At the VYNMSA Escobedo Park, in Escobedo, Nuevo Leon, the German company Hellermann Tyton started operations, specializing in the design and manufacture of cabling management solutions for the manufacturing and infrastructure industries.
The investment made was 10,000,000 dollars, which built a production area of 10,000 square meters and the goal is to expand its facilities to reach 20,000 square meters in 2018.
Lorenzo Aguilar Camelo, undersecretary of Industry, Commerce and Services, said that this inauguration is testimony to how foreign investment sees the State as a strategic and competitive place to set up its companies.
“The start-up of operations at the Hellermann Tyton plant is of great benefit to Nuevo Leon since it will generate up to 700 direct jobs once it operates at 100% of its installed capacity,” said the state official.
Hellermann Tyton is a company founded in 1933 in Germany, later it initiates operations in North America in 1969 and for 1994 it enters in the Mexican market; in 1998 opened its first distribution center in Guadalajara.
Jim Campion, global president Hellermann Tyton participated in the opening ceremony. Max Gómez, manager of Regional Operations and Víctor Sánchez, manager of the plant.