Mayor announces – More creation of jobs as Bimbo and Wal-Mart to invest in area

Although the economic situation is not currently the best, good news in the creation of jobs for Puerto Peñasco continues to arise. Proof of this is that both national and international companies are already investing to establish themselves in the area, reports Mayor Heriberto Renteria Sanchez.

Mayor Renteria affirmed that in addition to the 500 jobs to be created by the first subdivision of 2,000 social interest homes by the company VIDUSA, companies such Bimbo and Wal-Mart will soon be adding to the generation of more work for the people in the city.

He detailed that both renowned international chains have already acquired land for their facilities, although there is no information available as to when the new branches would be open.

The Mayor reported that in the case of Bimbo, the firm bought an area of 800 square meters for the construction of a distribution warehouse that will create 80 new jobs.

He noted that in the case of Wal-Mart, they have already acquired nearly five hectares of land to build a commercial center within the short term. The number of jobs this may represent has not been defined.

Renteria Sanchez explained that although there has been tremendous investments in condominiums and tourism infrastructure, there is a lack of businesses that provide services for these developments. He noted this is precisely what they expect to achieve with companies such as these and others that are sure to follow in the near future.

The Mayor highlighted that investments by renowned chains is a sign that investors continue to believe in Puerto Peñasco and there is reason to also believe that the current economic crisis will be favorably overcome. 

Article by Jose Antonio Perez from Join Us Magazine                                                                            

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