Link Electric Vehicles, a subsidiary of the US energy company Citizens Resources, is building an EV assembly plant in the Mexican state of Puebla. The facility should be operational in the second half of this year. The project is valued at $265 million, Kallanish discovers.
The plant will assemble microbuses, cargo and passenger vans as well as urban buses up to 8.5 meters in length, according to Link EV. The project is set to create around 1,650 jobs in fiv…
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