Tim Hortons arrives in Tamaulipas! This will be the location of your NEW branch


Franchise originally from Canada prepares expansion throughout the state in northeastern Mexico. It has already launched its job board and is looking for personnel

The foreign franchise Tim Hortons, with a presence in important cities of the Mexican Republic, plans its arrival in Tamaulipas by contemplating the opening of a branch in Reynosa, the first formal one in this entity, while it is reported that it will do the same in Tampico, although there is still no date for define.

This brand of restaurant and cafeteria originally from Ontario, Canada, is looking for personnel, while on a piece of land located on Hidalgo Boulevard, in the border municipality, it carries out the work of building the establishment, by placing advertisements for its future opening.

For now. Grupo Inlosa is looking for managers and assistant managers on digital platforms, the call for which has been given through emails. The job offer was published as of this Monday and the requirement is to have at least one year of experience in the gastronomic field. At the same time, they offer salaries that reach a maximum of 13 thousand pesos per month plus legal benefits.

In Mexico it currently has almost 70 stores, most in Monterrey and its Metropolitan Area, in addition to expanding its presence to Saltillo, Querétaro and Mexico City. It was in 1964 when it went on the market in the city of Hamilton, in the Ontario region and arrived in our country in 2017.

For its part, regarding the southern area, it emerged that it is looking for a similar place in order to reach the area that includes Tampico, Ciudad Madero and Altamira in the coming months. Spaces are mentioned mainly close to the port of Altamira, in order to serve the market in the audited area.

If this occurs, Tim Hortons will expand the offer of foreign restaurant franchises located in the entity during the last decade, some with expansion plans not only in the current cities where they are located, but also to be able to do so in other municipalities.

Source: Milenio