Whirlpool to invest US $120 million in Coahuila plant
Total investment in Mexico for 2021 will be over US $150 million
U.S. electrodomestics company Whirlpool has announced a US $120-million investment at its plant in Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila.
Most of the amount will be used to expand the manufacturing facility by 30,000 square meters by 2024, increasing capacity for a new production line for french door refrigerators and creating 1,000 new jobs. The factory currently employs 2,945 workers.
Whirlpool plans to produce 300,000 of the french door refrigerators per year once the line is in operation.