Kuka Home unveils $150 million factory expansion in Mexico
Kuka's Mexico plant

Chinese upholstery furniture producer officially unveiled  its $140 million expansion of its factory in Nuevo Leon. The furniture giant's expansion is expected to to create more than 4,000 jobs, according to a report in Mexico News Daily.

The January 18 event was held in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and was attended by Kuka Home management, the U.S., and Mexico, along with local employees, customers, suppliers, and state and local government officials.

According to Invest Monterrey, the project has already created 1,000 jobs and aims to reach 2,500 jobs by the end of the year. Governor Samuel Garcia recognized the positive impact on state connectivity.



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