Leoni, a leading European provider of cables and cable systems to the automotive sector and other industries, has officially opened a new, environmentally friendly wiring systems plant here.
Between Mérida’s western border and the new industrial area of Hunucmá, there is the municipality of Ucú, which a local newspaper has headlined “the new ‘elite’ zone.”
Envases Universales opens its 2-billion-peso container plant on Thursday, July 13, creating 250 new jobs.
At the launch of a gigantic new brewery in Yucatán, Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto declared a “turning point” in transforming the country into a “trustworthy destination” for investment.
Well-heeled Canadians, turned off by an uncertain political environment in the United States, are heading even further south for vacation real estate investments this winter, reports the Globe & Mail.
One small tweak in the way the city’s façade-rescue program works has made a big difference, even if it did cost the city 10 million pesos.
The massive new brewery in Hunucmá isn’t even open yet, and its owner is already planning to expand it even more.
17,472 square meters of new sidewalk will have been installed by the time workers wrap up on Saturday. Crumbling sidewalks have been an ongoing issue here.
State officials have spent more than 22 million pesos on improving the street systems that surround the Siglo XXI Convention Center and the tangle of hotels and shops around it.
The University of Miami’s School of Architecture will collaborate with the Yucatán Science and Technology Park to create ZenCiti, a “smart city” expected to revolutionize the IT world.