Supply Chain News

Experts Predict Boom in Mexico’s New Special Economic Zones
Mexican and foreign companies have shown interest in investing as much as US$41.5 million in five cities that would be designated as special economic zones within the next five years, Director in charge of SEZs Gerardo Gutiérrez Candiani, said. Investors have shown most interest in Lazaro Cardenas,...
Germany will continue investing in Mexico
According to the last survey from the German-Mexican Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CAMEXA), German companies will increase their investment in Mexico, despite the concern for Donald Trump's new policies. CAMEXA indicates that 83% of German companies in Mexico foresees a negative effect in their ...
Plastic Omnium to sale its truck supplying business; one Mexican plant included
Mutares AG made a binding offer to acquire the truck supplying business of the Plastic Omnium Group. creating a world leading truck supplier for cabin components with a total turnover of approximately US$ 425 million and 2,700 employees in 15 plants. The truck supplying business of the Plastic Omni...
Tyco Retail Solutions’ Matamoros facility receives Green Supply Chain Award
Tyco Retail Solutions has been recognized for its commitment to promoting and supporting sustainability initiatives for retailers.  The company has been selected as a recipient of the 2016 Supply & Demand Chain Executive Green Supply Chain Award, an annual distinction that recognizes providers...
Ryerson Metals Mexico celebrates its 5th anniversary in Baja California
The metal distributor and processor Ryerson Metals Mexico, is celebrating its 5th anniversary of operations in Tijuana, Baja California, by announcing new investment for expansions to contribute to the metal-mechanic supply chain. Angel Torres, General Manager, shared details about the successful gr...