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  • International Surface Finishing Academy announces Anodizing for Aerospace Workshop to be held at the UNAQ campus in Queretaro, Mexico
  • Aerospace sector, efficient; reaches US$1 billion trade surplus
  • US$40 million investment made in Jalisco electronics industry
  • Hong Kong businessmen interested on making business with Mexico
  • Bombardier’s restructure will not affect Mexico
  • New landing system in Nuevo Laredo Airport
  • Querétaro, a driving force for aerospace exports
  • The State of Mexico has received investments for US$7.727 billion
  • Aerospace engineers wanted
  • Investment for US$374 million in the State of Mexico announced
  • Axalta will invest US$10.5 million to increase production in Mexico
  • President’s airplane delivered
  • Private investment for US$384 million in new industrial parks at Guanajuato
  • Amistad joins Nortek’s Divisions CES Group and Nordyne Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: July 2014
  • Amistad & Gentherm host Ribbon Cutting Ceremony: August 2014
  • OMA supports its growth on hubs and stakeholders
  • Ten companies are interested in investing in Coahuila
  • Ferromex invests in railroads network
  • Puebla will have new industrial parks
  • Businessmen announce investments in the energy sector
  • Plantronics celebrates 40 years with new investment in Baja California

    Tijuana, Baja California.- Celebrating their 40th anniversary in Tijuana, Plantronics de Mexico announced a US$30 million investment for the construction of a new plant. Ken Kannappan, President, said that the complex will integrate the design, distribution and logistics centers they currently operate, to start operating at their new premises in 2013. The plant, which will be located near Mesa de Otay Port of Entry, will provide for 25% to 30% growth, because the company will transfer new production lines, Alejandro Bustamante Gutierrez said. Mr. Bustmante was recently promoted from President for Plantronics Mexico to Global Operations Vice-president. The company’s labor force in Tijuana amounts to close to 3,000 employees distributed among four units: Manufacturing, Design Centers, Customer Service and Distribution.
    Source: El Economista | Date: 12/06/2012