Taiwanese company USI Electronics gave the starting signal for the start of the works of its manufacturing plant in the Axis Industrial Park, in Tonalá. Its landing investment in Jalisco is for 100 million dollars, hoping that its maximum capacity for the opening will be 20 electronic assembly production lines, and 25 semiconductor chip isolation lines, all for the production of electronic boards and integration. mechanics of electrical-electronic products.
The company officially announced the construction of its plant for installation in the Parque Industrial Axis Logistics Center 1 (AAA Institutional Park), which in addition to being part of the Association of Industrial Parks of the State of Jalisco, opened as the pioneer in the exit corridor to Zapotlanejo.
The event was attended by the general director of USI Mexico, Bernardo Santos; VP Global, Andrew Lee; the municipal president of Tonalá, Sergio Armando Chávez, and the executive director of the AXIS Centro Logístico Industrial Park, Roberto Álvarez.
The plant will be built with a 41 thousand square meter Build To Suit project because They will build one of the first floors in a “multi-level” warehouse in Jalisco, as it has three floorswithin a total land area of 26 thousand 112 square meters.
This electronic company expects to generate 700 jobs the first year, with growth to 1,100 direct jobs generated in the second year with competitive salary levels nationwide, the main reason why they decided on Jalisco at the time of their Site Selection for the search for qualified talent.
Regarding the Axis 1 Industrial Park, the Association of Industrial Parks of the State of Jalisco (APIEJ) highlights that it is a logistics center for installation purposes for the direct landing of national and foreign companies that wish to take advantage of the benefits of the Tonalá industrial corridor, logistics in roads and proximity to the airport.
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