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Breaking ground in Mexico

June 28, 2015 Article 1 min read
Authors:
Brandon M. Podolski Plante Moran Cresa
Plante Moran Cresa client Neapco Holdings LLC broke ground on its new plant in Arteaga, located in the Mexican State of Coahuila, after leasing space for nine years.

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Plante Moran Cresa client Neapco Holdings LLC broke ground on its new plant in Arteaga, located in the Mexican state of Coahuila, after leasing space for nine years.

The ceremony was led by Vice President and General Manager Ray Adamczyk.

“This is a high-tech product, and we need the people skills of Coahuila,” said Adamcyk. “We traveled around Mexico but have returned to Coahuila because we feel that this is the best place to invest. We chose Coahuila for one simple reason: its people.”

Adamcyk also stressed the importance of developing technical schools and government support for such projects. “This is an important consideration when choosing this region, where we have the opportunity to grow in the future right.”

Governor Ruben Moreira cited that the skilled labor and the geographical position of Coahuila are positioned to allow for the arrival of more investments to the state.

Neapco, a manufacturer of parts for automotive transmissions and addresses, is also a leader in machining operations with CNC and other equipment.

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