Electronics

Harting Technology Group plans to quadruple its workforce at Guanajuato plant
The Harting Technology Group, a Germany-based developer and manufacturer of connectivity solutions, this week announced plans to further expand its market position in North America over the coming years. For that end, the company will increase its production capacity at its manufacturing plant in Si...
Hella partners with Faurecia to develop tech for tomorrow's vehicle interiors
The Germany-based lighting and electronic solutions manufacturer HELLA and the French technology automotive supplier Faurecia announced a partnership aimed to develop technologies for tomorrow's vehicle interiors. For this purpose, HELLA will supply innovative products in the field of interior ligh...
Honeywell, Lear team up to develop software for autonomous cars
Honeywell and Lear Corporation announced the two companies are collaborating to provide automotive software technology and infrastructure solutions to address threats associated with emerging connected and autonomous vehicle development. The announcement was made at the 67th Annual IAA Cars event in...
IKEA to build its first distribution center in Mexico
STATE OF MEXICO — IKEA Mexico announced the construction of its first distribution center in the country, which will focus on the electronics trade and will begin operations the next year. The new distribution center, of more than 15,000 square meters, will be located in the north of the State o...
In-Store media to invest US$ 55 million in Mexico
MEXICO CITY — The Spanish company in-Store Media announced that it will invest US$55 million for its development on a global scale. In a statement, the company explained that the amount will be used for the implementation of digital services in order to monetize the websites of retail chains “...
India-based Comstar builds plant in Mexico to supply hybrid cars manufacturers
Amidst the hype around hybrid vehicles, an India-based starter motors and alternators manufacturer named Comstar Automotive Technologies (CATL) is developing an integrated starter generator (ISG) system for hybrid vehicles, which the company plans to produce in Mexico. “Combining the function of ...
India-based tech giant Infosys looks for expansion in Mexico
India-based tech giant Infosys is looking for expansion in Mexico and for that end company officials will hold a meeting with Nuevo Leon state governor Jaime Rodriguez Calderon, who is visiting the Asian country next week. Infosys, through its fully owned subsidiary, Infosys Technologies S de RL de...
Inovar celebrates a successful first year of operations at Tecate facility
Inovar, Inc., a Utah-based electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider, is celebrating a successfull first year of operations at its newest factory, located in Tecate, Baja California, Mexico. The 58,000 square-feet factory features two full Surface Mount Technology lines (SMT) that mirror th...
Insequence supplies software solutions for two Yanfeng automotive plants in Mexico
Insequence Corporation, a Tennessee-based sequencing and manufacturing execution systems supplier, announced it will provide software to Yanfeng in Mexico for facilities located in Queretaro and Derramadero, Coahuila.  The Queretaro plant will utilize solutions managing the building and shipping o...
Integrated Micro-Electronics’ revenue in Mexico increases 12% in first half 2017
Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (IMI), a global manufacturing solutions supplier, announced that its first half revenues reached US$ 501.0 million, up 22% year-on-year driven by recent acquisitions and expansion programs. Net income also increased 14% compared to last year. The strong revenue gro...
Intel sees potential in Mexico for smart manufacturing, self-driving cars
Intel expects to end the year with Mexico as one of its 12 most important markets in the world. Their interest, however, goes beyond selling computers, but is more focused on developing platforms like smart manufacturing and autonomous vehicles––a field in which they see great potential for the ...
Inventec to increase server production in Juarez facility
Taiwan-based original design manufacturer Inventec is planning to expand its server production in Mexico as well as the Czech Republic. The company will also increase production of PCs and smart terminal devices in India next year. Inventec currently has 55% of servers shipped from an assembly fact...
Inventus Power to open its second plant in Tijuana by early 2018
Inventus Power, a systems manufacturer of battery packs, chargers and power supplies for the consumer, commercial/industrial, medical and military markets, announced plans to open a new Tijuana-based manufacturing facility in early 2018, and is actively recruiting several hundred employees in multip...
Investment to generate 15,000 jobs in Guanajuato
Guillermo Romero Pacheco, Minister of Sustainable Economic Development said that the program to Attract Investment, which was implemented by the current administration, has been yielding positive results, which is why there are upcoming 70 projects, which could generate between 13,000 and 15,000 job...
Investments keep coming to Puebla
PUEBLA – The Business Coordinating Council (CCE) announced to the governor of Puebla, Miguel Barbosa Huerta, investments for US$ 390 million that began during this year and will continue in 2020.   Yesterday, the representatives of the 24 chambers that make up the organization were received by ...
Izzi Telecom taps Furukawa Electric to deliver optical cable for 1.6 million homes
Furukawa Electric, a Tokyo-based manufacturer of wiring solutions for a wide range of industries, announced it has just been selected as a supplier for a very significant project with Izzi Telecom, a telecommunications company of the Mexican Grupo Televisa. The company is migrating from cable TV HFC...
Jalisco exports on the rise
The Ministry of Economic Development (SEDECO), disclosed that Jalisco exports has a 6.62% increase, based on figures from January to November 2016, thus indicating that the economy of this State is moving at its own pace, unlike the national economy, which has been experiencing downsizings. Accordin...
Japan-based Siix EMS invest US$ 12 million to build its third facility in San Luis Potosi
Last week, officials from Japan-based electronic components manufacturer Siix EMS broke ground at the Colinas industrial park in San Luis Potosi to build its third production facility in Mexico. According to a statement by local authorities, the company plans to invest US$ 12 million and the openin...
Joining renewable energy: Queretaro's industry next challenge
QUERETARO — The industry of Queretaro keeps the challenge of having a greater integration of renewable energies in its productive processes. Arturo Ruiz Núñez, president of the Merchants’ Association of Electrical Equipment and Material in Querétaro, estimated that only 2% of the companies i...
Lear Corp. acquires Israel-based, self-driving tech developer EXO Technologies
Lear Corporation, the Michigan-based global supplier of automotive seating and electrical systems, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Israel-based EXO Technologies, a developer of GPS technology providing high-accuracy solutions for autonomous and connected ve...

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