Hong Kong, 3 May 2012 -- Johnson Electric Holdings Limited, a global leader in motion subsystems and micro motors, has broken ground for a new production facility in Zacatecas, Mexico. This new plant will produce products primarily for Johnson Electric’s North and South American automotive customers. In addition to geographic considerations, Zacatecas was selected because of the availability of a stable and skilled workforce.
Production will begin in September this year, and the first phase of the project includes an 80,000 sq. ft. plant with 500 workers.
"Our customers in the Americas will benefit from the logistics efficiency arising from the plant’s proximity", said Joe Guisinger, Johnson Electric’s senior vice president Americas. "This is consistent with our strategy of a global footprint to position our engineering and production resources close to our customers."
Johnson Electric has 22 manufacturing plants in 14 countries to serve its customers globally.
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