Thyssenkrupp builds new plant in Guanajuato
Industrial and technological group Thyssenkrupp, announced its building a new plant at the industrial park in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, which will produce active and passive shock absorbing systems and will have an investment of US$ 168.37 million and a 750 people labor force.
This company plans to serve large assemblers such as Ford, Volkswagen, Mercedes Benz and BMW from this facility.
Since 1960, Thyssenkrupp has been producing in Mexico components for the U.S. automotive market. Its product variety includes engine and direction parts, springs, bars, and automotive module assembly axis.
With the fusion of two new technologies at San Miguel de Allende’s new industrial park, the Company will develop structures at competitive costs to further boost its growth potential.