MD Elektronik Mexicana, a company with German capital, arrives in LeónBy Elliot Bullman
Dedicated to the manufacture of cable assembly for the transmission of data for cars, this investment will provide from the Bajio electronic components to customers of the region and United States for the BMW, Volkswagen and Mercedes Benz brands.
With an investment of 20 million dollars and the commitment to generate 400 jobs, the automobile company MD Elektronik Mexicana was inaugurated in the Colinas de León industrial park.
Dedicated to the manufacture of cable assembly for the transmission of data for cars, this investment of German origin will provide electronic components to customers of the Bajio region and United States for the brands BMW, Volkswagen, Mercedes Benz, among others.
The undersecretary of investment attraction of the Secretariat of Sustainable Economic Development (SDES), Franco Herrera Sánchez, highlighted the strengthening that Guanajuato has had in recent years with the arrival of investments that consolidate the state economy.
Among the main factors that influenced the German corporate to decide to install a new plant in Mexico and to choose León as a destination were its geographical location, quality of life connectivity as well as the availability of local talent.
This new plant of the corporate will have a production capacity of 10 million pieces annually, and currently has 170 employees.
Robert Hofman, CEO of MD ELEKTRONIK, said that the main resource to meet the needs of its customers, come from the talent of its new employees, who represent the essential asset of the corporate.
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