The Singular Aircraft company will invest about 300 million pesos
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- Finally, the vocation and layout for the construction of the aerospace park in Mazatlan was authorized, revealed the secretary of Economic Development, Tourism and Municipal Fishing, David González Torrentera.
The Spanish company Singular Aircraft will invest nearly 300 million pesos in this project, which will be the key to the aerospace industry in Sinaloa.
That process had been stopped, it was somewhat complicated to achieve the consensus of the different actors, but finally, on Monday it was approved to start the construction of what will be the key to the aerospace industry in Sinaloa. Mazatlan will be the first to have a park of this type.
González Torrentera pointed out that once the industry in Mazatlan is triggered, more and better-paid jobs will be generated and insisted that the municipality is very attractive for investment due to the great quality of life that it has.
In the park, where drones are going to be built, very soon they will begin to do earthworks and in the municipality, we are working with them very closely and when it is at its maximum capacity it will be able to generate 9 thousand jobs from all areas, but In particular, qualified professionals will be required.
The land on which the park will be built is located at kilometer 9 of the Mazatlán-Culiacán Highway, heading north, it will connect to this city through the construction of a bridge that crosses the highway and joins Mario Huerta Sánchez Avenue. , formerly the Habal-Cerritos highway.
In its first stage, 68 hectares will be developed and in the second stage, there will be 150, which will give a grand total of 218, in which 30 warehouses will be installed for companies with an industrial, commercial emphasis.
He indicated that in the first stage 10 million dollars will be invested for infrastructure, which consists of creating a photovoltaic park and to generate the electrical energy they require, purification plants and wastewater treatment, construction of avenues with hydraulic concrete, led public lighting and green areas.
The Mazatlan Post