Published On: Tue, Aug 5th, 2014

German International Company seeking to invest in Yucatan

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With the aim of promoting investment in the Yucatan, state officials and representatives of Europoles Group GmbH & Co.KG, a Germany Company, attended a meeting where they unveiled the competitive advantages for the establishment of new business plants in the Yucatan area.
Europoles Group is a company part of VTC Industrieholding GmbH, an independent, medium-sized industrial group with headquarters in Munich, Germany.
The meeting was chaired by the head of the Office of the Governor, Eric Rubio Barthell, and attended by Europoles executives Hendrik Schulz, Daniel Stoppa, Torsten Rehfeldt and Klaus Merck. Also attending was Secretary of State for Economic Development, David Alpizar Carrillo.
Europoles GmbH & Co. KG implements new mast solutions all over Germany and other countries

Europoles GmbH & Co. KG implements new mast solutions all over Germany and other countries

At the meeting, Europoles Group emphasized that it is the only manufacturer in Europe with experience in the production of poles and towers of various materials, such as galvanized and stainless steel centrifuging and prestressed concrete and fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP).
Europoles Group also characterized itself as a leader in the design, manufacture, installation, servicing and maintenance of structures and antenna mounts. Europoles also produces urban decorative “poster-resistant” light poles, for illuminating streets and parking lots, as well as luminescence coating systems.
The German entrepreneurs expressed their confidence in Yucatan, its people and the State Executive, and added that it is an excellent place to invest.
Source: Notimex

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  1. hadi says:

    world need internatinal job centers for joblees peopel
    USA can start this new centers

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