Coatzacoalcos


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Coatzacoalcos

(kwätsäkwäl`kōs), city (1990 pop. 198,817), Veracruz state, E central Mexico, at the mouth of the Coatzacoalcos River. It is a port on the Gulf of Campeche, as well as the northern terminus of rail traffic across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Highway communications are also good. The city is an important commercial center; oil, sulfur, and timber are exported.
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CLARIANT EXPANDS OPERATIONS IN COATZACOALCOS, MEXICO
Asi, ante la Procuraduria General de la Republica denuncie por incumplimiento del deber legal, omision y negligencia, ademas de corrupcion, delincuencia organizada, extorsion, fraude y lo que resulte, al secretario de Seguridad Publica, al director de Prevencion y Reinsercion Social, asi como a directores y custodios de los ceresos de Coatzacoalcos y San Andres Tuxtla.
CINDY PEARLMAN NYT Syndicate As a young girl growing up in Coatzacoalcos, a port city on Mexico's eastern coast, Salma Hayek lived for Saturday afternoons.
Durante muchos anos Miguel Gallardo conservo tristemente viva la escena ocurrida una noche en El Pelon, un bar de la zona roja de Coatzacoalcos.
In response to this regulation, Intertek registered eleven ISO 17025 accredited laboratories with the Mexican Ministry in order to adhere to the new regulations: Houston, USA, New Orleans, USA, San Francisco, USA, Nederland, USA, Corpus Christi, USA, Altamira, Mexico, Coatzacoalcos, Mexico, Panama, Rotterdam, Netherlands, UAE, Singapore.
Ensuring such certification requires careful monitoring of the production processes, which Clariant has now put in place and was confirmed by RSPO auditors who visited all relevant sites, Muttenz, Santa Clara, Coatzacoalcos, Suzano and Gendorf, during the past two years.
Pemex CEO Jose Antonio Gonzalez Anaya, who traveled to the site e port of Coatzacoalcos, one of Pemex's top oil export hubs, told local television it was unclear what caused the accident.
Mexican state oil giant Pemex said on Friday that the death toll from a petrochemical plant blast in the southeastern oil hub of Coatzacoalcos had risen to 28, in the latest fatal accident to befall the beleaguered company.
Perex, the state-owned oil company which witnessed an explosion in one of its facilities in Coatzacoalcos southeast of Mexico Monday announced in a press release that teams were able to reach most parts of the affected areas from the blast in the plant, noting that with the causalities found inside, 24 is the number of casualties of this incident so far.
Pemex said the explosion, which sent a huge, dark plume of smoke billowing into the sky, occurred at the facility's chlorinate 3 plant near the port of Coatzacoalcos, one of the company's top oil export hubs.
2000 GMT) at the facility's chlorinate 3 plant near the port of Coatzacoalcos, one of the company's top oil export hubs.
The explosion shook the Pajaritos complex, located in the eastern town of Coatzacoalcos in the eastern state of Veracruz, Governor Javier Duarte said on Twitter.