The Japanese firm Vuteq inaugurated a new plant in Ramos Arizpe, in Coahuila. This company was one of the first Asiatic firms that announced their investment in the State for the last years. The ceremony to lay the foundation stone was conducted in mid-December 2014, at the Amistad Aeropuerto Industrial Park. The investment of US$20 million and the generation of up to 400 new jobs were announced during this event, which was attended by Taro Fakuda, President of Vuteq Corporation, and Jun Tazawa, President of Vuteq Industries Mexico. The plant of Ramos Arizpe will produce precision machining, glass processing and plastics for the automotive industry, as well as thermoformed products. Vuteq will supply auto parts for the Chevrolet Cruze, assembled by General Motors in Ramos Arizpe.