Playa del Carmen, Q.R. — The first phase of the Playa del Carmen Central Supply and Logistics Centre has been inaugurated. On Wednesday, Mayor Lili Campos, accompanied by investors, the project developer and the Secretary of Economic Development of the State Government, Carla Almanza, inaugurated the first phase.
More than a year after construction began, the ribbon was cut marking the start of first phase operations. The 1.3 billion peso logistics centre has been constructed on Colosio Avenue near the Tren Maya station.
During the ceremony, the mayor highlighted the importance of the project for the region. “It is an honor and with pride that today we can count on the first phase of the Central Supply Centre in Playa del Carmen.
“This not only encourages economic development, but also contributes to the conservation of the environment and provides security to our community,” she said.
Campos thanked the project developer, Wilbert Gutiérrez, the investors represented by Marco Lanterra and Carla Almanza, the State’s Secretary of Economic Development for their support and collaboration.
Project developer, Wilber Gutiérrez Álvarez, from Investment, expressed his commitment to honesty and excellence in the execution of the project. He stated that the Playa del Carmen Central Supply and Logistics Center will be a milestone that will raise the quality of life of Solidaridad families and the region as a whole.
At the end of the ceremony, details were revealed about the magnitude of the plant, which consists of over 200,000 m² of space and offers 190 warehouses, 120 market stores, a gas station and a nearby hotel.
The centre was built within a two kilometer proximity of the Maya Train station.