Taigene Group invests US$45.7 million in Guanajuato
LEON — With an investment of US$45.7 million, the electric motor plant for the automotive industry will begin production in March.
In the presence of the governor of the state of Guanajuato, Diego Sinhué Rodríguez Vallejo; the mayor of León, Héctor López Santillana, and other personalities of the local and state government, Joy and Stacey Chung, CEO and COO of the company respectively, led the inauguration celebrations of the complex.
Taigene Group will produce electric motors for steering systems, windshield wipers, seats, fans, air pumps and air conditioning systems for cars of brands such as GM, Ford, FCA, BMW and many others by being tier 2 supplier of global companies such as Nexteer or Continental.
Source: Cluster Industrial