Maco International announces 370 million peso expansion to La Jornada de San Luis
After a visit to the Meiko San Luis Bodos factory, an international automotive company, Governor Juan Manuel Carreras Lopez saw an investment announcement of 370 million pesos at the factory by the factory manager Francisco Diaz by Singam.
In the presence of Alan Krojek, CFO of Maco International and Matthew Pommerito, director of company operations, the CEO had an interview with representatives of the supplier located at the WTC industrial park since 2017.
In his speech, the director of the San Luis Bodos plant was tasked with presenting the expansion plans of the American-born company, which will permanently employ 294 people.
Mago International is a vehicle manufacturing / injection and assembly company for automotive equipment and automotive interior systems. In the company’s factory, they specialize in lightweight compression and injection molding for automotive equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and are ISO and IATF certified.
Its head office is in Sterling Heights, Michigan, and has more than 7,000 workers at 47 factories in the United States, Mexico, China, India, Russia, South Africa, South Korea and in Australia.
Company executives attended the presentation; Secretary for Economic Development; Pro is the General Manager of the San Luis agency and the leaders of the WTC Industrial Park