TECT announces new manufacturing facility in Mexico

  • 23-Jul-2012 12:33 EDT

TECT announced today that the newest member of its family of businesses, TECT Aerospace Components, located in Guanajuato, Mexico, has begun manufacturing operations in support of sister business TECT Aerospace. TECT Aerospace Components' new facility is producing three- and four-axis machined and fabricated components for TECT Aerospace that get incorporated into larger work statements and complex assemblies for several end customers in the Seattle, WA; Wichita, KS; and Ft. Worth, TX, areas. Once the initial startup phase is completed, TECT Aerospace Components plans to begin servicing external customers. TECT expects to employ 50 full-time workers in Guanajuato when the facility meets its initial ramp-up objectives.

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