The Japanese companies Atsumi Mexico and DTHM, started the construction of its first plant in Mexico, that will be located in León, Guanajuato, with a total investment of 17 million US dollars.
Forty high level automotive specialized jobs will be generated with the construction of this new plant.
These companies are engaged in the manufacture of metal components such as gear systems, water pumps, power steering parts, valves, among others.
Its main clients are the companies Samtech, Nsk-Warner and Denso, also located in the state of the Guanajuato, specifically in the Guanajuato Puerto Interior complex, near León, and in other industrial parks along the corridor that connects the states of Querétaro and Guanajuato.
The event was headed by the mayor of León Héctor López Santillana and the head of the Secretariat of Sustainable Economic Development (SDES), Guillermo Romero Pacheco.
Source: Periodico Correo