Supply Chain News

Kongsberg Automotive completes sale of Reynosa plant to Futuris Group
Norway-based automotive parts manufacturer Kongsberg Automotive announced it has completed the sale of its “North American Headrest/Armrest business” to Futuris Automotive for an undisclosed amount, informed the company in an statement. Kongsberg’s only plant dedicated to seating components i...
Iberdrola inks deal to build US$ 400 million power plant in Sinaloa
Mexican state utility Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) awarded a contract to Spain-based energy giant Iberdrola to build a 766 MW combined cycle power station (CCGT) in Sinaloa state.  “Iberdrola's new facility will be equipped with the latest technology requiring an investment of some US$ 4...
Continental starts HUD production in Guadalajara
The Head-Up Display (HUD) production has started in the Continental plant in Guadalajara, informed Paulo Santos Rebelo, Plant Manager.  “This is a one-of-a-kind, novel device, and the first in the world to use the Micro-mirror Devices technology, which contributes to driver's safety”. With this...
Carolina Protect to manufacture armor plates in Guanajuato using Hesco technology
Hesco Armor, Inc. and Carolina Performance Fabrics received U.S. Government regulatory approval to manufacture and distribute hard armor plates to Latin America using Hesco Technology. Carolina Performance Fabrics, S.A. de C.V. manufactures ballistic fabrics for the protection of personal, automoti...
Metal-mechanic, an area opportunity for national providers
Rene Mendoza, national coordinator of the Supply Chain of the Mexican Industry (CAPIM), underscored the need of encouraging the participation of local companies in the supply chain for productive activity. He mentions that the metal-mechanic is one of the sectors that have gained the most strength, ...