Mitsui High Tech will invest 130 million pesos for the construction of its plant in Apaseo El Grande, Guanajuato.
The Japanese company stands out for being the main provider of frames for integrated circuits, precision tools, motor cores and surface grinders ; and will be generating 180 new jobs in the entity.
During his work tour of Japan, Diego Sinhue Rodríguez Vallejo, governor of the State of Guanajuato , affirmed the arrival of this Asian company in the region to expand its market and production in America.
At the work meeting, executives from the Japanese company Mitsui High Tec were present ; Kazuo Narita, Executive Chairman and Takafumi Kashu, General Manager; the governor, Diego Sinhue Rodríguez Vallejo; as well as the head of the Secretariat for Sustainable Economic Development , Ramón Alfaro; the Consul of Japan in León , Katsumi Itagaki; the General Coordinator of Social Communication, Alan Sahir Márquez Becerra, and state officials.
JICA supports SMEs in Guanajuato
Continuing with the work agenda, Diego Rodríguez Vallejo met with executives from JICA , the international cooperation agency in Japan , with the aim of strengthening collaboration and training programs to improve the meeting between Japanese and Mexican companies installed in the state. From guanajuato.
JICA Vice President Yamada Junichi promised to continue the training programs for Mexican companies, the promotion of scholarships for Mexican workers in Japan, and support for SMEs through the Guanajuato Training Institute.
During the meeting, Yamada Junichi announced that JICA support will extend to Guanajuato to promote startups.
At this moment, there are two Japanese companies interested in doing business in Mexico, specifically in Guanajuato due to the growing number of Japanese companies in the state.
Source: Mexico Industry