Mileno-Digital was presented a video report on the inauguration of VERNICOLOR in Mexico.
With an investment of six million dollars, Vernicolor inaugurated a new production plant in the “Ramos Arizpe” industrial corridor, in the state of Coahuila.
These facilities generate 500 new jobs and focus on the manufacture of decorations for automobile interiors, injection of plastic parts and paint, as well as their respective assembly.
The president of the French company, Francois Chanpier, recognized the support of the state and municipal authorities for the installation of the factory. While the mayor of Ramos Arizpe, José María Morales Padilla, indicated that the start of operations of this plant enriches the Automotive Cluster located in the Southeast Region.
During the Vernicolor plant start-up event, Governor Miguel Ángel Riquelme Solís offered to strengthen certainty and security.
As well as quality labor and labor peace for investors already established or seeking to settle in the state.
He said that Coahuila is currently home to one of the most important automotive clusters in Mexico.
In addition, the supply chains have grown and now produce their merchandise in the entity. “Many come from abroad, but many other products are already made by Coahuilenses. That has been a win-win for our productivity,” she emphasized.
Finally, the president applauded the initiative of the State Congress to offer training to the next municipal authorities. Who will take possession of their commissions on January 1 ; seminar that he inaugurated moments before in Saltillo.
The Vernicolor corporate handles injection molding processes, automatic painting lines, assembly, laser engraving and ped-printing of plastic parts.