Supply Chain News

Fresnillo investment increasing 71% this year
Mining Company Fresnillo plc., a subsidiary of Industrias Peñoles, will invest roughly US$950 million in 2017,  that is 71% more than their 2016 records. Alberto Bailleres, President of Industrias Peñoles, commented that US$800 million will be used to expand their mines currently in operation, wh...
Agri-Products driving exports
The Mexican agri-sector is maintaining its dynamism thanks to the most valued products in 170 countries where Mexico exports: tomato, avocado, chili and pepper, berries, almonds, nuts and pistachio, that reached a commercial value of US$7 billion during 2016. According to the Ministry of Agriculture...
Inauguration of the first refrigerated chamber for cold chain
The logistics firm Onest, inaugurated its first refrigerated chamber for cold chain management, with investment valued at US$300,000. This chamber will be devoted to the management of fresh foods for the center of Mexico and it is listed with the Mexican Health Department, one of the main operators ...
Bridgestone to keep NAFTA operations unchanged
Bridgestone has no plans to adjust its operations in response to President Donald Trump's policies, the CEO of the world largest tire maker said during a briefing before Japanese media in recent days. Speaking at earnings briefing in Tokyo, Masaaki Tsuya said the company already has local productio...
Advanced materials manufacturer Toray expands operations in Jalisco
Toray Industries will embark in a major expansion of its carbon fiber business over the next few years. To that end, the Japanese company will invest US$ 176 million to boost production of automobile components, including existent operations in Mexico, according to the Nikkei Asian Review. In addit...