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  • Asian machinery gaining ground in Mexico

    Mexico City – Asian machinery sales are gaining ground in the Mexican market, especially among small and medium companies (SMC’s), which purchase Chinese equipment due to low prices. Currently, between 30% and 35% of the equipment installed comes from Asia, and the rest comes from Europe or the USA, while 10 years ago equipment from the United States practically covered the whole Mexican market, Markus Walter, Sales Manager Specialized in Presses with Schuler, considers. He said that the quality of material, technology, design and assembly determines the price of machines; inexpensive equipment will most surely be less efficient, productive, accurate and safe than more expensive machines.
    Source: CNN Expansion | Date: 08/05/2012