REYNOSA, TAMAULIPAS.- With an investment of more than 9 million US dollars, the Erika de Reynosa Norte company inaugurated its plants 3 and 4 on Thursday, July 29th, with which it will generate 1,200 new sources of employment for the city of Reynosa, Tamaulipas.
“The qualified workforce that we have in Reynosa has shown a high level of quality and commitment to sustain the lives of thousands of patients with kidney failure around the world,” said Jesús González Romero, Senior Director of Manufacturing.
Steve Buchanan, Vice President of Human Resources for GMQS Americas Region, emphasized the value that Erika de Reynosa brings to the Fresenius Medical Care corporate.
“Our patients only live and thrive if we provide them with the highest quality products and over the years we have been able to count on Reynosa employees to source these high-quality products and for that, we are very grateful and proud,” said Buchanan.
In this way, the maquiladora, dedicated to the development of technology for the treatment of patients with chronic kidney failure, continues to grow after 32 years in this border city, becoming the largest in the world of this corporation.
This new space, like the previous one, has a clean room with characteristics of an operating room, warehouse, and shipping area.
“My recognition, the fact that they are expanding this company where they will be offering 1,250 new jobs to reach 4,700, is synonymous with trust and the good work of the qualified workforce in Reynosa,” said the Governor, Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, who joined the opening ceremony via videoconference.
The event was also attended by the Secretary of Economic Development of Tamaulipas, Carlos García González; the Director of Environment, Health and Safety of INDEX Reynosa, Marcial Zapata; the union representatives, Alberto Lara Bazaldúa and Fernando Salgado Delgado.
Source: El Mañana