Manufacturing News

Acura leads J.D. Power’s 2017 Mexico Vehicle Dependability Study
Acura ranked highest in J.D. Power’s 2017 Mexico Vehicle Dependability Study (VDS) with a score of 59 Problems Per 100 Vehicles (PP100), an analysis based on the evaluations of 9,950 interviews with owners in Mexico who purchased their vehicle from March 2014 through June 2016.  The study, now i...
BMW completes Data Center and Body Shop at new Mexican plant
A couple weeks after the Training Center of the new BMW plant was inaugurated, the Data Center became operational while the Body Shop is now in the tooling process, local media reported. The Data Center hosts 3,000 servers, the most for a facility of the German automaker so far. Meanwhile, 45 robot...
Hemaq sees investment opportunities in the Bajio region
Queretaro and the Bajio region represent an important area of opportunity to invest in the metal mechanic sector and the equipment manufacturing business for this industry, underscored Benito Gritzewsky, General Director of Hemaq Corporation. According to  Gritzewsky, this State is now appealing to...
Complet, planning to invest US$4 million in Mexico
With the objective of consolidating the manufacture of national UPS equipment capable of supporting operations for 15 or more minutes after a power outage,  the Mexican corporation Complet is planning to invest US$4 million in 2018. “The UPS units made in Mexico result 10 to 20% more economic tha...
Infiniti offers a glimpse of the all-new, Mexico-made QX50
Nissan’s premium brand Infiniti announced it will present an “all-new vehicle” at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show coming next week. Even though no detailed information was provided, the automaker released the teaser along with a glimpse of what clearly is the front fascia of the 2019 Infiniti Q...