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  • Fränkische arrives to Guanajuato

    Guanajuato, Mexico.- Producing 30 million of corrugated ducts for the automotive sector, as well as for home appliances industry, to reach the goal of selling US$3 million in April 2013, is the challenge undertaken by 25 employees working Fränkische plant installed in Las Colinas Industrial Park, in Silao. Fränkische is a German company globally consolidated as one of the leading companies in production of industrial tubes and auto parts; the company has 11 plants in the world and its experience goes back to 1906, Guido Wey, CEO, shared. Their main customers include Delphi, Continental, Bosch, Bowles and Volkswagen. “Our production will be meant for domestic distribution, to provide better service to our customers’ plants that in turn distribute in Mexico and abroad”. Fränkische has 11 plants throughout the world, 5 of them in Germany, employing 2,200 people. They produce from 3 to 4 million pieces of corrugated duct per day. Source: www.am.com.mx
    Source: Miscellaneous | Date: 30/04/2012