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Empresa coreana se expande en Playas de Rosarito | El Economista

http://m.eleconomista.mx/estados/2017/04/28/empresa-coreana-se-expande-playas-rosarito

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Beaches of Rosarito, BC. Hyundai reported that for the second time in less than a year it will expand its facilities located in Playas de Rosarito, Baja California, with an investment of 100 million dollars. The Secretariat of Economic Development (Sedeco) said that the factory currently has 2,000 employees And expects to grow at least another 400 work spaces within the facilities. Undersecretary of Promotion of the Sedeco, Jose López Castellanos, said that of the 100 million dollars, 85% is for infrastructure, and the rest for machinery of the Plant. “The company currently has 5,500 workers, 2,000 at the Rosarito plant, which is about to grow, and the rest at the Tijuana plant; The intention is that to finish the year we can see the start of this expansion, “he said.

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Only in October of last year, the company, which began operations in the company since 1995, announced the expansion of its plant in Playas de Rosarito, for which 85 million dollars were invested. At the inauguration, Governor Francisco Vega de Lamadrid, Said that the start of operations of this new industrial ship that will manufacture trailers meant the creation of 2,000 jobs. Likewise, the president said that the plant is located in a land of 120 hectares and that Hyundai is one of the 46 Korean companies operating in Baja California, positioning the country as the second largest foreign investor in the state, only after the United States. Hyundai Translead president Kyoung Soo Lee detailed at that event that the new plant will manufacture 25,000 trailers a year, in addition to recognizing that the State and municipality supported the project with infrastructure for its construction and operation.

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