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21st Century sharpens focus on Mexico

Mexico – Software solutions specialist 21st Century Programming has recruited IVEMSA to bolster its presence in Mexico – a country it describes as ‘an excellent gateway to all of Latin America’.

IVEMSA, which has been offering a soft landing to those businesses wanting to start up operations in the region, will oversee this element of 21st Century’s expansion by assisting in customs expediting and human resources management, as well as in government and environmental compliance.

‘With several clients already in Mexico, we decided to expand operations into the country to take better advantage of the dynamic growth in that region in the recycling industry,’ comments 21st Century’s president George Kane.

IVEMSA is an experienced partner that has dedicated itself to helping companies explore Mexico’s business potential over the last 30 years, he adds. Transferring to 21st Century’s Mexican offices will be operations manager Rosa Jaramillo and HR co-ordinator Alejandro Zamudio – previously with recycling company Recicladora Cachanilla.

For more information, visit: www.21stcenturyprogramming.com

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