Supply Chain News

Looking to drive SMEs exports in Nuevo Leon
The Chamber of the Transformation Industry (CAINTRA) in Nuevo Leon, is planning to give SMEs promotion and education to help them become exporters, as these businesses have a 6.91% participation from total exports, affirmed Juan Ignacio Garza Herrera, President of CAINTRA: “Exporting is not easy, ...
Auto part companies accelerating to win market
Mexican SMEs are soon to start supplying to six Tier 1 manufacturers that used to import components from the U.S., Europe and Asia. Alfonso Peña, from the Nuevo Leon Automotive Cluster (Claut), estimates that this initiative will prompt the substitution of imports worth US$127 million per year. But...
Investment firm acquires Dynamic Technologies, deal includes a Mexican plant
Ardian, an independent private investment company, announced that its North America Direct Buyouts team will acquire Italy-based Dynamic Technologies S.p.A. (DT), a global designer and manufacturer of automotive fluid-handling systems and precision aluminum parts.  Concurrent with the DT acquisiti...
Tijuana exports escalating US$8 million
The one hour extension in the operation hours of the customs' offices at the Tijuana border zone, which benefits some companies, has allowed for an increase of up to US$8 million in merchandise exchange, increasing regional commerce and reducing waiting times for customs processes. Luis Manuel Herna...
Tucson-based manufacturer Walbro opens US$ 5 million expansion in Los Mochis
Tucson-based Walbro LLC conducted a US$ 5 million expansion of their North American manufacturing operations with the opening of a new Aluminum Die Casting Facility in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico. The new facility, which is co-located with Walbro’s Engine Management plant in Los Mochis, started ...