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  • MXP$300 million to be invested in the first stage of Interpuerto

    Mexico City. - The inland port Interpuerto, located in Nuevo Leon, will invest in its first stage around MXP$300 million for industrial and logistics development. Hugo Gonzalez, Head of Development and Commercial Relations, said that they expect to receive the authorization to operate as a Strategic Fiscal Yard in coming months. In an interview, he said that the first stage includes the development of 254 hectares, which will be provided with basic infrastructure, to have them ready for the installation of industrial buildings. He said that Interpuerto will focus on the development of automotive, aerospace and agriculture/food sectors, mainly, and they expect to start operations within a few months with the installation of the first companies in the yard.
    Source: T21 | Date: 21/02/2012