Japan Climate Systems opens facility in Salamanca to supply Mazda auto plant

Japan Climate Systems Corporation (JCS) opened a production site in Salamanca, Guanajuato, where the company invested US$ 4.7 million to build HVAC units for Mazda.

This is JCS’s second production site in Mexico, the company first started operations in the country by the end of 2013, manufacturing heater and blower units at a facility in El Salto, Jalisco.

The company, which operates in the country under the name of J Clima Sistemas Mexico, SA. de C.V. recruited 100 workers for its new plant located at the Mazda Suppliers Park, next to the assembly plant where the Japanese automaker builds the Mazda2 and Mazda3 models.

JCS estimates to manufacture 1,000 units a day in its 4,300 square-meters facility.


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