Sinaloa, attractive for investment by global companies


  • President and 15 businessmen members of the Executive Council of Global Companies attended a work agenda in Sinaloa.
  • The Governor, Rubén Rocha Moya, accompanied by the Secretary of the Economy, Javier Gaxiola Coppel, spoke with businessmen about competitiveness and investment attraction.
  • The President of the Council stressed that Sinaloa can become a strategic point for international markets.

Culiacán, Sinaloa, June 09, 2022.- Sinaloa is a state with the conditions to receive national and foreign investment. The Government gives certainty and works to attract more and better investments.

The Governor of the State of Sinaloa, Rubén Rocha Moya, accompanied by the Secretary of the Economy, Javier Gaxiola Coppel, received the businessmen and women members of the Executive Council of Global Companies, chaired by Alberto de la Fuente. Organization that brings together almost 60 transnational companies, of which 4 currently already operate in Sinaloa.

The state president expressed to those present his clear vision of attracting investment, as Sinaloa is a state that provides certainty to receive companies. And above all, it works permanently to develop human talent, regulatory improvement, with closeness and social inclusion.

For his part, the Secretary of Economy said he shared the Governor’s vision, being through investments and job creation, that social welfare is obtained.

“With the generation of employment, training and promotion of well-being in families. And of course, being a formal and strong economy with the generation of taxes”, she stressed.

Alberto de la Fuente, President of the Executive Council of Empresa Globales recognized the work done by the Government of Sinaloa, being a strategic point for global markets.

“Global companies are enthusiastic about the work that the current government of the state of Sinaloa and local businessmen are doing to turn the entity into a pole of attraction for quality foreign investment. It seems to us that Sinaloa can become a strategic point for international markets,” he specified.

The Secretary of Economy highlighted that Sinaloa is the state with the highest agricultural production in the country, in addition to being one of the most important tourist destinations, where large investments are made; It has 2 international ports of call connected by rail; in addition to natural gas and manufacturing industry with technology.

“We position ourselves as the best place to work in the entire country and the 8th state in competitiveness according to the IMCO. Only in the first quarter in 2022 we have received a foreign direct investment of $281 million dollars. And we are going for more,” he commented.

Gaxiola Coppel reiterated that Sinaloa is attractive, it has the logistical advantages to be a port of entry for goods in the great North American market. Thanks to the connectivity that the state has, Sinaloa is key to generating industry. Especially in the current geopolitical context.

“With certainty, the capacities that we have in the State, our strategic location and infrastructure, more investments will come to Sinaloa. “The conditions are given and we are ready to receive them,” he said.

The President of the Council commented that “these public-private partnerships must be a model to follow to promote economic and social development at the regional and national levels. The CEEG and the companies that make it up will be following up on the results of this meeting”.

In front of members of the Council and also personalities from the Sinaloa business sector, the Secretary of Economy reiterated the commitment of the Government of Sinaloa to always work protecting local and foreign investment and invited investors to settle in Sinaloa, generate employment, economic benefits and social welfare.

In the meetings held as part of the agenda of the Executive Council of Global Companies we have the presence of:

  • Shell Mexico; Pepsico; Honeywell; AXA; ARCELORMITTAL; Cargill; Daimler; Linde; Nestle; Whirlpool.

Personalities from the Sinaloa business sector also met.

  • Coppel Group; JOVA; Petroil; Viz Group; PINSA; Fetase; Calzzapato Group; Law House; Zucarmex; Chaparral Farm; Panama Group; Agrícola Del Campo and Associates; Opticians See for Real; Pacific Steels; Interprotection; CODESIN.

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