Federal inspection type infrastructure promoted at US-Mexico border

Agriculture and Rural Development Secretary, Victor Villalobos Arambula, and the Governor of Sonora, Alfonso Durazo Montano, announced the construction of a Federal Inspection Type Slaughterhouse (TIF), which was received from the municipality black water This will help boost livestock production in the border region and provide added value to Mexican livestock.

Villalobos Arambula told that it would be a Establishment with Binational Complementary Investments, which would reduce and increase the export of live cattle to the United States high quality cut To supply the neighboring country’s market, without neglecting the national supply.

He highlighted that private investment and application of federal and state public goods It wants to give an added value to the benefit of cattle ranchers in Sonora and also in the country, as this model will have a instant results and can be repeated across the border.

“We are laying the foundation of a pilot model, we’re going to prepare to repeat it at the border and Teaching and Training Laboratory will be the leader“, said the agriculture chief at a press conference.

Victor Villalobos insists Mexico exports a year one lakh 200 thousand cattle heads And “we want to reduce that amount and send cuts with added value to the strategy starting this year.”

As part of his work tour, he said that Project not only Maquila. considers, but it also includes the holistic development of animal health, including a compatible on both sides At the border, where Mexico will do the same through the National Service for Health, Safety and Food Quality (Cenásica).

He told that there will also be an institution Sensika with him. Guarantee the quality of Mexican products and open markets; they will be with the process for path setting and its regulation, he noted.

The federal official indicated that the area of ​​​​the land on which the Rastro TIF will be built 10 hectares, suitable for your strategic location.

He said it was a binational project derived from the interests of both nations because of the demand for meat products the need for further labor in the United States that they have not been able to satisfy and that Governor of Sonora He saw it as a great opportunity and it is starting to come true.

Governor Alfonso Durazo Montano He remarked that the abattoir already has a major shareholder and that would allow it to operate directly along the value chain, avoid middlemen and provide additional value to exports, apart from increasing procurement from small-scale producers.

he said that business plan This involves involving the producers themselves as partners through private investment and the eventual formation of a co-operative society. This is great news that will drive black water And for the entire cattle sector of the state, he pointed out.

He explained that this model is initially associated with the construction of a cattle collection center in bavispe areaso that the fat can be worked there and the animals can be transferred to the new slaughterhouse optimum weight position to be sacrificed

representative of the group of investors, mario kolocuris, reiterated that the project envisages binational investment in building and operating a slaughterhouse at the national level, with plans to expand 20 years, which will be strategically located in Agua Preeta.

He listed that among the benefits are: Financing for small and medium scale livestock farmers, as well as operation of a packing plant.

Municipal President of Agua Preeta, Jesus Alfonso Montano Durazo, highlighting the response of federal and state officials to the implementation of public Works in electrification, paving, road construction and productive infrastructure, such as TIF Trace and Livestock Collection Centre, which will directly benefit the agricultural producers of the region.

It should be noted that the new mark will be generated up to 500 direct jobs in full operation and will have the capacity to process 1,500 cattle per day.

is sonora 23 establishments Federal inspection type, where meat products are slaughtered, harvested, deboned, transformed and stored. The main activity is the slaughter of pig species. Out of total, 15 establishments TIF de Sonora are authorized to export to USA, Canada, Korea, Japan and China,