APODACA — The Mexican subsidiary of the British producer of advanced machinery inaugurated its new facilities in Nuevo León, where 40 new advanced engineering jobs were created.
The new facilities for Renishaw Mexico had an investment of US $ 5 million. This center will also serve as a distribution and service center in the Mexican and Central American markets, according to Alejandro Silva, president of Renishaw Mexico.
Renishaw Mexico has a large repertoire of machinery, measurement and industrial control products for customers in the automotive, aerospace, energy and heavy industry sectors.
Alejandro Silva, stated that Renishaw Mexico is defined as a technology company, especially in metrology, measurement of parts and control of manufacturing processes with more than 30 years in Mexico, being a direct subsidiary for 7 years in Monterrey.
Renishaw decided to open these new facilities due to the great growth in the use of its products in the region, which made it necessary to have a specialized engineering team to give attention and service to its customers.
These new facilities located in Apodaca, Nuevo Leon have an extension of 3200 square meters, and a total of 5,800 square meters for future expansions; likewise through this center, delivery times will be less than 48 hours.
Source: Cluster Industrial