Supply Chain News

Labeling solutions supplier IDENTCO opens in Juarez its second Mexican facility
To better serve customers in one of Mexico’s fastest growing industrial areas, Illinois-based labeling solutions supplier IDENTCO has opened a Regional Operations Center (ROC) in Juarez, Chihuahua. The facility will support growing customer demand in Mexico through warehousing, logistics, Thermal...
Tamaulipas officials to embark on trade mission to Asia to court Kia suppliers
Carlos Talancon Ostos, Secretary of Economic Development in Tamaulipas, will embark on a trade mission to South Korea, Japan and China next month aiming to land Tier 1 and 2 suppliers for the KIA Motors assembly plant in Pesqueria, Nuevo Leon, reports the Rio Grande Guardian. “We’re gonna go ne...
Ternium unveils US$ 1.1 billion investment plan in Nuevo Leon
Ternium S.A. today announced plans to invest US$ 1.1 billion to install a new hot rolling mill at its Pesquería industrial center in Nuevo Leon, Northern Mexico. The new state-of-the-art hot rolling mill in Mexico will target the growing industrial and commercial markets, improving customer service...
India-based UNO Minda Group builds US$ 15 million plant in Mexico
The UNO Minda Group, an India-based Tier 1 global automotive supplier, announced it is expanding its manufacturing capacity with a new US$ 15 million facility in Mexico for horns. The plant is under construction in Queretaro, where the company already owns a small operation in through Clarton Horns...
Korean auto supplier Dongkook builds US$ 26 million plant in Nuevo Leon
Dongkook Industrial, a Korean auto parts maker, will start production at a new Mexican plant in the second half of next year to supply components to Kia Motors.  The company revealed in a statement it has completed setting up a subsidiary in Mexico to tap into the burgeoning auto market. Dongkook ...