The project will generate 7 thousand jobs, and residents of Villa Unión, Concordia, Rosario and Escuinapa may be employed
Sinaloa.- The Secretary of State for the Economy, Javier Lizárraga Mercado, assured that work will be carried out in southern Sinaloa, by investment from the Tetakawi group of Sonora, where jobs will be generated for 7 thousand people.
“It is a class A industrial park, advanced manufacturing, where the largest employer in Sonora is very interested in coming to the part of Mazatlán, so they did a study, and all the human labor needed was found in Villa Unión, Concordia, Rosario and Escuinapa, “declared the functionary.
He also said that the study carried out showed that the conditions are in place in southern Sinaloa, along with the preparation to offer jobs to up to 7,000 in the coming years.
The functionary highlighted the realization of an aerospace park, which would be the first park in the Mexican Republic with an airport and its own runway.
“A plant that will produce unmanned aircraft with multipurpose cargo will be housed there,” he explained.
Lizárraga Specific market that this park would be located 9 kilometers north of Mazatlán and that it would be called “Mazatlán Aerospace Park”.
“There the idea is 200 hectares of an industrial park that will have an airport with its own runway and that in the second stage, fresh fruit can already be exported, as freshly cut,” he said.