Metal stamping supplier Keats Manufacturing opens plant in Queretaro

Metal stamping supplier Keats Manufacturing opens plant in Queretaro

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High quality metal stamping supplier Keats Manufacturing Company have opened a new plant in El Marques, Queretaro, Mexico. This facility is the third production site under the Keats corporate umbrella.

“It will operate under the name Keats de Mexico and will manufacture Complex Precision Metal Stampings, Wire Forms & Assemblies for the Automotive, Electrical Distribution, Medical, Electronics, Appliance & Home Automation industries,” said the company in a press release .

The new manufacturing facility is located in Business Park Advance Conín just 10 miles east of Santiago de Querétaro. The building is approximately 15,000 square feet and will employ 15-20 people. Total investment will be approximately US$ 1 million.

About Keats Manufacturing

Established in 1958 in Chicago, Illinois, currently Keats operates 180 production machines & employs 175 people in three plants located in Wheeling, Illinois; El Paso, Texas and El Marqués, Querétaro. Keats manufactures parts using state of the art precision stamping equipment with a focus on Four-Slide, Multi-Slide & Progressive Die Stamping. Equipment ranges from 1 to 150 tons of die pressure.

Keats has a dedicated in-house tool development team and is known throughout the industry for building exceptional quality tooling and holding extremely tight tolerances on complex small metal parts. Keats is considered industry leaders in Precision Metal Stampings, Wire Forms & Assemblies.

For more about Keats Manufacturing Company check out their corporate video here:


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