Editorial / La Voz de Michoacán
Morelia, Michoacán. European companies are confident and see the potential for investment in Michoacan derived from the road infrastructure, the railway network linking from Michoacan to Canada, as well as the reduction in the incidence of crime in the entity, affirmed Governor Alfredo Ramirez Pedulla, after announcing the agreements concluded derived from the tour that took place in The period is from November 24 to December 2.
The President pointed out that one of the most important investments made is 2.423 million pesos in the port of Lazaro Cardenas by the Dutch company APM Terminals, The same thing will be implemented between April or May next year.
He explained in detail that 70% of the investments made during the two years of the current administration are of European origin. And that since October 2021, P70.2 billion has been allocated to the entity.
Likewise, Ramírez Pedulla demonstrated that both AGerman Association of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (BVMW), APM Terminals, Siemens Energy, Agrana Fruit, Doppelmayr, Grupo Andritz, They consider Mexico a good place to invest, and this derives from the support in administrative processes and agility in customs clearance processes that are created.
This is also most prominent in plants Doppelmeier, in Austria, Manufacturing processes from Metal structures for the cable car to be built in Uruapan, With an investment of over 3,200 million pesos provided directly by the government of Michoacán.
On the other hand, the Minister of Economic Development, Claudio Méndez Fernández, explained that with Siemens Energy, there was collaboration on green energies, and the possibility of installing a hydrogen generation station in Lázaro Cárdenas, to provide service to the industrial sectors, was evaluated. Transportation, cars, etc.
While with Austrian Agrana Fruit Company It created a new investment application to strengthen the fruit processing plant, located in Jacona, as well as signed a coordination agreement with the Andritz Group to modernize the infrastructure of the Francisco J. Mugica Dam.