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GRUPO KUO, S.A.B. de C.V. (Formerly DESC, SA. De CV) Paseo de los Tamarindos 400-B, piso 31, Bosques de las Lomas, Mexico D.F. 05120 Major Parts Suppliers image
Nemak, S.A.B. de C.V. Libramiento Arco Vial Km 3.8, Garcia N.L., 66017, Mexico Major Parts Suppliers image
Rassini, S.A.B. de C.V. (Formerly Sanluis Corporation) Av. Pedregal 24 – 7th floor, Molino del Rey, 11040 Mexico City, Mexico Major Parts Suppliers image
Interplexico Manufcturing Company, S.A. DE C.V. Parque Industrial Guadalajara Technology Park, Calle Paseo del Norte No. 4690, Zapopan, Jalisco, 45019, Mexico image
3M MEXICO, S.A. OF C.V. Santa Fe Avenida Santa Fe No. 190 Colonia Santa Fe CP 01210 Mexico DF Deleg. image
A4C-Sankin Precision Tube, S.A. de P.I. Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico image
AAA Resortes, S.A. de C.V. Nueva Escocia 4310-C, Fraccionamiento Industrial Lincoln, C.P. 64310, Monterrey, N.L, Mexico image
Abastecedora de Productos Automotrices Cerrada Pozo Brasil #30, Col. Reynosa, México image
ABC INOAC de Mexico S.A. de C.V.(AIEM) Avenida Raramuris #3, Nuevo Parque Industrial, San Juan del Rio, Queretaro C.P. 76806, Mexico image
ABIC Air Conditioning Parts Mexicana, S.A. de C.V. Av. Hiroshima No 1000-4 Compelejoo Industrial Salamanca, C.P.36875, Mexico image
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Jan 27, 2023

On January 25, Foton Mexico held the kick-off ceremony for the first 142 AUV buses that will be assigned to the different urban routes in Nuevo Leon.
These are the first units of a total order of 400 buses.
The Foton buses run on compressed natural gas (CNG), with Cummins engines and Allison transmissions.
The Foton AUVs will help to comply with Nuevo Leon’s mobility master plan, which will benefit 4.6 million users daily in the different metropolitan areas.
Monterrey is the third most populated city in Mexico.
These new buses are expected to reduce particulate matter (PM) by 87%, 15% of nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions by 15% and carbon monoxide up to 100%.

(Mexico-Now article on January 25, 2023)

Jan 26, 2023

Mahle announced it was investing USD 58 million for a new manufacturing facility in the Chuy María Industrial Park of Ramos Arizpe, its fifth plant in the region. The company currently has four factories in the region: Mahle Behr Mexico, Mahle Behr Service Mexico, Mahle Behr Service Mexico, and Mahle Componentes de Motor de Mexico. Two of the production plants in the Saltillo-Ramos Arizpe Industrial Park, known as Pideco, and two in Santa Maria, where it purchased the plants from Behr. (Mexico-Now press release on January 25, 2023)

Jan 26, 2023

On January 24, Yanfeng Seating inaugurated a new plant in Cienaga de Flores, its second in the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon.
The company had invested USD 23 million in the project, which will generate 800 new jobs.
The plant is expected to produce up to 800,000 sets of automotive seats for global customers.
“Yangfeng Seating is here in Nuevo Leon inaugurating a first world plant, which are also Tesla suppliers”, said Samuel Garcia, governor of Nuevo Leon.
Garcia went on to describe incentives the Mexican state is offering, “We announced a 50% discount on all expenses, taxes and duties for hybrid or electric cars in Nuevo Leon.”
Yanfeng’s other facilities in Mexico are in Coahuila, Queretaro and San Luis Potosi.

(Mexico-Now article on January 24, 2023)