USA/Mexico – Incoe Corporation USA has just announced plans for a recently acquired facility in Querétaro, Mexico, which will be the hot runner manufacturer's latest addition to its global network – Incoe Mexico.
Spread over 370 m2, Incoe Mexico resides within the Business Park Conín in Querétaro, around 200 km North of Mexico City. The official opening of the new facility is scheduled for early spring this year. Incoe Mexico will mainly focus on providing technical service and spare parts for the growing market in Mexico.
Incoe Mexico will complement existing technical hot runner service personnel in Mexico along with the company's representative partners, Privarsa and C&V Techno-Plast, for spare parts in ten locations throughout Mexico, Incoe says. Heading this branch is Country Manager Isaac Gomez, a long time Technical Service Representative for Incoe and he says: “Plastic production in Mexico just keeps growing. Incoe has taken our service capabilities to the next level.”
Kurt Curtis, General Manager of Incoe USA notes: “Getting the keys and opening the doors is really just one of the last remaining steps in making Incoe Mexico a reality.”