South Zone - Issue 53

++accel_logistica++ ACCEL Logistica planning to expand operations in Cancun

Mexico City.- The Mexican logistics company ACCEL is analyzing the possibility to expand to Cancun, where they would provide cold chain services to hotels in Riviera Maya for perishables imported from Miami, Manuel Muñoz, CEO, ACCEL Logistica, informed.
“This is a sure market, because people anticipate their reservations and hotels know what their occupation will be months in advance, and therefore food needs for tourists can be estimated”, Manuel Muñoz explained.
The company has 35,000 square meters (376,735 square feet) of refrigerated warehouses in Chihuahua, Monterrey, Guadalajara and Mexico City. In addition, a study, currently in its initial stage, is being made to expand cold chain services to Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz.

++techint++ Techint will increase investments in Mexico

Veracruz.- Paolo Rocca, President of the Argentinian company Techint, reaffirmed his company’s confidence to keep their investments in Mexico and recognized the Federal Government’s effort in its fight against organized crime.
During his speech inaugurating the new laminating center to produce seamless steel pipes, he said they will increase their investments here to take advantage of mining resources in Colima and Michoacan.
In addition, they will build other complexes to meet steel products demand by the automotive sector. Mr. Rocca said that in spite of 2008 world crisis, they observed stability in Mexico, which provided their investment decisions with confirmed certainty.
Bruno Ferrari, Minister of Economy, encouraged the confidence of these foreign investors by pointing-out the benefits offered to Mexico by several free trade agreements and regulations flexibility.

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