Manufacturing News

Automation creates jobs in Mexico, but it also reduces wages, new study suggests
Automation in the manufacturing sector is more likely to create new jobs in Mexico than increase unemployment, however, the trend will lead to a decline in wages even when other countries have experienced the opposite effect, according to a new report by the United Nations Conference on Trade and De...
Blackhawk growing thanks automotive industry
With its two-digit growth rates in recent years, Mexican foundry Blackhawk has a positive perspective for greater growth, mostly thanks to the automotive industry. Blackhawk Mexico is focused mainly on the heavy truck market and agricultural segment, even though the later has been a little depressed...
ArcelorMittal invests US$ 1 billion in Michoacán to boost steel capacity
ArcelorMittal announced a major US$ 1 billion, three-year investment program in Mexico, focused on building ArcelorMittal Mexico’s downstream capabilities, sustaining the competitiveness of its mining operations and modernizing its existing asset base. The plan is expected to support the creation ...
Ternium unveils US$ 1.1 billion investment plan in Nuevo Leon
Ternium S.A. today announced plans to invest US$ 1.1 billion to install a new hot rolling mill at its Pesquería industrial center in Nuevo Leon, Northern Mexico. The new state-of-the-art hot rolling mill in Mexico will target the growing industrial and commercial markets, improving customer service...
New leadership arrives to Audi Puebla facility
After Audi successfully consolidated the production start-up in San Jose Chiapa, Puebla, Andreas Lehe will now manage, starting October 1st, the duties of Production and Logistics in the plant. Klaus Peter Körner, who holds the position until now, will return in late September to Germany as stipula...