Governor Mauricio Vila, together with the CEO of Tere Cazola, María Teresa Cazola Bravo, cut the ribbon and unveiled the inaugural plaque of the new processing plant and toured the facilities, passing through the offices, the raw material and finished product warehouse, cafeteria and the baking, confectionery, and packaging areas, where he learned about the processes used to produce these distinctive Yucatecan products.
This new processing plant of the Tere Cazola company generates close to one thousand direct jobs, with the projection of generating 76 more between 2023 and 2024, as a result of the competitive advantages and prosperity that the state offers to private initiative to invest and generate quality jobs that benefit more Yucatecan families.
When addressing his message, Vila Dosal pointed out that this plant comes at a very good time, since Yucatan is going through a great moment, as we come from a 2022 that was the year in which the state has received the most tourists in its history, we continue to be the safest state in the country and also the crime rate was reduced by 51% and it was the year in which more foreign investment has been received; besides that in 2021 was the year in which more jobs were generated in its history.
“This moment is due to the efforts of Yucatecans and many success stories, such as Tere Cazola’s, but also many other stories that we often do not know about, but that are being built every day based on effort and dedication.”
Vila Dosal recognized Tere Cazola as a story of effort, overcoming challenges and growth. “It gives us great pleasure and pride to see a Yucatecan woman who has started from scratch and who, the truth is, the only thing she has done is to give joy to all of us Yucatecans.”
The governor reaffirmed his support for the Yucatecan businesswoman so that together, as a team, we can continue to carry the name of Yucatan on high, but above all, continue to improve the state’s economy and continue to promote the generation of jobs for the benefit of Yucatecan families. “I hope that there are many other women who, following your example, can be inspired to start a business so that this state can continue to do better,” concluded Vila Dosal.
María Teresa Cazola Bravo, general manager, said that this industrial complex will provide the capacity to continue expanding throughout the country and bring a little piece of Yucatán to more corners of Mexico.
“We will cross horizons building new projects hand in hand with excellence and quality in the products we manufacture. We will maintain, as we have done since day one, the commitment to be a proudly Yucatecan company with the highest quality standards and a great sense of social responsibility,” said the Yucatecan businesswoman.