Supply Chain News

Steel producers in Canada, U.S. and Mexico ask to reinforce NAFTA rules to increase consumption
Steel producers from Canada, U.S., and Mexico, have asked their governments to make sure the NAFTA negotiations include the key principles to increase both consumption and commercial exchange in the region. Six associations from these three countries declared that they recommend to reinforce the ori...
Auto parts manufacture on the rise in San Luis Potosi
San Luis Potosi (SLP) has gained a place among the main auto parts manufacturers in the Central-Bajio region, due to the growing development of investment within the automotive sector the state has been experiencing, revealed Mexico's National Industry of Auto parts (INA). Its General Director, Osca...
Faurecia expands Puebla facility to supply premium automakers
Faurecia conducted today a ribbon-cutting ceremony at a facility located in the municipality of Huejotzingo, Puebla, where the company added production lines to manufacture decoration accessories for seats and steering wheels. The company created 200 jobs as result of this expansion, which is part ...
PH, Mexico improve bilateral trade and investment relations
Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III has discussed anew ways to further heighten cooperation on trade and investments between the Philippines and Mexico in his meeting with Mexican Ambassador to Manila Julio Camarena. Camarena said that aside from Coca-Cola FEMSA, other Mexican companies like c...
Korean die casting supplier Kodaco opens US$ 98 million plant in Coahuila
Korea-based automotive components manufacturer Kodaco started operations at a plant located in the municipality of Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, a project that required a US$ 98 million investment and created 300 jobs. The company built a 36,363 square-meters facility at the Santa Maria Industrial Park...