Manufacturing News

Carrier’s top executive praises Mexican workforce
Just days after president-elect Donald Trump revealed a deal with Carrier to keep some 800 Indiana jobs from moving south of border, the company’s top executive praised Mexican workforce no only as cheap but also as reliable.  Gregory Hayes, the CEO of Carrier’s parent company United Technolog...
Sohnen announces US$ 65 million expansion at Tijuana facility
Electronics company Sohnen disclosed an expansion project for its Tijuana, Baja California plant, valued at US$ 65 million, thus making way for the first "Leed Platinum" (Leadership in engineering and environmental design) certified building in America. The new building will have the largest roofto...
Metal stamping supplier Keats Manufacturing opens plant in Queretaro
High quality metal stamping supplier Keats Manufacturing Company have opened a new plant in El Marques, Queretaro, Mexico. This facility is the third production site under the Keats corporate umbrella. “It will operate under the name Keats de Mexico and will manufacture Complex Precision Metal St...
NEO Tech expands capacity at manufacturing site in Tijuana
NEO Tech, a provider of manufacturing technology and supply chain solutions for brand name OEMs in the industrial, medical and military, and aerospace markets, announced it continues to invest in infrastructure, equipment, processes, and personnel at its Otay Mesa manufacturing site in Tijuana.  T...
Nelson Global and Tube Specialties merge businesses; two Mexican plants involved
Nelson Global Products Inc., a global leader in the design and manufacture of tubular and exhaust products for commercial vehicle markets and Tube Specialties Co., Inc, an industry leader of tube forming for many of the world's largest transportation original equipment manufacturers (OEM's), have co...