Ciudad Juárez, Chih. – The company Becton Dickinson and Company, which specializes in the sterilization of essential medical devices, has announced that it will invest 80 million dollars in the construction of a third plant in Ciudad Juárez, which was in fact. President Maru Campos.
The presentation of the announcement was attended by the Vice President of Sterilisz Supply Chain Management, Travis Anderton, who shared the details of this new project.
The president of the state affirmed in Chihuahua: “We are working to make a firm place for the business and every day we are trying to generate these good conditions that we need.”
This investment, he said, will translate into evaluation services, in addition to the thousands of others that will be generated in the companies of Juarez, which supply, in addition to the more than 1,300 workers that it already has, which strengthens the territory of Chihuahua. propitious to be placed in the middle of the national mission, which sometimes seems to go in the opposite direction.
“Not only do we have a permanent vision of building bridges, but we also have to go down to work so that each company that puts its trust in us has the ability to grow and meet its goals,” added the head of the executive.
He highlighted the proximity and, in general, foreign investment, a factor of great stability that provides economic growth and well-paid formal jobs, through a comprehensive example of attracting and detonating investment, industry management, education, and talent development.
He also claimed that Becton Dickinson has demonstrated its excellence with a higher level of automation and production, that it is the only plant in the world for specialized technology and processes, in the sterility of essential drugs, in addition to that in Top. 5 companies export medical products to the country.
This new plant will optimize the product processing network to provide efficient distribution centers in the United States and Europe.
Its construction began in August of this year and is expected to be completed in September 2024. After about 20 months, the process will indicate, register and obtain the necessary approvals, in order to start regular operations in May 2016.
Among the attendees were also Maria Angélica Granados Trespalacios, Secretary of Innovation and Economic Development; the municipal president of Juárez, Cruz Pérez Cuéllar; the general director of Mexico and Central of Becton Dickinson, Julio Duclos and the president of the supply chain Omar Galindo.