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  • THK starts operations in Guanajuato

    Leon, Guanajuato. The Japanese company THK, developer of linear movement components for automotive industry, started operations in Silao, their first plant in Mexico. With an investment amounting to US$67 million, government authorities and the company’s officers headed the groundbreaking for the construction of the production center, that will generate 250 direct jobs. This company was born in 1971 in Japan; they currently have 28 production plants all over the world; their design and exclusive technology has made of this company leader in the world in the development of a linear movement guide mechanism for automotive industry. “We will soon have our first plant in Mexico, where we will start production of aluminum parts for suspensions with the best engineering; we also plan manufacturing products for the main body”, Akihiro Teramachi, CEO, THK, declared.
    Source: El Economista | Date: 17/05/2012