Mexico Industry was presented an article on the inauguration of VERNICOLOR in Mexico.
With an investment of close to 6 million dollars, Vernicolor, a company dedicated to the production of interiors for automobiles, injection of plastic parts and painting, began operations in its plant in Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila.
Francois Chanpier, president of the company, commented that they will strengthen the production of decorative parts for the interior of cars; in addition, he indicated that they will provide their employees with all the necessary tools so that they can grow individually and professionally.
Miguel Ángel Riquelme Solís, governor of Coahuila, offered to give certainty to the factory of French origin, since the entity has a first level infrastructure, skilled labor and labor peace.
He highlighted the state as the headquarters of the most important automotive clusters in Mexico and has a very competitive supplier chain by producing its own inputs in the region. Vernicolor will generate 500 new jobs and will be located in the industrial corridor Ramos Arizpe.