August 09, 2011 Electrical Components International has signed a lease agreement with INTERMEX for a 55,534 sq. ft. facility in Juarez Industrial Park in Ciudad Juarez, Chih., Mexico
CD. JUAREZ, Chihuahua, Mexico – Electrical Components International has signed a lease contract with INTERMEX for a 55,534 sq. ft. facility in the Juarez Industrial Park in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico.
With 58 years of experience, Electrical Components International (ECI) is a leading provider of wire harnesses, subassemblies and value-added assembly services to a broad base of customers. Its products include wire harnesses and leads, complex harnesses sub-assemblies, radiant glass heaters and power cords; likewise, it offers contract manufacturing. ECI’s products are made worldwide and can be found in a wide variety of electronic and electro-mechanical applications, including home appliances, transportation equipment, heating, ventilation and air conditioning products, construction and agricultural equipment, and vending and industrial machines.
ECI is a 700 million dollar company employing over 14,000 people in 15 different countries in three continents - North America, Europe and Asia.
July 4, 2011 BMP de Mexico has signed a lease agreement with INTERMEX for a 39,900 sq. ft. expansion to the facility it currently occupies in INTERMEX Sur Industrial Park in Ciudad Juarez, Chih., Mexico
CD. JUAREZ, Chih., Mexico – BMP de Mexico S.A. de C.V. renewed its lease contract July 4, 2011 with INTERMEX for the 67,200 sq. ft. facility it currently occupies in Intermex Sur Industrial Park in Ciudad Juarez, Chih., Mexico.
Additionally, BMP has signed for a 39,900 sq. ft. facility expansion. Construction has begun and should be finished by November of this year. The additional space will allow BMP to expand its operation and storage capabilities.
With more than 40 years of experience, BMP is a global company specialized in manufacturing and converting technical non-woven textiles; engineered polyurethane elastomers and mechanical components and sub systems for use in a variety of industrial equipment. Additionally, it offers specialized environmental services including remanufacturing and asset recovery initiatives.
A subsidiary of Andrew Industries Ltd., BMP has ISO 9000:2000 accredited manufacturing facilities in Europe, North America and China. It continues to expand its manufacturing capabilities and product range worldwide.
May 11, 2011 Intermex signs shelter services agreement with Inalfa Roof Systems
IRAPUATO, Gto. , Mexico – Inalfa Roof Systems plans to start operations in Mexico through the Intermex shelter program.
Inalfa designs, develops and manufactures sunroofs and open-sunroof systems for the automotive industry. Inalfa is one of the world’s leading suppliers of these products. It has with manufacturing operations in Italy, the United States, South Korea, China, Brazil, Japan and now in Mexico.
During the first year of operations in Mexico employment should reach around 120. Inalfa customers in Mexico include Ford and General Motors.
Inalfa’s global headquarters are located in Venrey, Netherlands.
May 11, 2011 Avery Dennison, Intermex Industrial Parks sign lease agreement for 85,000 sq. ft. building
Avery Dennison has signed a lease contract with Intermex Industrial Parks for this outstanding facility in Ciudad Juarez, Chih.
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Chih., Mexico -- Avery Dennison and Intermex Industrial Parks have just signed a lease agreement for an 85,426 sq. ft. building located in the Eje Juan Gabriel Industrial Area.
Founded in 1935, Avery Dennison is a global leader in pressure-sensitive technology, self-adhesive base materials and self-adhesive consumer and office products. With over 200 manufacturing and distribution facilities in 60 countries, it serves a global customer base. Avery’s key products include pressure-sensitive labeling materials; graphics imaging media; retail apparel ticketing and branding systems; RFID inlays and tags; office products; specialty tapes, and a variety of specialized labels for automotive, industrial and durable goods.
Avery Dennison is a Fortune 500 company with sales of $6.5 billion in 2010, and is based in Pasadena, California.
May 1, 2011
HONEYWELL Manufacturas de Chihuahua S. de R.L. de C.V. signed a lease with INTERMEX for a 37,968 Sq. Ft. facility expansion to its current operation in the INTERMEX North Industrial Park within the Chihuahua Industrial Complex in the City of Chihuahua, MEXICO
Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico – HONEYWELL Manufacturas de Chihuahua S. de R.L. de C.V. signed a lease May 1, 2011 with INTERMEX for a 37,968 Sq. Ft. expansion to its current operations in the city of Chihuahua MEXICO. The expansion is located on the INTERMEX North Industrial Park and is adjacent to Honeywell’s own building at Cristobal Colón Ave. The additional space will allow Honeywell to consolidate several warehousing locations within its building.
