Interport Monterrey in Nuevo Leon, prepares for the arrival of two new investment projects for two distribution centers, one of them from a Japanese-Korean alliance and the other one from a Korean company, said Mauricio Garza Kalifa, CEO of Interport Monterrey.
The port has a 350 thousand hectares area, it has a customs port and an In-Bond Facility. It currently houses Tubacero, a pipe manufacturer for the energy sector, Hamanakodenso and Tokai Rica, these two from the automotive industry. Its connection to the Bajio zone and its rapid access to the U.S. make it a strategic hub for the industry. Mr. Garza Kalifa is planning a second phase of development during 2016 and 2017, as negotiations continue with about 15 companies, mostly from the automotive industry.