Queretaro, Qro. EXFOa Canadian telecommunications company, is investing 200 million pesos to install an operations center in the entity, which will become operational on December 1 this year.
As part of investment planthe company will generate 235 new jobs, company executives confirmed, as part of Canada Governor Mauricio Kuri González’s tour.
During the second day of activities in this country, the Querétaro delegation visited the factory of the Canadian company in Quebec, where they discussed the status of the investment project, the facilities of which will be part of the Querétaro Industrial Park, in the state capital . .
In this room will be a fiber optic factory, test equipment; they will also develop solutions for network management, internet service providers and telecommunications manufacturers. The company is a worldwide reference in telecommunications testing.
The founder and CEO of EXFO, Germain Lamone, highlighted the state capital as an investment destination; in addition to highlighting the education plans in which both the public and private sectors work together.
For EXFO it is an investment that will last in the long term. (…) (They are) committed to making us present in Querétaro, in a successful and mutually beneficial situation,” he stated.
The company is listed on the NASDAQ and Toronto Stock Exchanges; It has 1,700 employees in 25 countries.
Meanwhile, as part of the second day of activities in Canada, the delegation of Queretaro officials met with La Francophonie’s Minister of International Relations, Martine Biron, to present internationalization strategies.
Similarly, with the Vice Premier of the Province of Quebec – also Minister of Transport and Sustainable Mobility – Geneviève Guilbault, to talk about collaborative projects of green technologies, as well as promoting international cooperation in the political, academic and economic fields.