South Korea-based Taesung Rubber builds US$ 8 million plant in Coahuila

Taesung Rubber, a South Korean manufacturer of noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) solutions for the automotive market, in recent days broke ground in Saltillo, Coahuila, Northern Mexico, to build a new production facility.

The company has planned an investment of US$ 8 million to build the plant and the opening of 130 jobs positions in order to begin operations at the Amistad industrial park in early 2019.

The Korean company will produce rubber parts for transmission, suspension, braking and engine systems. Teasung Rubber will supply its products to companies such as Mando, KDAC, CTR and Mobis, among others, whose subsidiaries already operate in the automotive cluster of southeast Coahuila.

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