Companies in the Tucson mining sector find success, success that can be replicated by new startups, expansions and relocations in this Southwest city.
That’s the message of my updated Tucson mining white paper for Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson, “Serving the Mining Industry? Consider Tucson, Arizona, Where Opportunities Abound.”
The 13-page report presents the advantages of moving or establishing mining-related businesses in this Southwest city. Tucson already is home to Caterpillar’s Surface Mining & Technology headquarters and its proving grounds, Hexagon Mining, Modular Mining and Epiroc.
Metal ore mining has been a staple of the Tucson economy for well over 100 years, providing copper and other minerals to the world. It’s the reason why support-service businesses have located here. It’s also why Tucson-based University of Arizona has a deep commitment to research, engineering, safety and training for future generations of mining.
Companies that provide products and services to mining operations here and around the world find additional reasons why Tucson is a good place to be based. There are tax incentives, venture capital and startup support that encourage and grow the Tucson mining sector.
“Tucson and Southern Arizona offer everything that makes a mining industry successful,” according to the Tucson mining white paper. “Businesses that serve and support mining are crucial to the success of the overall industry. The diversity of those services and products creates an environment that fosters innovation and growth.”
CREG Tucson is well versed in the special needs of mining technology and manufacturing companies. That includes knowledge and experience in warehouse space, optimum building configurations, R&D facilities and efficient transportation infrastructure.
Read my Tucson mining white paper, then contact me about how to find the Tucson commercial property you need.
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