Supply Chain News

Cummins CEO defends NAFTA before Congress Committee
Cummins CEO Tom Linebarger testified last week before the U.S. Congress to talk about how much the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) — and trade in general — has helped the company to thrive. Linebarger told the House Ways and Means Committee that international trade has been the sing...
Portuguese firm GLN starts injection molding operations in Queretaro
Portugal-based manufacturer GLN last week inaugurated its first plant in Mexico, located at the El Marques industrial park in the central state of Queretaro, where molds and components for the automotive industry will be produced by plastic injection. The company invested US$ 2.5 million and hired ...
Tyrsol opens a new plant in Nuevo Leon
  Due to the growing demand for fuel transport in Mexico, Tanques y Remolques Sol (Tyrsol) kick started operations at its second production plant, that focuses on tank manufacturing, said Miguel Vazquez Garza, General Director of the company. ...
Sandhar Mexico to supply aluminum components for Tesla Model 3
Sandhar Technologies Limited, an India-based automotive supplier with aluminum pressure die casting operations in Mexico, announced will supply two components to the wiper system assembly of the Tesla Model 3. “This is an emblematic project for us because we are supplying two parts from Mexico, u...
Takata adds 2.7 million units to its already huge air bag recall
Takata is adding a new type of air bag inflator that previously was thought to be safe to the nation's largest automotive recall.  The device is featured in 2.7 million vehicles from Ford, Nissan and Mazda, from the 2005 through 2012 model years, according to U.S. regulators.  About 70 million a...