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Tenere Expands to Mexico
The Tenere Monterrey facility will add capacity and strengthen Tenere’s core competencies of engineering support, production, quality and assembly, according to company officials. The new facility provides soft-tool metal fabrication and assembly services. Capabilities include laser cutting, punching, bending, pressed hardware and welding, with expansion plans to include powder coating. The facility has approximately 103,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space.
“Our Tenere Monterrey operation is well-positioned to provide an expanded offering of services and solutions to our customers in the region,” states Francisco Carreon, general manager of Tenere Monterrey. “Critical Monterrey functional positions were trained out of Tenere’s Wisconsin sheetmetal facilities to assure our customers the Tenere Monterrey facility and its employees have a deep understanding of the quality that the Tenere brand has become known for.”
For more, visit www.tenere.com.
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All of the major components have been delivered and installed, and the remaining installation of all the electrical components and wiring will occur over the next several weeks. The furnace is expected to enter production at Solar Atmospheres in July.
For more on Solar Atmospheres, visit www.solaratm.com. For details on Solar Manufacturing, visit www.solarmfg.com.