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  • The Energy Reform will double Arendal’s expansion
  • Bombardier accelerates production and biddings
  • Vuteq will invest US$24 million in a new plant located in Ramos Arizpe
  • Manufacturing industry increases investment in IT
  • Philips Lighting Electromagnetics has renewed its lease contract with INTERMEX for a 161,115 Sq. Ft. industrial facility in the Fernandez Industrial Park in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MEXICO
  • DUO-LOCK® A revolutionary joint technology partnership and development
  • Mexico may become a jets assembler
  • Experts from Mexico and Brazil have created singular nanoparticles for the aerospace industry
  • Land assigned to SCT for the new airport
  • New plants coming to central Mexico
  • Nuevo Leon will receive US$5.5 billion
  • Korea turns its eyes to Chihuahua
  • Tlaxcala works on creating an automotive cluster
  • Cosma has renewed its lease contract with INTERMEX for a 31,119 Sq. Ft. industrial facility in the Juarez Industrial Park in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MEXICO
  • Sanhua joins the client family as Amistad’s first Chinese Company!
  • California’s Coastal Closeouts, Inc. to operate in Mexico with the Tecma Group
  • First Texas Products has signed a lease agreement with Intermex Industrial Parks to expand their operations in Ciudad Juarez, Chih. Mexico
  • Danhil Containers has renewed its lease contract with INTERMEX for a 79,078 Sq. Ft. industrial facility in the Aerojuarez Industrial Park in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MEXICO
  • Bilco has renewed its lease contract with INTERMEX for a 41,100 Sq. Ft. industrial facility in the Gema I Industrial Park in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MEXICO
  • Queretaro is in an open fight with BC for the aerospace sector
  • Mexico advances in Logistics Performance Index

    Mexico City.- Mexico advanced from 50th to 47th in the last edition of Logistics Performance Index (LPI), a study made by the World Bank among 155 countries which considers issues that facilitate foreign trade, such as efficiency in goods transportation, storage, filings and payment systems at customs. Overall, Mexico was given 3.06 points, out of 5, for logistics performance. Singapore was first with 4.12, followed by Hong Kong, as a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China with 4.12 and Finland with 4.05. The United States ranked 9th with 3.93; Chile was in the 39th position, Brazil 45th and India was 46th with 3.08 points. In 2012 Report, Mexico’s performance reached 66%, while in 2010 it was 50% and in 2007 58.6%.
    Source: T21 | Date: 30/05/2012