Business man Roberto José Díaz-Durán, is taking on the challenge of investing in the municipality of Amatitlán, Guatemala with a futuristic vision and an entrepreneurial approach. This is an initiative to develop the sector with the creativity brought upon by the same ingenuity and effort that transformed an unused area into what is now the Monterrey Industrial Park. It currently is at 45,000 meters of space for storage and 33,000 square meters in infrastructure for services, which apply good business practices for the care and protection of the environment. The current sector is a development pole and opportunity multiplier considering the fact it could become the industrial area for Guatemala in a short period of time.
Monterrey Logistics, is a Company with the necessary physical and technological infrastructure to support their overall purpose. With a wide range of services of storages and logistical solutions, they are able to facilitate management at a competitive pricing point. In addition to great operative practices they are conscientious when it comes to their responsibility in saving the environment and promoting social and overall development of their personnel.
Furthermore, it’s very important for Monterrey to satisfy expectations and necessities for a highly competitive and demanding market. This has become evident as one of the company´s main objectives in the second semester of 2016 is to expand the Industrial park, known as Monterrey Phase II. Under this development the park will double in size, integrating an area along with 89,000 square meters for storage and services.
Moreover on the information above, Monterrey Industrial Park has the vision of becoming known for their quality of services, personalized attention, good practices and improvement among others. Last but certainly not least, social responsibility is vital in day-to-day tasks as they execute various projects that help humanitarian issues such as: health, education, and environmental protection among others. Furthermore, they also search for more businesses to support their efforts in the pursuit of starting bigger and better social projects in Guatemala.