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  • Senior Operations will grow in Saltillo
  • Quimmco invests in auto parts development
  • Sanmina will invest US$27 million
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  • Two new auto parts companies coming to San Luis Potosi

    Mexico.- The establishment of the Canadian company Automotive Bend de Mexico and the Japanese company Keihin, which will be operating in the short and medium terms, will represent an investment over MXP$500 million in San Luis Potosi and the generation of more than 943 direct jobs. Automotive Bend de Mexico, a company in the automotive field, will be located in Lokistik Industrial Park, and will make an investment estimated in US$3.5 million, generating more than 123 jobs. Governor Fernando Toranzo Fernandez also met with officers from Keihin de Mexico, headed by their Operations Manager, Tatsuo Kawamura, who announced they will break ground next April to build the premises for this company, a Honda supplier, and that they estimate to start operations next December or early in 2013 at the latest, after making a investment amounting to MXP$500 million.
    Source: Portal Automotriz | Date: 26/03/2012