Hella's first electronics plant in Mexico opens

  • 13-Nov-2008 01:29 EST

Germany's Hella KGaA Hueck & Co. recently opened its first electronics manufacturing plant in Mexico. Located about 155 mi (250 km) north of Mexico City in San Jose Iturbide, the 275,000-ft² (26,000-m²) plant will employ more than 100 people. Workers will manufacture transmission range and pedal sensors, as well as vacuum and washer pumps, for customers based in Asia and North America. The plant's annual capacity is about 2 million vacuum pumps and 6 million pedal sensors.

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