Querétaro, Mexico – BAADER is thrilled to announce the inauguration of its new Latin American hub in Querétaro, Mexico. This marks a significant milestone in BAADER's global expansion strategy and reinforces its commitment to building lasting partnerships and delivering innovative solutions in the poultry processing industry.
Dr Norbert Engberg, CEO of BAADER Poultry, emphasized the company's role as a partner and solution provider in Mexico: “In Querétaro, we are setting a benchmark for excellence in localized customer service. Our specialized team is equipped to provide uninterrupted operations and optimal production flow, ensuring that our clients in Latin America receive the same level of expertise and efficiency that BAADER is known for globally.”
The new hub in Querétaro exemplifies BAADER's dedication to providing localized support and services. With a specialized service team and essential spare parts readily available, BAADER aims to ensure uninterrupted operation and optimal production flow for its clients.
BAADER's expansion into Mexico has been met with an enthusiastic reception, indicating a strong alignment of values and cooperation spirit. The company recognizes the importance of not just being a business entity but also a proactive partner in the region, contributing to the growth and development of local communities and industries.
The company's confidence in the region is strengthened by the expertise of Victor Garcia Perez and Pedro Succarats, who bring deep insights into the industry and the Latin American and Spanish markets. Their skills are crucial in tailoring BAADER's solutions to meet the unique needs of the region.
BAADER extends its heartfelt gratitude to the notable attendees of its launch event in Querétaro, including Thomas Meller from CAMEXA Bajío, Enrique Arista of North Drive Systems, CANACINTRA's General Director Fernando Vielma, and local government representative Juan Manuel Guerrero Palma. Special thanks are also given to Genaro Montes Díaz, Querétaro's Undersecretary of Economic Development, and Thomas Wagner, Germany's Honorary Consul in Querétaro, for their invaluable support and perspectives.
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