Honeywell International is a $34 billion diversified technology and manufacturing leader, serving customers worldwide with aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings, homes and industry; automotive products; turbochargers; and specialty materials. Based in Morris Township, N.J., Honeywell’s shares are traded on the New York, London and Chicago Stock Exchanges. It is one of the 30 stocks that make up the Dow Jones Industrial Average and is also a component of the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index.
April 2011 First Texas Products signs lease contract with Intermex Industrial Parks
First Texas Products leases this building in Juarez Industrial Park
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Chih., Mexico --First Texas Products has signed a lease contract with Intermex Industrial Parks for a 25,620 square-foot building located in Juarez Industrial Park.
First Texas produces metal detectors for recreational treasure hunting, as well as for military and industrial tasks such as detection of tunnels and cavities, pipelines, metal targets and more. Likewise, First Texas produces consumer night vision monoculars, binoculars and goggles.
First Texas Products’ headquarters are located in El Paso, Texas.
April 5, 2011 GR Spring and Stamping de México S. de R.L. de C.V. signed a lease with INTERMEX for a 13,418 Sq. Ft. expansion to its current operation in the Chihuahua Industrial Complex in the City of Chihuahua, MEXICO
Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico – GR Spring and Stamping de México S. de R.L. de C.V. the Mexican subsidiary of GR Spring and Stamping Inc. headquartered in Grand Rapids, Michigan, signed a lease April 5, 2011 with INTERMEX for a 13,418 Sq. Ft. expansion to the CUU-CP-13 building, located on the Chihuahua Industrial Complex in the City of Chihuahua. The additional space will allow GRSS to respond to additional customer demand in the Automotive Industry serving final assembly automakers in Central Mexico.
The company was founded in 1960, as Grand Rapids Spring & Wire. Presently, it specializes in the manufacturing of metal stampings, value added assemblies, springs and slide-formed products. Stamping Processes include In-Die Automation up to 1000 ton (welding, staking, tapping and assembly), Dual Layer Material, Painting, Plating, Tumbling, Smart Tooling and Smart Welding
March 2011 Cesar-Scott Inc. renews lease contract with Intermex Industrial Parks
Cesar Scott’s building in Juarez Industrial Park
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Chih., Mexico -- Cesar-Scott Inc., a wire harness and cable assembly manufacturing company, renewed its lease contract with Intermex Industrial Parks for an 8,235 square-foot building located in Juarez Industrial Park.
Cesar-Scott Inc. has maintained operations in Mexico for more than 15 years. Its manufacturing process focuses on appliance, automotive, custom and electronic wire cable assembly.
Corporate offices for Cesar-Scott are located in Minnesota.
March 17th, 2011 Intermex leases to Demotechnic new facility in City of Chihuahua
Demotechnic’s new facility in Chihuahua provides 24,000 square feet
CHIHUAHUA, Chih., Mexico – Intermex has completed lease arrangements with Demotechnic for the latter’s new 24,000 square-foot facility located at Miguel de Cervantes Avenue in the Chihuahua Industrial Complex in the City of Chihuahua.
This new facility becomes Demotechnic’s second location in the city, and will serve as a warehouse for raw material and finished goods. Demotechnic will expand production processes in Chihuahua, which include the manufacture of technical thermoplastic components for the automotive and electronic industries.
Demotechnic is part of the AFE Group, founded in 1976 with headquarters in Montrouge (Paris), France. AFE has three sectors: Metal (cast steel), Cronite (heatproof steel) and Plasturgie (plastic injection). The AFE Group has manufacturing operations in France, the United States, Germany, China and Mexico among other countries.
February 2011 Danhil Containers renews 80,000 sq. ft. lease contract with Intermex Industrial Parks
Danhil Containers’ building in AeroJuarez Industrial Park
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Chih., Mexico -- Danhil Containers has renewed the lease contract for its 80,000 square-foot site at Intermex Industrial Parks in AeroJuarez Industrial Park.
