By CAPosts 03 December, 2020 - 11:14pm 37 views
Today, with the presence of the President of the Republic, Andrés Manuel López Obrador and the Head of Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum and its General Director, Daniel Servitje, Grupo Bimbo, inaugurated the Distribution Center (CEDIS ) Metropolitan based in the Azcapotzalco Mayor's Office of Mexico City (CDMX) .
© Provided by Milenio The President inaugurated the Grupo Bimbo Distribution Center (Special)
Said CEDIS is the largest and most modern of its kind in the baking industry in the world , with which the company will be able to improve its productivity and increase logistics capacity and distribution efficiency.
"Grupo Bimbo will always be with Mexico, serving its consumers with quality, supporting farmers in the field, promoting sports and supporting small store owners. Grupo Bimbo will always be with Mexico, with investment, with ethics, with employment and sustainability. We are a company committed to our beloved country and to feeding a better world ", assured Daniel Servitje, President and CEO of Grupo Bimbo.
For his part, the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador assured that the public sector, the private sector and the social sector must work together since these three engines are what allow for economic growth so that, at the same time , there are jobs, and we also have well-being, peace and tranquility in our country.
"It is a pride that this Mexican company has a presence in more than 30 countries in the world, it is a Mexican company of global significance. Bimbo is a source of pride for Mexico; we could not only bet on public investment to promote the development of the country, it is required private investment, and we could not do anything without the workers. For this reason, what is being carried out is a joint effort, which inspires the government I represent, "said President López Obrador.
Similarly, the Head of Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum congratulated Grupo Bimbo for the investment it has made in the city.
"We are very grateful to them for continuing to support Mexico City. They had the opportunity to take this investment elsewhere, but we coordinated with the mayor's office so that it would stay here," he said.
The new CEDIS is a benchmark in terms of sustainability since it generates 100 percent of the electrical energy it consumes in a renewable way, it has rainwater harvesting systems, wastewater treatment and use of electric transport, in addition to obtaining the LEED Platinum certification
With an investment of 2 thousand 720 million pesos, the CEDIS has a total area of just over 89 thousand square meters (m2), of which more than a third (38,799 m2) have been intended for operational areas and more than 29 thousand m2 are intended for green areas