NMEDD Press Releases - July 2015

Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes was recently interviewed on the KUNM radio program Women’s Focus.

Governor Susana Martinez Announces More Than 100 New Jobs in Las Cruces

July 31, 2015

Las Cruces, NM – Today, Governor Susana Martinez announced that Sitel, a leading global customer care provider, will add more than 100 jobs at its Las Cruces facility. The company has operated in Las Cruces since 2007 and is expanding in part due to support provided through New Mexico’s Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP).

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New Mexico MainStreet to Celebrate 30th Anniversary

July 21, 2015

Santa Fe, NM - The New Mexico MainStreet will celebrate its 30th Anniversary in Artesia on Aug. 13 at 3 p.m., at the Ocotillo Theater. This free event is open to the public and celebrates New Mexico MainStreet's many success since its inception in 1985.

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Governor Susana Martinez Welcomes New Manufacturer in Artesia; Company to Create up to 50 New Jobs

July 17, 2015

Artesia, NM - Today, Governor Susana Martinez welcomed a new manufacturer, CGS Group, to Artesia. The company expects to create up to 50 new manufacturing jobs over the next several years.

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Governor Susana Martinez Announces 140 New Jobs in Roswell, Expansion of International Aircraft Company

July 16, 2015

Roswell, NM -Today, Governor Susana Martinez announced that Aircraft Technical Support (ATS), a Florida-based international aviation service and support company, will expand its Roswell operations and expects to hire 140 new workers in the next year. ATS chose New Mexico for its expansion, not only because of Roswell's climate and low humidity, but also because of the state's improved business environment.

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Governor Susana Martinez Announces 25 New Jobs in Socorro, Expansion of Energy Manufacturer

July 13, 2015

Socorro, NM - Today, Governor Susana Martinez announced that manufacturing company Solaro Energy is expanding its operations in Socorro by doubling its production and creating 25 new jobs. Solaro, a solar energy manufacturer, moved its operations to New Mexico from California in 2012 in part because of the state's improved business climate.

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