Yokohama weighs on Mexico, US to build a new plant
Yokohama Rubber Co. Ltd. (YRC) plans to announce later this year where it will build a new consumer tire plant in North America in the U.S. or Mexico, company executives told Tire Business Magazine recently. "I expect a decision sometime this year," said Humberto Gomez, managing director of Yokoham...
Ford, Jose Cuervo join forces to create bio plastics
Ford Motors Company will start developing bio plastics from agave, to replace petrochemicals in the auto part production of its vehicles (both interiors and exteriors), which will yield more environmentally friendly, sustainable units and better energy savings, the company said in a press release. ...
Japanese Ryobi is expanding its Guanajuato plant
Japanese Company Ryobi, will invest US$75 million to expand its plant located at Castro del Rio industrial park in Irapuato, Guanajuato, according to Mayor Ricardo Ortiz Gutierrez. Ryobi is an automotive company that produces vehicle transmissions, with one of the largest factories from the sector...
Sodecia inaugurates its first plant in Ramos Arizpe
The first Sodecia plant in Mexico was inaugurated in Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, at Santa Maria Industrial Park, to manufacture auto parts for Chevrolet Cruze vehicles. This plant represents an expenditure of US$17.5 million and the creation of 50 jobs, with expectations to increase this number in the s...
Volkswagen considers Mexico to build electric vehicle
Volkswagen is considering Mexico to stablish an electric vehicle plant in order to compete with Tesla Motors, General Motors and others, executives with the German auto giant said in a brief aimed to investors. Officials revealed they are also studying a Chattanooga, Tennessee, location, where the ...

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