The U.S. and Netherlands investing in Baja California

Category: News
Published: 2016-07-19

Companies from the U.S. and Netherlands announced investment projects in Baja California, to expand existing collaboration agreements and their operations in the State. Corporations Esterline and Honeywell will expand their business units in the State, while Legado Verde has a plan for forestation.

Esterline, that manufactures electronic equipment and sensors used for the aerospace industry, has an expansion project valued at US$35 million that shall create 300 job openings. On the other hand, Honeywell Aerospace will invest US$15 million in air tunnel technology for its Mexicali plant. Legado Verde, from Netherlands is assessing a forestation project for 180 kilometers of drains and gutters in Mexicali, as well as the reforestation of 2,000 hectares in Sierra de Juarez mountains, where over a million trees will be planted, using European technology.

Source: El Financiero