Danhil Containers is a leader in the packaging and containers industry. Headquartered in Temple, Texas, Danhil employs over 450 full-time employees in its various plants. The Juarez plant produces hand assembly fixtures, laminators, pioneer flatbed die cutters, among other products.
January 7th, 2011 Hawker Beechcraft signs lease with Intermex for 104,000 sq. ft. facility in City of Chihuahua
Hawker Beechcraft’s new facility in Chihuahua City features 104,000 square feet of production space
CHIHUAHUA, Chih., Mexico – Hawker Beechcraft Corporation and Intermex Industrial Parks celebrated the signing of a 10-year lease agreement for a 104,000 industrial facility located at 11360 Cristobal Colon Ave. in the Chihuahua Industrial Complex.
In this new building -- its third in the city -- Hawker Beechcraft plans to use different machining processes for metallic parts for business jets. Employment should reach 120 by the end of 2011. Part of the facility will serve as a logistics and distribution center for Hawker.
Intermex has begun to refurbish the building, with completion scheduled for the end of this month.
Hawker Beechcraft with headquarters in Wichita, Kansas manufactures business, special mission and trainer aircraft. It employs more than 6,000 globally, with its larger facilities located in Kansas and Arkansas in the United States, England, and in the City of Chihuahua México. Hawker Beechcraft has built more than 54,000 aircraft since 1932 of which more than 36,000 continue in operation today.
October 15th, 2010 TecStar Plastic signs lease with INTERMEX for building in Chihuahua Industrial Complex
CHIHUAHUA, Chih., Mexico – Tecstar de México S.A. de C.V., part of the MGS MFG Group, signed a lease October 15 with INTERMEX for the CUU-CP-04 building, located at the Chihuahua Industrial Complex in the city of Chihuahua. The lease included a 50,145 square-foot building which is expandable up to 100,000 square feet. This INTERMEX building represents Tecstar´s third plant in the city.
MGS MFG Group has its headquarters in Germantown, Wis., and offers high-technology molding with presses that range from 28 to 880 tons. It has more than 50 multi-shot systems, and 300,000 square feet of production space with multiple manufacturing facilities in the United States. Tecstar in the city of Chihuahua manufactures plastic products for electric components and consumer products, automotive and medical industries. Tecstar also has an in-house maintenance shop for molds.
August 2nd, 2010 UTi Contract Logistics and Distribution (formerly Span de México) signed a lease with INTERMEX for this 26,629 square-foot building in the Chihuahua Industrial Complex, located in the City of Chihuahua, Mexico
CHIHUAHUA, Chihuahua, Mexico – Span de México S.A. de C.V., now part of UTi Contract Logistics and Distribution, signed a lease August 2, 2010 with INTERMEX for the CUU-CP-10 building located in the Chihuahua Industrial Complex in the City of Chihuahua. The lease includes a 26,629 square-foot building on a 55,957 square-foot site. The new location enables UTi to maintain its presence in Chihuahua in a strategic location close to its customers.
UTi Worldwide Inc. is an international, non-asset based supply chain services and solutions company. Their services include air and ocean freight forwarding, contract logistics, customs brokerage, distribution, inbound logistics and truckload brokerage. Other UTi services include supply chain management, consulting, the coordination of purchase orders and customized management services. Their global and diverse customer base ranges from large multinational enterprises to smaller local businesses.
UTi clients operate in industries with unique supply chain requirements such as the pharmaceutical, retail, apparel, chemical, automotive and technology. UTi is a publicly-listed company in the United States with reported revenues of $3.6 billion for their fiscal year ended January 31, 2010.
June 23rd, 2010
Textron International Mexico celebrates opening permanent facility in City of Chihuahua
CHIHUAHUA, Chih., Mexico - Textron International Mexico celebrated the opening of its permanent facility in Chihuahua during the company’s June 23 event. The 122,000 square-foot building located in the new Intermex Carolina Industrial Park along Highway 45 (km 16.5) features more than 43 acres of available land.
Textron International Mexico plans to invest more than (US) $85 million of equipment to manufacture the cabin, nose and tail sections of the Bell 429 helicopter.
As part the celebration, Textron International Mexico delivered the first finished cabin to its customer Bell Helicopter. The cabin will be sent to Montreal, Canada where the helicopter will be completed.
