Multi-modal station in Chihuahua will create 35,000 jobs

Category: News
Published: 2016-07-13

Governors from Chihuahua and New Mexico are working together in the construction of a hub of development in the border cross of San Jeronimo-Santa Teresa, where an investment of US$400 million, leading to the creation of a Union Pacific transport station, is currently underway.

A new urban center to host over 35,000 workers is prospected for the border area of Santa Teresa, New Mexico, neighboring with the border cross of San Jeronimo, West of Ciudad Juarez, according to a statement by the Governor of Chihuahua, Cesar Duarte Jaquez. On the other hand, Javier Hurtado Garcia-Roice, Director of Industrial Promotion of the State, informed that this project will foster industrial investment in the border zone between Chihuahua and New Mexico, especially in the electronic and automotive sectors.

Source: El Financiero