Updated Industrial Parks Guide
The Saltillo Metropolitan Area (ZMS, by its Spanish initials) has several competitive advantages for the attraction of investments, being strongly consolidated in its industrial infrastructure.
That is why the Saltillo Economic Development Department, in conjunction with the municipal government, published the 2017 Industrial Parks Guide with the objective of presenting updated information on all the parks it owns.
This second edition of “Parques Industriales 2017,” gives a more updated view of the changes and adaptations that have been presented in this infrastructure as new parks and companies.
In addition to the information on Saltillo's good communication and location, we present the 25 parks and 4 industrial complexes and a shelter that provide all the services and accommodation for companies that come to the region.
Elisa Siller Garcia, general director of Economic Development, emphasized the importance of those who have an interest in investing in Saltillo, have these invaluable tools for the decision-making of both domestic and foreign investors.
“They look for the data for possible investments, and when we get them, these studies definitely take the decision to settle here, like the 56 new companies that arrived from 2014 to the middle of 2017 to our city,” Siller Garcia quoted.
Sergio Rodriguez, director of development and planning, was accompanied by the governor Jorge de la Pena, member of the commission of economic development and tourism, the councilor Nora Garcia Astiazaran and the Municipal comptroller Emilio del Bosque.
In the first edition, 1,500 books were printed and disseminated and used as a promotion to attract investment both in Mexico and abroad.
In this link you can do a digital reading of the Guide to Industrial Parks 2017 as well as other studies that have been published in the Directorate of Economic Development of Saltillo: https://issuu.com/dfesaltillo such as Climate, Technical Schools, Economic Profile, Workforce and Competitiveness of SMEs.