Published On: Tue, Oct 3rd, 2017

Italian company invests four million USD in San Miguel’s new plant

Italy has currently 11 projects worth US $ 1 billion operating in the state of Guanajuato. On Monday October 2, another Italian firm officially started to build infrastructure for the hydrocarbon and gas industrial sector in our state.

Bonatti Mexico invested 4 million dollars for the construction of its plant in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato; with the idea of ​​generating 200 direct jobs by the year 2020. This Italian firm with 70 years of experience has presence in 19 countries throughout the world, including Mexico.

Experts in the construction of large diameter pipelines and stations, the opening of this new project in the state, will consolidate its projection in our country.

Bonatti invests US $ 4 million in its San Miguel de Allende plant. (Special)

Bonatti invests US $ 4 million in its San Miguel de Allende plant. (Special)

Undersecretary of Investment Attraction of the Secretariat of Sustainable Economic Development (SDES), Franco Herrera Sánchez, mentioned that the installation of this new company will contribute to the economic dynamism that has been detonated in San Miguel de Allende and the whole Bajío region in recent years.

“Logistically, San Miguel and Guanajuato have a privileged geographic location, adjacent to Highway 57 and a few minutes from Highway 45, it also features the Kansas City Railroad Route, among many other advantages that I am sure will make this a logistic and operative hub for Bonatti ” he said.

With 7,000 employees in 19 different countries worldwide, Bonatti began its oil activities in Europe and then spread to Asia, Africa, North and South America. In Mexico it has an annual bill of $ 1 billion USD.

Paolo Ghirelli, CEO Bonatti said that Mexico is one of the countries where they have developed important projects derived from the synergy with their workers, of which 92% are Mexican, and occupy both managerial and operational positions within the organization.

“We have enormous expectations of growth in Mexico”, Ghirelli concluded.

 

Source: http://www.milenio.com/



 

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