Walmart opens $36 million center in southern Mexico
Continuing its strategic focus on the flourishing Mexico and Central America markets, Walmart has announced another investment to its logistics network through Mexico. The company will invest $36 million distribution center in Yucatán.
“This new business unit will positively impact the state’s production infrastructure, since it will not only generate more than 500 direct and 250 indirect jobs, but it will also expand its supply network to the states of Campeche and Quintana Roo. This will reach more places in less time, which will eventually boost the investment made and attract more local suppliers,” Walmart’s executives stated, according to The Yucatán Times.