Monitoring systems manufacturer SpotSee opens new facility in Chihuahua
SpotSee, a Dallas-based developer and manufacturer of shock and vibration monitoring systems through low-cost connectivity and data, announced it has opened a new facility in Chihuahua, Mexico, to better reach its customers, more easily manufacture products in-house and continue its global expansion.
“Sixty percent of our revenue comes from outside the U.S.,” said Ted Harvey, vice president of operations, in a statement. “Since Mexico has more global trade agreements than any other country in the world, this facility will make it easier to reach those customers and provide them with faster, better access to our products,” added Harvey.
In the past, SpotSee used third party firms to produce products in other parts of the world such as China and Europe, but this new facility will allow the company to manufacture these products in-house. Its primary functions will be electronic and mechanical assembly, injection molding, machining, foam press cutting and die casting.
“Because of its skilled workforce and advanced manufacturing base, Chihuahua is the perfect location for SpotSee’s new facility,” said Ivan Sanchez, plant manager of the new facility. “I’m ready to take SpotSee to the next level with our established network here in Mexico.”
The amount of investment and the jobs created for this endeavor were not disclosed.
SpotSee is an internet of things end-to-end solution provider that enables customers to spot damage in their operations and see it in real time.
The company has developed a low-cost, connected, ecosystem that delivers data from devices anywhere in the world to customers’ fingertips. Its devices monitor shock, vibration, temperature and other environmental conditions in equipment and products for a variety of sectors, including Power Generation, Oil and Gas and Mining industries, as well as Hi-Tec equipment manufacturers.