite materials announced it is relocating a distribution facility to a booming New Mexico border town New Mexico Economic Development Secretary Alicia J Keyes said the Xxentria...

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Monterrey loses US$93 million due to suspension of events

MONTERREY – By not being able to carry out the events that were scheduled at Cintermex this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Monterrey's economy suffered an economic loss of around US$93 million throughout the chain, said Gonzalo Escámez...

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Pesquería doubles the number of formal companies

MONTERREY – The municipality of Pesquería doubled the number of formal companies in five years, and became one of the 10 municipalities to have contributed the most to the economic added value of the state At the end of 2019, there were 380...

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Crowds on Ensenada Beaches Prompt Reclosure

Ensenada’s director of municipal public security, Adrian Ortiz, reclosed the boardwalk above the municipality’s public beaches Friday after crowds of tourists flocked to the shoreline The closure was aimed at mitigating the spread of...

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Texas’ Economic Rebound Stalls

The resurgence of COVID-19 in July appears to have reversed economic gains in Texas that emerged when the virus’ frequency abated in May and June, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas’ latest Texas Economic Update “The...

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Phat Scooters to Open Headquarters in AZ

Phat Scooters, a leader in Neighborhood Electric Vehicle manufacturing, will soon be opening a new headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona The company signed a longterm lease for a 44,162-squarefoot industrial/flex building in the Phoenix Sky Harbor...

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Construction of suburban train in Monterrey moves forward

MONTERREY – The Monterrey-Garcia airport suburban train project, which will cost close to US$879 million, continues moving forward With resources already transferred by the Ministry of Communications and Transport (SCT), the government of...

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Constellation Brands Seeks Coastal Location in Baja

By Wendy Fry The United States beverage company Constellation Brands is exploring moving its unfinished brewery plant from Mexicali to Baja California’s coastal zone where it can produce and use desalinated water to make beer, according to Gov...

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