John Deere plant being built
According to the Company’s plans, the plant should start operating late this year, and even if it will not start with 800 employees, as originally announced, but with 400, it will still bring a respite as far as new jobs in the region is concerned.
This will be the second plant John Deere operates in the Region, they have another one located in Saltillo urban area (previously International Harvester).
Cutting and loading implements for agriculture equipment will be manufactured in Ramos Arizpe Plant, which the Company formerly produced in their Welland Plant in Canada, which closed in 2008 and where 800 jobs were cut down.
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