Supply Chain News

Companies from Veracruz ready to serve foreign oil firms
Veracruz is looking to develop its industry of local suppliers for international oil firms which are expected to arrive into the State during 2017, with the opening of the contests for public tendering to extract hydrocarbons off the Gulf of Mexico coastline, informed Alejandro Zairick Morante, Mini...
DuPont supply chain growing in the automotive industry
DuPont is going to close the year with automotive industry material sales showing a 9% growth rate, especially sales to auto parts manufacturers, who consume its coatings and high performance polymers, said Juan Jose Zaragoza, leader of the automotive division of the company. In addition, the plants...
Mexico exports tortilla machines
30 years ago, tortillas were considered a type of food that could only be found in Mexico, but now they are easily found across Europe, Asia or the U.S., which has triggered sales of tortilla making machines in these places. Manuel Villagomez, General Director of Villamex, a company specialized in p...
Queretaro's aeronautic industry will grow by over 5% annually
Joint work between the government and companies will strengthen the aeronautic industry in Queretaro, allowing for expectations of growth rates over 5% during 2017, affirms Juan Carlos Corral Martin, new President of Queretaro's Aero cluster. He reckons that an expense outline with concrete annual o...
PPG Industries to sell Mexican plasterboard manufacturing facility
PPG Industries announced a definitive contract to sell the assets of its Mexico-based Plaka plasterboard and cement-board business to Knauf International GmbH. The financial terms were not disclosed. The transaction is expected to close in the first half of 2017. The business employs about 200 peop...