Puerto Peñasco, Sonora. Dec. 14, 2016. In promoting economic development, while continuing to make the city attractive for new investment, Mayor Kiko Munro met with businessmen of Maquilas Tetakawi to analyze the possibility of establishing a manufacturing plant here in the upcoming year.
The mayor, accompanied by Luis Felipe Seldner of Maquilas Tetakawi S.A. de C.V., and David L. Thomas and Charlie Thomason of St. Clair Technologies, Inc., went over the geographic advantages and strengths of the area, from connectivity by air, railroad, and sea, to improvement of services and infrastructure, plus proximity to the U.S. border with Arizona.
“Puerto Peñasco has become not only the most important tourism destination in northwestern Mexico, but also an attractive city for new investment,” stated the mayor. “Installation of a manufacturing plant would create new sources of jobs, which would benefit families in the city.”
The mayor expressed his satisfaction that work his administration has done to promote Puerto Peñasco as a safe destination for investment is bearing fruit, affirming once again that Puerto Peñasco is part of a mega region for business.
Luis Felipe Seldner of Maquilas Tetakawi stated if they were to establish manufacturing in Puerto Peñasco this would be for wire harness assembly, noting there are tremendous advantages and possibilities for setting up the world class manufacturing plant.