Output up 68% at Morelos automotive elements plant


Ramírez speaks at plant's opening.
Ramírez speaks at plant’s opening.

Sekisui adds new output line at windshields factory in Jiutepec

Mexico Information Everyday | Wednesday, December 6, 2017

A 1-billion-peso financial investment (about US $53 million) by the Japanese organization Sekisui Chemical in its Jiutepec, Morelos, plant will bump its output ability by 68%.

The addition of a third output line has elevated the workforce by 44% and its output of car windshields and substantial-strength laminated glass.

In the course of an opening ceremony yesterday, assistant normal manager Arturo Ríos Abdala explained the startup of the new line as “the most essential event in the 46 many years the organization [has been in the state], inserting it at the forefront of its segment in the automotive market.”

President Pedro Córdova Nájera additional that the venture was a desire that experienced been 10 many years in the earning.

Also existing was Morelos Governor Graco Ramírez, who explained the point out has the greatest logistics and electrical power era ability, which ensure buyers sustainable output problems, as nicely as the potential to quickly ship their solutions to distinct markets.

In excess of the very last two many years, he ongoing, Morelos has been a single of the a few states of Mexico with the largest industrial advancement.

Ramírez thanked the Japanese buyers for their believe in. “You can be guaranteed that you made no blunder, you were being accurate to believe in in the management of Mexico and Morelos, as [the state] is a single of the safest and has the greatest communication one-way links.”

The governor defined that the problems are the end result of a purpose established five many years ago “to make Morelos the logistics middle for the Gulf-Pacific.” This, he additional, will be a truth after the Siglo XXI freeway connecting the port metropolitan areas of Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán, and Veracruz is accomplished.

Supply: El Universal (sp)

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