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  • Powin/QBF inaugurated; it could bring ‘sister’ plants

    Saltillo, Coahuila.- Due to increasing labor costs in China, but most of all to reduce logistics cost, Powin/QBF inaugurated yesterday in Saltillo their first plant to produce steel parts for Daimler Truck. The company could bring seven more plants to this region, if results here are as optimum as expected. This was declared by Joseph Lu, President, Roche Industries LLC, interviewed minutes before the inauguration of the plant, where US$30 million were invested, generating 85 high quality, direct jobs. “If this plant works well, within six months we will start moving here the seven plants we have in China, one at a time”, Joseph Lu said, and further explained that theirs is a very diversified company because they do not only manufacture auto parts, but also treadmills, safe boxes for hunters’ rifles, trampolines and camping equipment.
    Source: Vanguardia | Date: 09/05/2012