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May 2010

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From Site Selection magazine, May 2010

Your Mexico Option


here are many ideas that continue as ideas, and never quite take form. That was not the case with Amistad Industrial Developers, when its founder, Jesus Maria Ramon made his successful idea operational in 1978 in Cd. Acuna, Coahuila. Presently, with more than 30 years of experience, this idea has now grown to be one of the top development companies in Mexico.

Amistad Industrial Developers focuses on the individual needs of companies requiring strategically located real estate, construction or start-up needs in Mexico. When our clients require sites for warehouse distribution, corporate locations, manufacturing or production sites, Amistad has the depth, expertise and knowledge to quickly respond to our client's specifications ensuring that their project is completed successfully. As one of Mexico's top developers, Amistad works with each client to ensure its manufacturing success in Mexico.

With over 18 million square feet of industrial space built today, this number continues to grow since Amistad owns strategic locations throughout the country. Our standards for environmental responsibility are greatly considered, owning industrial parks and sites in the states of Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, Chihuahua, Sonora, Queretaro and Guanajuato with additional on-going developments elsewhere in the country. Amistad has grown to enjoy a presence throughout much of Mexico, and we are poised for further expansion, nationally and internationally. This allows Amistad to provide for a client family which includes over 100 world class companies. These companies have generated a total of 260,000 jobs which serve both directly and indirectly numerous types of industries.

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