Published On: Sun, Jun 3rd, 2018

Pritzker Realty Group (PRG) wants to invest in Celaya intermodal railway terminal

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The company Pritzker Realty Group (PRG) is interested in investing in the Celaya intermodal railway terminal, according to a statement by the Guanjuato State Government.

Through a press release from the state government, it was indicated that this company has, currently, in Celaya, an industrial plant that is operated by its subsidiary Parqmex, that offers its customers industrial clusters, which share certain standard central features, that translate in high quality service at competitive prices.

This company, a world leader in its field, is an investor and strategic operator in the development of assets, the creation and operation of companies specialized in real estate assets.

(Photo: elsoldebajio.com.mx)

(Photo: elsoldebajio.com.mx)

Pritzker Realty Group offers design and construction for heavy traffic, condominium regime, agreements, conditions and restrictions (CCR), controlled access that works 24/7-CCTV, continuous and professional maintenance of all areas, signaling objects, marketing, project billboard , labor availability and connectivity: roads, entrance, exit, airport, railway, port and infrastructure.

On the other hand, the Delegation of the Guanajuato state government visited the town of Joliet / Elwood, Illinois, the CenterPoint Intermodal Center, the most important dry port in the world with more than 2,500 hectares of logistics services for the transport and distribution of goods.

This company is from the Pritzker Family, and one of the owners is Penny Pritzker, a businesswoman who served as Secretary of Commerce of the United States during the Government of Barack Obama.

Center Point Intermodal Center, has real estate and zoning to accommodate storage, distribution and manufacturing facilities, as well as container, trailer and equipment management.

Source: elsoldelbajio.com.mx



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