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  • Deacero’s Aceria 3M Plant will start operations next November

    Saltillo, Coahuila.- Grupo Deacero will start operations next November in their new plant, Aceria 3M, where more than US$700 million have been invested, generating to date between 2,000 and 2,500 jobs in the construction and initial tests stages. Raul M. Gutierrez Muguerza, President, Grupo Deacero, said “First stage works started in the rolling mill last February, and the second stage is expected to start late in November, when we will have one thousand people working at our facilities”. He also acknowledged the expectations generated by this investment in Coahuila Southeast Region. He further pointed-out that Grupo Deacero made additional investments in the construction of two grade separations and two bridges for railroad access to the facilities of the huge complex which will start final tests and operations next November, but which will be officially inaugurated early next year.
    Source: Vanguardia | Date: 17/08/2012