Paint-finishing systems developer Therma-Tron-X opens new plant in Nuevo Leon

Therma-Tron-X (TTX), a Winsconsin-based designer and manufacturer of industrial finishing systems and industrial water-treatment equipment, announced it has chosen the Mexican market to open its first international subsidiary, TTX Mexico.

The company has selected the municipality of San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon, for its Mexico headquarters.

“The importance of the Mexican market and a commitment to TTX’s existing Mexican customers drove the decision to invest in a permanent operation within Mexico,” said the company in a statement, although no investment figures were revealed. 

TTX is a custom manufacturer of powder coating systems, electrodeposition systems, liquid paint coating systems and reverse osmosis and wastewater treatment equipment. “As TTX enters its 50th year of business, we also celebrate more than 25 years of successful relationships in Mexico,” said Robert Rock, vice president of Strategic Development, TTX.

Remote office locations are already available in Mexico City, Queretaro, Guadalajara, Puebla, Tampico, Ciudad Juarez, Tijuana, and Cancun. Additional locations will be opened throughout 2019.

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