During their speeches, John Roberts, general manager of Textron International Mexico, and John Garrison, president of Bell, their pride of the local labor force that has demonstrated hard work and achieved quality while operating ethically.
Intermex has been working as shelter and real estate provider with Textron in this new venture. The facility represents a build-to-suit approach, and is the first in Chihuahua to be certified as a basic Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) - building.
June 1st. 2010 Cessna Aircraft celebrates opening of fourth plant in City of Chihuahua
Dignitaries recognize media and attendees during the Cessna
groundbreaking ceremony for building expansion to 472,000 square feet.
CHIHUAHUA, Chih., Mexico - Cessna Aircraft celebrated June 1 the opening of its fourth facility in Chihuahua. The 83,000 square-foot Intermex Building is located in the Chihuahua Industrial Complex.
During the celebration, Cessna and Intermex announced that by the end of this year, the plant will expand to 472,000 square feet for production of sheet-metal structure assemblies and subassemblies for Cessna aircraft. Employment is anticipated to be more than 600.
“Cessna decided to establish in Chihuahua a few years ago for many reasons including its geographical location, logistics, costs, but mainly because of the qualified work force and the extraordinary working environment that prevails in our city,” said State Governor Lic. Jose Reyes Baeza Terrazas during his speech.
Mr. Jaime Creel Sisniega, president of Intermex board of administration said that Cessna’s new project is very important as it strengthens the City of Chihuahua as a recognized aerospace cluster.
Dignitaries attending the ceremony included Gov. Reyes Baeza Terrazas, Lic. Alvaro Madero Muñoz, mayor of the City of Chihuahua; Lic. Martha Lara Alatorre, secretary of Industrial Development of the State of Chihuahua; Mr. Mark Withrow, Cessna´s transition director; Mr. Jim Mercer, Cessna´s general manager; Mr. Creel Sisniega, and Lic. Jose Luis Rodulfo Mercado, director of the Chihuahua City Maquiladora Association. More than 200 other government, industry and academic leaders, as well as Cessna´s customers, suppliers and employees attended.
March 17, 2010
Mexico's Alliance for corporate social responsibility and the Mexican Center for Philanthropy recognize INTERMEX for social responsibility
Intermex staff with the Socially Responsible Company Award
MEXICO, D.F., Mexico – Jorge Villalobos Grzybowicz, President of the Mexican Center for Philanthropy has presented the prestigious Socially Responsible Company award to INTERMEX Chief Executive Officer.
To earn this award, Mexican companies must publically and voluntarily commit to social responsibility as integral to business strategy and company culture. This commitment includes the areas of business ethics, quality of life, community involvement and environmetal care.
Jorge Villalobos Grzybowicz during the March 17 event noted that INTERMEX’s commitment to social responsibility features activities including water and paper recycling, energy savings, charitable donations, child care for employees and support for sporting activities.
INTERMEX Chief Executive Officer gratefully accepted the award. “INTERMEX plans to continue working together with employees, customers, suppliers and friends to achieve a sustainable future through programs that benefit all through the areas that social responsibility includes.”
March 10, 2010
Pentair signed a lease with INTERMEX for a 63,160 Sq. Ft. building in Apodaca, Nuevo Leon
MONTERREY, N.L., Mexico – Santa Rita de Mexico, subsidiary of Pentair, Inc., signed a lease March 10, 2010 with INTERMEX for the MTY-MT-01 building, located on the INTERMEX Industrial Campus in Apodaca, Nuevo Leon. The lease includes the 63,160 square-foot building land on the 156,000 square-foot site. The Apodaca location is in the northern section of the Monterrey area, near the primary Monterrey international airport.
Pentair is a global company, leaders in providing innovative products and systems used worldwide in the movement, treatment, storage and enjoyment of water. Their operating company headquarters is in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This group also operates three plants in Reynosa, Tamaulipas.
Santa Rita projects employment of 50 direct labor and approximately 20 administrative workers in the first phase of the project. The subsidiary expects to operations in July 2010.
