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  • Growing interest by Japanese suppliers to establish in Aguascalientes

    Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes.- Executive officers from the Japanese company Exedy-Dynax spoke with Governor Carlos Lozano de la Torre about their interest in installing at Aguascalientes their subsidiary company Thoken Thermotech, to strengthen their chain of supply and cut down logistics costs. Exedy-Dynax, which recently started operations in San Francisco de los Romo Industrial Park and joins the new projects from the automotive sector that generate jobs at the state, receives supplies from Thoken Thermotech for metal thermal treatment processes to manufacture their products; that is the reason why the subsidiary wants to establish at the State, to efficiently provide solutions to the company. The meeting was attended by Osamu Kawasaki, President, Thoken Thermotech; Tohru Kohno, General Director, Thoken Malaysia; Takahiro Senoo from Exedy Corporationís Global Strategy Office and Noboru Uno, General Director, Exedy-Dynax Mexico, as well as the Stateís Minister of Economic Development, Hipolito Trevino Lecea.
    Source: OEM | Date: 13/03/2012