Poultry Firm Keken plans to triple its size in Yucatan in a 7-year period

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The large companies that have invested in Yucatan are full of projects and enthusiasm for the potential of economic growth in the state, and the representatives of four important industrial groups met earlier in June at the VIII IMEF Forum, in order to analyze the needs and expectations of the Yucatan’s development.

“Many other companies have expressed interest in coming to our state. Yucatan is really fashionable, but we have to comply and meet certain conditions, among which a reliable legal framework is fundamental” said Claudio Freixes Catalán, CEO of poultry company Kekén.

“It’s a very sensitive issue, industrial firms want their investments to be safe” he continued. “Capital is “a coward” sometimes, and when it feels that there is a risk, it goes away … like it happened with the maquiladoras a few years back”.

Much has been improved on the legal side, but we must continue working “because we want to see a Yucatan full of employment, wellpaid working positions and progress” said Freixes, who revealed that Kekén has many projects on the make.

“We want to double the size of the company in 2020 and again in 2025,” Claudio Freixes, CEO of poultry company Kekén concluded.

Source: yucatan.com.mx







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