December 14, 2009 Cessna Aircraft and Intermex execute lease agreement for 83,000 square feet facility
Cessna Aircraft expands in Chihuahua, Mexico
CHIHUAHUA, Chih., Mexico -- INTERMEX and Cessna Aircraft Company today executed a lease agreement clearing for takeoff Cessna´s expansion in Chihuahua City. Cessna initially gains 83,000 square feet for its local footprint. Longer-range plans call for nearly 600 new employees working at the 400,000 square-foot facility. Cessna’s capabilities in Chihuahua increase to more complex work that includes cutting, forming, heat treating, chemical finishing, spray-priming, and spray painting of metal components for airplanes.
Ed Pack, vice president of Support Services of Cessna stated that Chihuahua continues to be an excellent location featuring key educational infrastructure such as CENALTEC (High-Tech Training Center), universities, technical schools, and a workforce eager to learn.
Arturo Avila, Cessna´s general manager for the Chihuahua Operations, has been an instrumental in the development of this aviation industry success story which started 4 years ago.
INTERMEX Industrial Parks provided real estate services, partnering with Cessna during the aircraft maker’s expansion process in Mexico.
December 01, 2009
Manoir Aerospace Plant Chihuahua celebrates opening of its first manufacturing plant in Mexico.
CHIHUAHUA, Chih, Mexico.- Manoir Aerospace today celebrated the opening of its first plant in Mexico, located in the City of Chihuahua.
In its new 30,000 square-foot facility, Manoir Aerospace will manufacture torque tubes in steel or titanium for engine braking systems, and static vanes for jet engines. Primary customers in the United Staes include Boeing and GE.
More than 40 new jobs are expected to be generated.
Alain Jory-Barthe, president of Manoir Aerospace pointed out that Manoir decided to locate in Chihuahua because of the support the state and local government provided to their project. He also cited the competitive advantages of the location, the qualified labor force, the training thru the CENALTEC (Centro de Entrenamiento en Alta Tecnología) and the city’s infrastructure.
Frederic Mathieu, plant manager of Manoir Aerospace in Chihuahua gave special recognition to INTERMEX Industrial Parks which has been Manoir´s partner for its successful establishment in the City of Chihuahua. INTERMEX provides shelter (outsourced manufacturing support) services including human resources, customs, legal, environmental, permits, and real estate.
Dignitaries attending the inaugural ceremony also included Mrs. Martha Lara Alatorre, secretary of Industrial Development of the State of Chihuahua; Mr. Guillermo Villalobos, secretary of the city government; Mr. Jaime Creel Sisniega, chairman of the board of Intermex Industrial Parks and Mr. Guillermo Medrano, CEO of Intermex Industrial Parks. More than 70 other government, aerospace industry, academic leaders, as well as Manoir´s customers, suppliers and partners, participated in the inaugural events.
October 29, 2009
HCP Packaging leases 61,500 square feet in Reynosa
HCP Packing’s new building in Reynosa, Mexico
REYNOSA, Tamps., Mexico.- Intermex Industrial Parks has leased part of the REX-IIC-03 building in Reynosa to HCP Packaging. This company gains 108,300 square feet of land and 61,500 square feet of floorspace. HCP Packaging is truly global, with manufacturing factories in China and the U.S.A., and regional sales and development offices in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, New York, Paris and London. The company is unique in its structure and its ability to support customers.
HCP Packaging is a global leader in the design, development and manufacture of prestige primary packaging containers for the cosmetics, toiletries, skin care and fragrance industries. HCP Packaging’s product portfolio includes standard and customized compacts, lipsticks, mascaras, lip gloss and eye shadow containers. Products also include skincare jars, tubes and bottles, fragrance closures and other cosmetic items. From the new Reynosa plant, HCP will export to the United States and Europe. Their clients include Estee Lauder, Revlon, L’Oreal, as well as the majority of other cosmetics manufacturers.
HCP expects to begin operations in March 2010, creating nearly 80 jobs in the first phase of the project, 60 of which will be direct manufacturing employees with the remainder being administrative workers and supervisory people.
August 19, 2009
Cesar-Scott Inc. leases 8,235 sf in Juarez Industrial Park
Leased building located in Juarez Industrial Park.
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Chih, Mexico.- Cesar-Scott Inc., a wire harness and cable assembly manufacturing company, signed today a lease contract with Intermex Industrial Parks for an 8,235 square-foot building located in Juarez Industrial Park.
