Manufacturing News

Auto assembly plants report little to none damage by earthquake
Automakers reported no injuries and just minor damage at their facilities located in Central Mexico, where a magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck last Tuesday the most populated region in the country. Nissan Motor Co., the largest automaker in Mexico, said there were no deaths or injuries at its Mexico ...
Key Safety Systems opens in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, its sixth Mexican plant
Chinese-owned Michigan-based auto supplier Key Safety Systems today officially opened its sixth Mexican plant at the municipality of Matamoros, Tamaulipas, to manufacture steering wheels for several automakers. According to a statement by local authorities, the 120,000 square-feet facility currentl...
Voss invests US$15 million
The plant Director, Jesus Arturo Navarro Pimentel, said that a US$15 million investment was made, to produce this year 1.5 million lines for automotive catalytic reduction system, which signifies 30% more than 2016, and the 2018 production will be 20% larger than that of 2017. Navarro Pimentel also ...
Honda celebrates half a million CVT made in Mexico
Honda Mexico is celebrating the production of its number 500,000 Continuously Variable (CVT) transmission at the complex Celaya, Guanajuato, where another additional components are also made, such as the HR-V mini SUV and the Fit vehicle. He underscored that 5,294 associates are participating in thi...
BMW highlights relevance of the SLP plant
    The plant which BMW is currently building in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, will be a crucial addition to the production network of the German brand, regardless of the threats the US government might make, said Oliver Zipse, member of BMW production counsel. There are several reasons why the...