Eaton Corp. to open new plant in El Paso, Texas to complement operations in Juarez

Eaton Corp. to open new plant in El Paso, Texas to complement operations in Juarez

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Ireland-based Eaton Corporation, a worldwide power management company, is opening a design and manufacturing operation in El Paso.

The company is committed to invest US$ 15.7 million in improvements and equipment at its current facility in this border city, according to documents released by the City of El Paso.

The El Paso facility will manufacture switchboard and motor-control components and will complement Eaton's existing manufacturing plant across the border in Ciudad Juarez.  This new operation will create up to 200 jobs in 5 years.

“We're excited to grow our presence in El Paso. We look forward to working with leaders and future employees in the community to deliver high quality electrical distribution equipment to our customers,” said Mike Yelton, Senior Vice President - Electrical Sector at Eaton.

Nowadays, Eaton has 4 sites in the region. Three of them are: Eaton Industries, Eaton Lighting, and Eaton Cooper Bussmann in Ciudad Juarez and an office building in El Paso, which now will also house design and manufacturing operations.

“We're thrilled to announce another world-class company is adding new operations in the region and continuing our community's forward momentum. This announcement is further proof that the Borderplex region is a premier destination for manufacturing and business expansion,” said Jon Barela, CEO, The Borderplex Alliance.

Eaton is a power management company with 2017 sales of US$20.4 billion, according to its website. The company provides energy-efficient solutions that help customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power more efficiently, safely and sustainably.



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