Santa Teresa Newswire
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In his op-ed piece , "Hope isn't a plan for our economy," Stephan Helgesen states that "on its surface" the Department of Commerce report that New Mexico's exports to Mexico increased 93 percent in 2014, leading all U.S. states in export percentage growth, is good news. He then comes to the conclusion that this increase is "due to a few huge companies like Intel , which accounts for more than half of our total exports, most of which are heading south of the border to Mexico destined for assembly in a maquiladora and ultimately re-exported to the U.S." Finally, he recommends an economic development strategy that doesn't specifically include Mexico. Comment?
A U.S. Commerce Department report being released today ranks New Mexico the fastest-growing place in the country for jobs related to exports. A U.S. Commerce Department report being released today ranks New Mexico the fastest-growing place in the country for jobs related to exports, according to a report in the Albuquerque Journal. Comment?
The new business park will be located next to a Union Pacific Railroad's new $400 million Santa Teresa rail facility, pictured here. The boom in Santa Teresa, N.M., shows no sign of slowing, with construction of a new business park underway, an $11.1 expansion for an existing manufacturing firm and ongoing efforts to attract more companies to the border town, according to a report in the Albuquerque Journal . Comment?
ERO Intermodal Services, a logistics company, inaugurated a large facility in the Santa Teresa Intermodal Park in Santa Teresa, N.M. The company is expecting to hire 50 new employees over the next three years. Santa Teresa is a major port of entry for goods coming into the United States as well as goods flowing south of the border. Comment?
The new Santa Teresa, N.M., rail facilitya is one of several factors driving economic growth in the border town. A host of developments in 2014 are setting up the area surrounding Santa Teresa, N.M., for economic expansion, according to a report in the Albuquerque Journal . Comment?
Border city Santa Teresa, where demand for industrial space is growing fast, has virtually run out of commercial space to offer businesses, according to a report in the Albuquerque Journal. Of the Santa Teresa market's 3.3 million square feet of space, only 8,000 square feet is currently available, the Journal reported - and that space doesn't have a dock, office or bathroom. Comment?
The new New Mexico Transloading facility will be on this 36-acre site on industrial land in southeast Albuquerque. GandyDancer LLC is building the new facility to service BNSF rail and the freight customers that can use a large transloading facility. Comment?
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