Tesla Inc. started hiring for the factory which plans to open near Monterrey, Mexicodays after announcing the facility where it intends to build the next-generation electric vehicle.
The automobile manufacturer is looking for candidates for a legal management, a construction safety management, financial analysts and logistics expertsaccording to job offers published in recent days.
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The hiring push highlights the speed at which Tesla tends to move with new plants. Executive Director, Elon Muskconfirmed on March 1 that the Austin, Texas-based company would build the factory in the Mexican state of Nuevo León, a day after President Andrés Manuel López Obrador unveiled an agreement.
The announcement of the Tesla’s inversionwhich according to the governor of Nuevo León, Samuel García, could eventually amount to US$10,000 million in multiple phases, signals a growing commercial interest in northern Mexico. The relocation of companies seeking to be closer to American consumers — and avoid the supply chain problems they had with international shipping during the pandemic — has been very positive for the Mexican economy.
López Obrador, known as AMLO, spoke with Musk and recently met with Tesla executives, including Rohan Patel, a former Obama administration official who joined Tesla in January 2017.
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