Aerospace News

  • Constellation Brands on final stage to boost capacity at Coahuila brewery

    Constellation Brands, which imports the Corona brand and others from Grupo Modelo into the United States, is in the final phase to reach 27.5 million hectoliters of capacity at its Nava, Coahuila brewery.

    "From the operational point of view, our expansion projects in Mexico continue to advance on all fronts. Cerveceria Nava reached a record production volume during the second quarter (fiscal year 2018) and we expect to complete the

  • Mars Inc. gears up to open its second pet food plant in Queretaro

    Mars Incorporated gears up for its second pet food manufacturing plant in Queretaro, which is scheduled to start operation in mid-2018. For that end, the company plans to recruit its first 80 employees coming October 10.

    The new US$ 50 million facility is currently under construction in a green field adjacent to its first plant, opened in 1995. The new plant is expected to double the company’s output capacity in Queretaro, said an

  • DB Schenker opens facility to support Tequila Sauza exports

    DB Schenker, one of the world’s leading logistics supplier, opened a 60,000 square-feet logistics facility in Guadalajara, Mexico, to support distribution of Tequila Sauza, a Beam Suntory brand. At this dedicated facility, the producer of distilled beverages will be using DB Schenker’s full scope of contract logistics capabilities to manage the export of its finished goods.

    “This facility is entirely focused on Tequila Sauza

  • Gruma, on schedule to open US$ 55 million plant in Puebla this year

    Gruma, S.A.B. de C.V., a Nuevo Leon-based corn flour and tortillas manufacturing company, announced it’s on schedule to open a third production site for its Mission brand at the municipality of Huejotzingo, Puebla, before this year is ended.

    The facility will have a capacity to produce 50,000 tons of tortillas and chips a year, said Gruma on a report issued to stock market regulators.

    "With this new plant, which will create

  • NewStar Fresh Foods to add new equipment at Mexicali facility

    NewStar Fresh Foods, a grower, harvester and processor of a variety of vegetables, announced plans to enhance operations at its facility in Mexicali, Baja California, to reduce food waste, simplify their supply chain and ensure consistent portion control.

    Though no specific amount of investment was revealed, the California-based company said in a press release it will add mechanized optical sorters, precision slicers and form-fill