Cesar-Scott Inc. has maintained operations in Mexico for more than 15 years. Its manufacturing process focuses on appliance, automotive, custom and electronic wire cable assembly.
The company plans to continue its growth and eventually move into a larger building.
Corporate offices for Cesar-Scott are located in Minnesota.
August 13, 2009
ITS inaugurates its new 40,000 square feet building in Reynosa, Mexico.
Aerial picture of ITS' new building in Reynosa
Offices within the new facility
REYNOSA Tamps., MEXICO.- Intermex has delivered to International Tubular Services (ITS) a 40,440 square-foot industrial building in Intermex Industrial Campus I in Reynosa, Tamps. ITS leases and sells parts and equipment to the oil industry, and has a complete service of drilling operations. ITS clients include Halliburton and PEMEX.
ITS plans to establish Mexico Corporative offices in Reynosa. With operations worldwide, it has in Mexico operations in Poza Rica, Ver. and Villahermosa, Tab. In its new Reynosa facility, they project 40 workers during the first year.
August 5, 2009
Textron International executes the lease agreement with INTERMEX to build a 120,000 square feet facility in Chihuahua
Celebrating the signature of the lease agreement from left: Alfonso Mejía, Textron; CEO of Intermex Industrial Parks, Lic. Martha Lara Alatorre, Secretary of Industrial Development of the State of Chihuahua; John Roberts, Textron International Mexico General Manager, and Mr. Rudy López, VP of Contracts Textron Chihuahua
CHIHUAHUA Chih, Mexico.- Textron International Mexico signed a new lease agreement with INTERMEX Industrial Parks today to build the first phase of its campus in the City of Chihuahua. The location will be located in an Intermex new industrial development along the Juarez – El Paso Highway, km 16.5.
The 120,000 sq.ft. facility will be delivered at the end of February 2010.
Textron International Mexico will continue growing in Mexico with this new facility, assembling products for Bell Commercial Helicopters including models 407, 412 and 429.
Dignitaries attending the lease signature ceremony included Rudy Lopez, VP of Contracts from Textron; Guillermo Medrano, CEO of Intermex Industrial Parks; Martha Lara Alatorre, Secretary of Industrial Development of the State of Chihuahua and John Roberts, General Manager of Textron International Mexico. Honor witnesses included Alfonso Mejia from Textron and Fernando Siqueiros, Shelter Manager from Intermex.
June 15, 2009
Intermex finishes the 82,000 square feet plant for NIFCO Korea in Monterrey, Mexico.
NIFCO’s new building in Monterrey
Intermex will provide Shelter Services to NIFCO's new plant
MONTERREY, N.L., Mexico.- Intermex Industrial Parks has finished an 82,000 square-foot industrial building located in Intermex Industrial Campus Apodaca in Apodaca, N.L. for NIFCO Korea.
This new building will house manufacturing operations of plastic injection molding parts for the automotive industry.
“Not only are we able to cut labor costs by moving to Mexico, we can cut transportation costs by consolidating more of the manufacturing process in one location,” said Toshiyuki Yamamoto, VP of operations, NIFCO Korea.
Additionally, Intermex will provide shelter services to this plant which plans to employ between 100 and 150 employees during its first year.
Intermex has been working with NIFCO during the last six years in NIFCO’s process of expanding in Mexico by providing real estate and shelter services.
June 8, 2009
Freescale celebrates the opening of its new business and technology center. The 65,000 square foot high tech facility is located in Guadalajara.
Ribbon cutting ceremony to inaugurate Freescale's new technology center
New facility in Guadalajara
GUADALAJARA , Jal., MEXICO.- Today, Freescale celebrated the opening of its new business and technology center in Guadalajara. The 65,000-square-foot facility is located in Tlaquepaque, a municipality within Guadalajara.
“Establishing this state-of-the-art business and technology center in Guadalajara solidifies Freescale’s commitment to Latin America and will help us to continue attracting and retaining world-class digital and analog chip talent in the region,” said Rich Beyer, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Freescale. “Freescale Mexico’s applications engineering and semiconductor design teams enhance our support for our customers around the world and help strengthen our global leadership in embedded processing. The opening of this new facility is a proud day for all of Freescale.”
