Saertex will have a new production site in the north of Mexico

Saertex announces that they will have a new production site in the north of Mexico in Ciudad Juárez.

This new facility will join 14 other Saertex production sites strategically located around the world. Originally, Saertex had planned to open the Ciudad Juárez facility by the end of 2020. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, however, the date has been postponed to early 2021. Preparations are still in full swing, and we regularly review the schedule to adapt to the current situation.

Like their facilities in Huntersville, North Carolina (USA) and Indaiatube (Brazil), the Ciudad Juárez plant will allow them to meet the growing demand for composites materials in the region and the Americas, as well as help them to conserve resources by shortening delivery routes.

Ciudad Juárez is one of the fastest growing cities in Mexico, and international companies such as Bosch, Siemens, Honeywell, and Foxconn are settling there. In addition, the area has become an important hub for the production of rotor blades for the wind industry.

Companies: Multiaxiale Gelege für Faserverbundstoffe

Industries: Energy, Other Composite End-use areas

Terms: Business

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