EL DIARIO | 2013-05-24 |
Chihuahua governor César Duarte, said that this same year work will begin on a rail bypass from Samalayuca to Santa Teresa, NM, to facilitate the flow of commercial cargo between Mexico and the U.S.
The Governor stated that he is applying before the Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT) for construction of the railway expansion, which would go from Samalayuca to Santa Teresa, NM. Continue reading “Chihuahua Arranges for Rail Bypass”
By Albuquerque Journal Editorial Board on Sun, May 26, 2013
The hum of economic activity along the U.S.-Mexico border in Santa Teresa is the welcome sound of money changing hands. It’s called trade.
Companies are flocking to the industrial border zone just north of the Santa Teresa Port of Entry at a pace not seen since the 2008 recession. They will be supplying the maquiladoras in Mexico with components, raw materials, storage for finished goods coming out of the factories and transportation to distribute the goods around the U.S. and into Canada. Continue reading “Editorial: Santa Teresa economic boom good for N.M.”
Santa Teresa is a place whose time has come.
New Mexico’s border industrial zone is booming like never before, as companies scramble to set up shop or expand operations to supply Mexico’s “maquila” assembly industry with raw materials and components, and to provide storage and transportation services to move finished goods from Mexico to markets in the U.S. and Canada. Continue reading “As Trade With Mexico Expands, Companies Flock to Santa Teresa”
Dear Border Industrial Association Members:
The 2013 New Mexico Legislative Session adjourned this past Saturday. The session was a very good one for our BIA membership, as we successfully achieved $3.8 million extra funds for improvements to the water/wastewater treatment system in Sunland Park/Santa Teresa. Continue reading “2013 Legislative Recap”
By Harold Morgan
Jerry Pacheco can hardly contain his enthusiasm as he provides a “windshield tour” of the Santa Teresa Logistics Park just north of the Santa Teresa Port of Entry.
“Now it’s happening,” he says repeatedly. The enthusiasm may have drawn extra energy from Pacheco’s passenger this columnist being a fellow Santa Teresa true believer. Continue reading “Border Development is a Bright Spot in State Economy”