Martinria Expands Operations in Coahuila, Opens Fifth Factory

The new plant installed in the industrial zone “Choi Maria Ramon” in Ramos Arizpe, with an investment of $ 45 million.

with 45 million dollars (Million Dollars) Canadian Company Matheria International opened for him Fifth Floor in Coahuila350 direct jobs will be created.

The new automotive supplier plant, dedicated to the design, development and manufacture of light chassis and drivetrains, has been installed in the “Choi Maria Ramon” industrial park in Ramos Arizpe.

During the opening ceremony, Alfredo Alonso, Executive Vice President of the company’s Fluids and Propulsion Business Unit, noted that the first plant of Martinria In the entity it was installed 20 years ago in Saltillo.

Likewise, he confirmed that its operations have expanded to include cities such as Arteaga and Ramos Arizpe, strengthening the presence of three business units, with a total of five factories and 4,500 employees.

Photo: Coahuila government

The manager added that Coahuila was a place to do business characterized by its interest in education and the development of technical skills of its people, allowing for the manufacture of high quality products.

On the other hand, the entity’s ruler, Miguel Angel Riquelme Solis, confirmed that Coahuila It is the third most competitive state in the country, and has a distinguished business relationship with Canada, with more than 100 companies from the country.

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During our administration, nearly $1 billion of Canadian assets arrived in Coahuila. In this way, Canada becomes the third country with the highest foreign direct investment during our government, accounting for 14 percent of our total investment.

Miguel Angel Riquelme Solis, Governor of Coahuila.

Finally, the governor confirmed that the state ranked sixth with the highest generation of jobs, with more than 11,855 jobs.

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