Siemens announces investment of 683 million pesos in the "Mitras Project", in Nuevo León

Siemens announces investment of 683 million pesos in the “Mitras Project”, in Nuevo León

Monterey, NL. the german company Siemens announced this Monday, May 30, an investment of 683 million pesos to develop the Mitras Project, in the municipality of Santa Catarina, which includes the manufacture of low-voltage electrical products, which will create more than 450 direct jobs.

The announcement was made jointly by the Secretary of Economy of Nuevo León, Iván Rivas Rodríguez and Alejandro Preinfalk, President and CEO of Siemens Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, within the framework of the international technology fair Hanover Messewhich takes place in Germany.

“At Siemens we reinforce our commitment to New Lion. That is why I am pleased to announce that we will expand our operations in our factory in Santa Catarina, which translates into an investment of more than 683 million pesos in the “Mithras ProjectPreinfalk said.

Said project consists of the construction of a new plant of almost 18,000 square meters of construction with certification LEED Gold. It is expected to produce 874,000 plastic parts daily (low voltage products), with technology, which will reduce pollution thanks to the reduction of carbon emissions.

The director thanked the support and backing of the government of the state of Nuevo León and the Ministry of Economy “for the achievement of this great project that will allow the increase of our productive capacities in this region”.

For his part, the state Secretary of Economy congratulated Siemens for having made the decision to select New Lion for the establishment of the Mitras Project.

“We wish them much success and we are sure that hand in hand with the great talent of our state they will achieve their goals.”

“In Siemens we have found an ally for economic and industrial development. Alejandro already mentioned it, his plant in Montereydespite the difficult years brought by the pandemic, not only did it increase its production, but it also maintained and increased employment,” added Rivas.

He expressed that this good news makes more companies decide to invest in Nuevo León, since it is a guarantee of growth and success for their projects.

Siemens Mexico installed the first plant (Balvanera) in Querétaro, in 1987, later it opened other plants in Zapopan, Jalisco; Guanajuato, El Marqués (Querétaro) and the Monterrey plant in Santa Catarina, which has 1,400 jobs and produces low voltage items.

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