China-based Sanhua Holding Group plans US$ 35 million expansion in Coahuila

China-based Sanhua Holding Group announced a US$ 35 million expansion plan at its Mexican facility, located in Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, where the company manufactures refrigeration and air conditioning control components for the automotive and appliance industries.

Chunyong Zheng, director for the Mexican branch, revealed to State authorities a plan to open two production lines, adding 300 workers to the 500 already employed at the facility.

Sanhua arrived to Coahuila two years ago, as part of the supply chain for Kia’s factory, located in the neighbor state of Nuevo Leon.

Once established in Mexico, the Chinese firm added Mahle and TitanX auto suppliers to its customers’ portfolio.


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