Cambridge Investments Becomes North American Stamping Group
The provider of seating components, hinges, structural chassis parts and other automotive parts also announced it is building a fifth facility, a 75,000-sq.-ft. greenfield structure in Queretaro, Mexico. The stamping plant is expected to be operational by the third quarter of 2008. It will house seven progressive-die stamping lines ranging from 150 to 600 tons, with bed sizes to 144 in., augmented by an underground scrap-conveyor system. The plant also will boast resistance-welding equipment. The Queretaro operation will be supported by the company’s two existing sales and engineering centers in Portland, TN, and Woodstock, Ontario, Canada.
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