Guanajuato Inland Port
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|Headquarters||Silao, Guanajuato, Mexico|
|Jorge Arturo Acevedo Alarid (CEO)|
The Guanajato are primarily Industrial Parks. Santa Fe I and II were designed and built in partnership with a Mexican industrial developer. It offers land for manufacturing and logistic operations.
In the last months, several foreign and domestic companies have decided to set up operations in the Santa Fe Industrial Park. Such companies include Hino Motors (a Toyota company), Guala Dispensing, Mailhot, Samot, Teco Westinghouse, Softer, Hiroshima Aluminum, Volkswagen, Pirelli and Mexico’s top footwear manufacturers; Flexi and Emyco. There is a new extension, Santa Fe II Industrial Park at GTO Inland Port.
A Photovoltaic Facility will supply renewable energy to industrial plants in the complex and the region.
Adjacent to the Customs Facility is an industrial park designated by the Federal Customs Agency as a Free Trade Zone (FTZ). Set up to farther exploit workers of the area, and get around taxes and employee protections of both Mexico and the US. GTO Inland Port’s FTZ is a new in-bond federal program that is designed for manufacturing and logistic companies which use foreign raw materials and components in their manufacturing process and ship their final products out of Mexico.
A a business park is currently under construction. Among the planned facilities for this area are two business hotels, restaurants and food court, office space for lease, banks, convenience stores and other services.
Community Services Area
A community services area was designed and built to further complement employees’ needs. This area has a child day-care facility, a medical attention facility, and a fire station. Sports and recreational facilities are in the complex as well.