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Government of Quintana Roo committed to the relaunching of the Industrial Park with RFE

by Magali Alvarez
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Cancun, QRoo.- The local Secretariat of Economic Development will not let the Industrial Park with Strategic Bonded Warehouse (RFE), which was built during the previous administration without yielding the expected results, die.

The head of the agency, Karla Almanza, announced that investments are being made in the construction of new industrial buildings, but companies interested in building their own infrastructure have also approached her, for which two leasing schemes are being offered, that is, the land to build or the buildings already developed with resources from the Government of Quintana Roo.

“There were some unfinished issues in legal fiscal aspects and the operating license; today we are very advanced in the solution and we are already doing the round of interviews with investors so that they can begin to occupy. This year we will continue with the investment”.

She said that they are still outlining the rules of operation of the trust that operates the precinct, so that it will be clearer how to work within the facilities.

The Mayan Train, said Almanza, opens possibilities for manufacturing and exporting from the Chetumal Industrial Park, from solar panels to agro-industrial products from the south of the state, and in fact there are already several companies interested not only in renting one of the available warehouses, but also in building their own industrial warehouses to adapt them to their needs.

Unfulfilled potential

According to the previous state administration under former governor Carlos Joaquin, the Industrial Park with RFE is strategically located in the Chetumal Free Zone, which within a 1,500 kilometer radius has access to a market of more than 200 million consumers, including Central American cities.

The total investment in the industrial park was estimated at 11,000 million pesos for the entire precinct, which covers a total of 2,267,365 square meters.

The warehouses, which would be located at kilometer 5.5 of the Chetumal-Bacalar highway, would have different dimensions ranging from 300 to 6,000 square meters; however, only four industrial warehouses were developed at the end of the previous administration.


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