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    Coahuila, Saltillo.- Carlos Fernandez from BorgWarner Systems, confirmedthe arrival to Saltillo of an investment of European origin, to be made by a company based in Bremen, Germany. Carlos Fernandez, General Manager, Chain of Supply, BorgWarner Systems, Ramos Arizpe Plant, said, “our responsibilities include finding local suppliers and whenever not found, incentivesare offered to suppliers based in Europe. Therefore a European supplier is coming to Derramadero, they will be here in 2013”. “It is –Mr. Fernandez said— the manufacturer of a small compressor, a company that has entered an agreement with ManufacturasZapaliname, (Administrator of La Angostura Industrial Park), but they will operate in Derramadero, plans are, as I already said, to start in 2013”.
    Source: Vanguardia | Date: 17/05/2012