Supply Chain News

Sanofi Pasteur plans to build a US$ 157 million vaccine plant in State of Mexico
Sanofi Pasteur, the largest company in the world devoted entirely to vaccines, announced plans to invest US$ 157.5 million to build a production facility in the municipality of Cuautitlan Izcalli, Mexico State. The plant will require a staff of 170 employees in order to start operations. Currently...
Pfizer investing US$26 million in Mexico during 2018
Neither the presidential elections, nor the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) or the commercial changes in the world, are going to stop investment from the US company Pfizer in Mexico, with plans to exert US$26 million in 2018. This amount includes US$8 million to cont...
Velcro expands operations in Sonora to serve customers in the medical industry
Textile fasteners manufacturer Velcro announced the opening of its newly expanded facility in Agua Prieta, Sonora to serve customers in the medical products industry, one of its fastest growing global business segments. Such expansion implied the opening of 200 job positions. The new 54,000 sq ft (...
Italian firm Vernipoll opens medical equipment plant in Tlaxcala
Vernipoll inaugurated a plant dedicated to manufacture and commercialize hospital furnishing and equipment in Apizaco, Tlaxcala. Luigi Maccotta, the Italian ambassador in Mexico, said that this inauguration represents an achievement for both Tlaxcala and Italy, bringing about benefit for the health ...
Pennsylvania-based Brentwood Industries opens plant for medical packaging in Tijuana
Pennsylvania-based plastics manufacturer Brentwood Industries Inc. announced the opening of a “multi-million” medical manufacturing facility in Tijuana, Baja California. This facility represents Brentwood’s first strategic international expansion dedicated to custom thermoformed medical packag...

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