Supply Chain News

Global BPO provider Datamark to create nearly 500 jobs in Juarez
Datamark, a global provider of business process outsourcing (BPO) and contact center services, announced a major expansion of its contact center services business in support of one of the largest over-the-phone language interpretation service providers in the world, from 40 to nearly 500 agents. Th...
75% of Mexican exports to the U.S. are materials for production
Mexico's Ministry of Economy declared that 80% of Mexico's commercial volume with the U.S. is concentrated in intermediate products (56%) and capital goods (24%). 75% of Mexico's exports are materials for production processes in the U.S. Mexico's exports to the U.S. during 2016 were valued at nearly...
US$300 million to be invested in paper mill construction
Paper producer Grupo Gondi will invest at least US$300 million to build a new paper mill in Mexico, which is expected to be completed by the end of 2019. The Company disclosed that the plant will have capacity for 350,000 metric tons of packaging paper per year, to provide for its subsidiaries and c...
Nuevo León expects investment worth US$600 million
Companies from Asia are looking to install operations in Nuevo Leon, with FDI surpassing US$600 million and 22 companies arriving from this Continent over the course of two years, said Samuel Peña, Sub Secretary of Investment and Industrial Development. He also added that the protective measures th...
Nelson Global Products to close two facilities in North America
Nelson Global Products Inc., announced a restructuring plan that will reduce costs and utilize excess capacity in other Nelson facilities in North America. The consolidation includes the closing of facilities in Clinton, Tennessee, and Cambridge, Minnesota.  The company is a global player in the d...