Germany-based ZF Group inaugurates US$ 17 million plant in Durango

Germany-based ZF Group inaugurated a new production facility in the municipality of Gomez Palacio, Durango, dedicated to the manufacture of airbags.

According to a statement by state authorities, the Tier 1 auto supplier invested US$ 17 million in the facility, which is located in the Zona de Conectividad (Conectivity Zone) Industrial Park.

The document states that 1,200 workers were recruited at this plant in order to start operations.

With the new site, ZF Group now operates 12 manufacturing facilities in Mexico that build all kinds of auto components from sensors and seatbelts to powertrain control modules, brakes, steering and chassis parts, as well as fully integrated suspensions.

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