Next year, the Mexican company WTech will assemble tactical vehicles with Dutch technology in Jalisco.
According to the company, in their first phase, they will produce more than a thousand tactical vehicles with the highest quality standards and international certifications, suitable for survival.
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The Mexican company mainly offers tactical, security and transportation products to the national, American, Canadian and Latin American markets and is supported on this occasion by the Dutch brand Defenture.
According to Ramón Richard, CEO of the company, “They will have the necessary international certifications, in addition to the transfer of specialized technology, which will provide reliability and stability to this great project, one of a kind in Mexico.”
The plant will be completed in the second half of 2023 and will involve an investment of USD 180 million. Once operational, the plant will represent more than 900 direct jobs and just over 3,600 indirect jobs.
They also announced that they are collaborating with the military division of the KIA brand in Mexico to certify and train personnel with the aim of making the country a mid-term power in developing tactical and security products.