FRONTERA CITY, COAH.- The governor of Coahuila, Miguel Riquelme, started the construction of the Industrial Park in Frontera, Coahuila, where Monclovense businessmen Andrés Oyervides and Enrique Osuna will invest 300 million pesos.
This site will be built on 88.6 hectares divided into 79 fully urbanized lots, which will be offered to new companies that want to establish themselves in the region.
It also has 80 hectares for future expansion as well as another 6.5 hectares for the construction of a railway school.
The first phase of the park will be completed before the end of the year, the investors made the commitment that the first industrial warehouse will be 5 thousand square meters, with an investment of 50 million pesos.
Riquelme Solís said that in this type of projects Coahuila is growing and the families that invest in the construction of industrial housing do not “put a good weight on the bad”, they know if when to invest and how much to invest”, and many Investments give an idea of what is happening in the entity.
He emphasized that Coahuila will start producing electric cars, and in 10 to 12 years the production will double, combustion cars and electric cars at the same time; Therefore, it forces the state and entrepreneurs to prepare for the growth of the industry.
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Claudio Bres, Secretary of the Economy, said that one of the major challenges for development is that there must be professional industrial accommodation and not land, which always has, if not sites with authorization from the Energy Regulatory Commission, from Federal Commission. .of Electricity and the amount of consumption for the industry must be guaranteed in the coming years.
He argued that in the last three months the Governor launched three industrial parks in Torreón and Matamoros, which will provide guaranteed development for the next 10 years in the Laguna region and emphasized that in the Central Region, what is missing is the creation of new industrial accommodation spaces and this is already happening.
“He assures with responsibility and respect that before the first warehouse is finished and later the second and third, they have been sold or leased; the capacity of the metal-mechanical workforce in this region is the size,” he said.
Andrés Oyervides, general director of the Industrial Park, explained that this construction will attract development for the Central Region of Coahuila. “People will come to invest in it and people will enter it.”