Supply Chain News

Coahuila seeks German investment
The Government of the State of Coahuila, through a delegation presided by Jose Antonio Gutierrez Jardon, Secretary of Economic Development, Competitiveness and Tourism, is now visiting Germany, in order to hold meetings with firms in the banking, automotive and renewable energies sectors, that are i...
Kiekert AG's Puebla facility achieves National Quality Award 2017
A production facility in Puebla owned by Germany-based automotive locking systems manufacturer Kiekert AG has been awarded the National Quality Award 2017 by the Mexican government. The coveted award recognizes companies for their innovative strength, productivity and competitiveness. Roberto Pere...
Leon Interiors adds production line in Saltillo facility
Automotive interiors supplier Leon Interiors announced a US$ 1 million investment to add a headliners production line in its Saltillo facility. Around 50 jobs will be created along with this expansion. The new line is scheduled to start operations by the end of year. Total workforce at the facility...
GM supplier to shift production lines from Mexico to Texas
General Motors today announced plans to open a new supplier park to support future vehicle production at its Arlington Assembly. The new park is expected to house up to 1,250 employees, including bringing more than 850 new jobs to Arlington, Texas. The park is expected to be operational in 2018. Th...
Takata plans to file for bankruptcy as early as next week
Takata Corp, the airbag manufacturer facing more than US$ 9 billion in liabilities following a massive global recall of air bags linked to deadly explosions, is preparing to file for bankruptcy as early as next week. American autoparts maker Key Safety Systems, owned by China's Ningbo Joyson Electro...