Cisco readies US$ 4 billion to secure contracts with manufacturers in Mexico
San Jose, CA-based technology company Cisco Systems is investing US$ 4 billion in Mexico over the next couple of years to upgrade its factories and increase production, Bloomberg reports, citing sources.  The investments would involve securing contracts with manufacturers, rather than spending mo...
GW Plastics marks 10 years in Queretaro with major facility upgrade
Precision injecting moulding company GW Plastics marked the tenth anniversary of its facility in Queretaro, by completing a major upgrade of its facility to accommodate additional room for expansion in a high-tech, climate-controlled contract manufacturing environment, according to a press release...
Chemours inaugurates new production line in Tamaulipas
The Chemours Company, a global chemistry company specialized in titanium technologies, fluoroproducts and chemical solutions, formally inaugurated its new titanium dioxide (TiO2) production line at its Altamira plant in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, the firm revealed in a press release.   In ...
Toray Industries considers an additional US$ 100 million investment in Jalisco
Toray Industries may spend over up to US$ 100 million to triple the capacity at a Mexican plant making a low-price version of carbon fiber used in wind turbines, autoparts and other applications, the Nikkei Asian Review revealed. The Tokyo-based company aims to increase its low-end fiber globa...
Canada-based Nelson Industrial sets up new plant in Saltillo
Manufacturas Zapaliname (Zapa) just signed a lease with Canadian firm Nelson Industrial to establish in one of the available buildings at La Angostura Industrial Park. According to local newspaper Zocalo, Nelson Industrial is investing nearly US$3 million for its set up which shall be completed ove...

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