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  • Siemens announces new plant

    Mexico City —Siemens announced a US$5 million investment to build a plant where they will manufacture medium and high-tension lightning rods and lightning arresters in El Marques Industrial Park, Queretaro. This factory will be the third of its kind in the world (after China and Berlin) and will generate 60 new jobs. During the inauguration of Siemens new headquarters in Mexico, Dos Patios building –the most sustainable to date in Mexico–, Edgar Runnebaum, Director, Real Estate with Siemens Mesoamerica, informed that the factory is expected to start operations early in March 2013. 80% of the plant’s production will be exported and 20% will stay in the domestic market. This factory is the third Siemens builds in Queretaro in the last four years, thanks to logistics and infrastructure found at the region.
    Source: CNN Expansion | Date: 06/06/2012