Easyway Products will generate 2,500 jobs in Torreon
Easyway Products Corporation will start operations in Coahuila, for that it will invest 6 million dollars and will generate 2,500 jobs in the entity.
Easyway Products Corporation, a leading company in premium accessories manufacturing for furniture, will be located in the southern-center of Torreon.
Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio; Easyway Products Corporation has an extensive network of partners in international manufacturing to satisfy its customers’ demands. Besides, it highlights its Avant-grade management of the supply chain that will help them provide an added value to customers, investors and costs savings.
Jon D. Randman, president of Easyway Products Corporation, thanked Miguel Riquelme, governor of Coahuila, to municipal authorities and the businessmen for receiving them in the state.
Regarding this, he said that when they started the process to see in which city Mexico could expand, “we choose the one that was safe, had integrity and strong corporate responsibility.”
He referred that since the beginning they found that Coahuila and La Laguna share those values, therefore they committed to invest their financial capital in that city to create a workforce of 2,500 new jobs, building it as their operation grows.
Miguel Angel Riquelme Solis, governor of Coahuila, recognized that the investment of this company continues consolidating the state was an attractive place for the arrival of companies.
Also, he noted that Easyway Products Corporation found in Torreon a place with first-class indicators regarding education with a qualified and competitive workforce.
“There are universities, hospitals, an airport and its people inspired this organization to choose this land,” he said.
La Laguna – he underlined – emerges as one of the main investment poles in Coahuila.
He thanked the presence of Easyway Products Corporation officials, businessmen, public officials and representatives of business chambers.
Meanwhile, Fernando Menendez Cuellar, president of the Employers Confederation of the Mexican Republic (COPARMEX, by its Spanish initials) in La Laguna, said that the wellness of land lays in its people’s spirit.
Finally, Francisco Jaime Acosta, director of Economic Development and Government Innovation of the Municipality of Torreon, held that the investment attraction strategy was strengthened by joining efforts with the State Government and businessmen. “At the beginning, we settled the challenge of attracting investments, strengthen the private sector in alliance with the State Government, with universities to have a qualified workforce. I can only tell you investors: Welcome to Torreon!”