American Company to establish a plant in Nuevo Leon

Category: News
Published: 2016-01-14

The American Company Trans-Matic Precision Metal Forming, will start the construction of its first plant in Mexico. It will be located at the Finsa Santa Catarina Industrial Park, on a 16,000 square meters land that cost US$5 million. The building measures 5,000 square meters.

The Firm is dedicated to the deep draw metal stamping, progressive die stamping and services for assembly and value added. According to Finsa, Trans-Matic plans three operative phases to be developed within the next five years. For the second stage, they plan to purchase an additional land of 3,000 square meters and in a third stage, 8,500 square meters will be added. The Company has important clients such as: Bosch, Denso, Delphi, Ford, Valeo, Visteon, Sensata, Arvin Meritor, Allegion, Emerson-Climate, Maxwell Technologies, Caltherm, Spectrum Brands, MTD and Husqvarna, among others.

Source: Reforma