Published On: Wed, Mar 7th, 2018

“Parque Industrial de Quintana Roo” brings 20 million-peso investment to Chetumal

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“Quintana Roo state government welcomes four new companies at the Quintana Roo Industrial Park with a Strategic Customs Duties Area (Recinto Fiscalizado Estratégico), located on the borderline with Belize”, informed the state Secretary of Economic Development, Rosa Elena Lozano Vázquez.

The official informed that they have managed to conclude the business plan and the master plan of the entire complex, as well as a document that guarantees the industrial use of land, and that the project is part of the urban development plan for the Othón P. Blanco municipality (Chetumal).

With an initial investment of 20 million pesos through the National Institute of the Entrepreneur, the construction of the first industrial warehouses for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) will start. These brand new facilities will be occupied by the four confirmed firms.

“One of these companies is Wasser, which alone enlists an investment of 100 million pesos to build the first electrolysis and sodium plant in the state, that will allow to keep the pools of hotels clean without the need to use highly polluting chemicals,” Lozano Vázquez said.

The business plan of this firm from Cancun is to serve not only the hotel industry in the northern area of ​​Quintana Roo, but to export its technology to other countries in Central and South America.

Quintana Roo Industrial Park (Photo: El Economista)

RMT Newsroom with information from El Economista



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