REAL ESTATE ACTIVITY, which is always a sign of the economic movement of a region, continues to grow in the metropolitan area. One of these investments is the Torre Áurea promoted by businessman Jorge Tacea with an architectural design that includes a ground floor with commercial premises and an exclusive tower with large apartments on each floor. It is located on the Faja de Oro avenue, west side and the vertical building has seven levels.
Another development but in the center of the city is the one built on the land where the Alameda Cinema was located and that was demolished to build four modern apartment towers comprising more than 40, which have been commercially successful with demand from couples or families who they want to live in the second square of the city, with all services and close to new tourist and leisure options such as Paseo de la Cortadura or the new attractions of Laguna del Carpintero.
THE Arson caused in one of the submarine connections operated by Pemex, directed by Octavio Romero, WAS WORLD NEWS. What few know is that in the work to put out the fire and rescue hundreds of workers, boats from the Tampico company Naviera Bourbon Tamaulipas participated for almost 10 hours, directed by Gerardo Sánchez Schutz, and in which the French company Bourbon participates as a shareholder the ship “Alienor” from the wide fleet of offshore services of the aforementioned shipping company. Founded in 1982 by the captain and businessman from Tampico after several decades of strong growth, it decided to partner in 2006 with the French group Bourbon Offshore Holding, one of the leaders in offshore services in the world, with a presence in more than 50 countries. and a fleet of 458 vessels and more than 8 thousand employees.
Naviera Bourbon has its corporate offices in Tampico on Chairel Avenue and has facilities on the Veracruz bank of the Pánuco River, but its main base of operations is off the coast of Campeche and Tabasco. The “Alienor” is actually based in the port of Dos Bocas.
By the way, the Bourbon group that was owned by Jaccar Holdings was sold in 2020 to a company made up of the main French banks and that represented 75% of credit debts at that time. Operations have continued normally.
The national COPARMEX chaired by José Medina Mora this week will carry out a series of events and conferences framed in a Mexico-Germany Binational Meeting in which economic, environmental, health, security, democracy, etc. issues will be addressed. Entrepreneurs from all over the country attend, among them affiliated with the Centro Empresarial del Sur de Tamaulipas, chaired by Gabriel de Ibarra.
The Annual Assembly of the Mexican Foreign Trade Council, Northeast chapter, was held, which associates the Comce of Nuevo León, Tamaulipas, Coahuila, Chihuahua and Durango. During the meeting, held in person and virtually, the Monterrey industrialist Jesús Saénz González was reelected as president and, as honorary vice president, Felipe Pearl Zorrilla from Comce Tamaulipas.
The presidents of the Comce Coahuila and Chihuahua also participate in the board of directors. At the meeting, the federal Secretary of Economy Tatiana Clouthier announced that in the growth of the country’s exports during the first five months of the year, 40% was generated by the northeast of Mexico. The port of Altamira has had a lot to do with this growth.