Dignitaries attending the inaugural ceremony include Lic. Emilio González Márquez, Governor of Jalisco; Lic. Hernán Cortés, president of Tlaquepaque; Ricardo Gómez, president of the Mexican Electronics Telecommunications and Information Technologies Industries Chamber (CANIETI); Octavio Parga, president of the Electronics Production Chain Organization (CADELEC); Alonso Ulloa Vélez, secretary of economic development for the State of Jalisco, Governor's Office; and more than 200 other government, industry and academic leaders, as well as Freescale customers and suppliers.
The new Freescale Mexico Business and Technology Center is three times larger than the company’s previous facility in Guadalajara and offers nearly 22,000 square feet of additional space for future expansion. The facility currently houses more than 250 Freescale collaborators and is large enough to accommodate more than 500 people with state-of-the-art laboratories for medical, automotive, appliance and multimedia applications.
Freescale engineers at the new facility focus on applications development using embedded processors and microcontrollers, sensors, RF, analog and mixed-signal ICs for the networking, automotive, consumer and industrial markets. The facility also houses customer service and post-sales support, direct and channel sales, field quality engineering, finance, information technology computer-integrated manufacturing, supply chain, marketing and Mexico government relations staff.
“We maintain a strong technical talent pipeline through our university relations program in Mexico and have had excellent government support during the last five years,” said Germán Hernández, Mexico country manager for Freescale. “Freescale has attracted some of the best and brightest minds in semiconductor design and embedded software development in the region, thanks to our many years of active support and collaboration with leading universities throughout Latin America.”
Freescale has maintained a strong presence in Mexico since its first Latin American facility opened in Guadalajara in 1968. Over the years, the company has continued to expand its technology and sales presence throughout Mexico. In 2004, Freescale consolidated its IC design center operations in Guadalajara.
INTERMEX Industrial Parks has been working together with Freescale during the process of expanding in to Mexico, providing Real Estate services.
May 23, 2009
Vientek inaugurates its new 200,000 square-foot building in Juarez, Chihuahua.
Vientek's new building located in Las Torres Avenue
New turbine blade manufacturing plant in Juarez
CIUDAD JUAREZ, CHIH., MEXICO.- Vientek, a venture of Mitsubishi and TPI Composites, inaugurated its third turbine blade manufacturing plant in Juarez, Mexico. The new 200,000 square feet plant, an expansion of its current building, will permit the opening of four more production lines, and may generate 400 new jobs.
This new project results from the growing demand in the USA for generation of energy through wind power, and the customer confidence in the manufacturing quality of Mexico’s workforce.
May 15, 2009
Felipe Calderon, President of Mexico, inaugurates Textron International Mexico Plant in Chihuahua.
President of Mexico Felipe Calderon, John Roberts Plant Manager of Textron International Mexico and Jose Reyes Baeza, Governor of the State of Chihuahua during the Facility tour.
CHIHUAHUA Chih, Mexico.- Yesterday, Felipe Calderon, President of Mexico visited the City of Chihuahua to inaugurate Textron International Mexico Plant, located at the Chihuahua Industrial Complex where parts for BELL commercial helicopters will be assembled.
TIM´S (Textron International Mexico) investment for this project is close to 85 million dollars in the initial phase, generating 375 new jobs in the community.
With this announcement, the City of Chihuahua confirms its position as a leading player in the Aerospace Industry in Mexico. “With these investments, the Mexican Aerospace Sector achieves a high position in the global market, offering quality products at competitive prices and a highly skilled workforce” said the Governor of Chihuahua, Jose Reyes Baeza Terrazas.
INTERMEX Industrial Parks has been working together with TIM during the process of expanding in to Mexico, providing Real estate and Shelter services.
February 20, 2009
Bank of America leases 22,000 square feet high-tech building from Intermex in Guadalajara.
Bank of America’s new location in Guadalajara
New administrative offices
GUADALAJARA , Jal., MEXICO.- Bank of America has executed the lease agreement with Intermex to occupy 22,000 square feet of high-tech office space within the Intermex 107 building in Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico. This will be their second administrative office in Mexico, the first being in Mexico City. Employment should exceed 200.
This marks the latest venture in the long history of Bank of America in Mexico, which dates back to 1954. With offices in more than 30 countries worldwide, Bank of America remains committed to Mexico and its financial future.