Libra Industries Sees Growth in Mexico


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Libra Industries, a privately-held systems integration and electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider, is excited to announce that it has seen strong growth since the acquisition of its facility in Guaymas, Mexico in January of this year. The company has completely integrated its world-class IT and business analytics infrastructure at the facility.

Hector Acosta, Vice President, Guaymas plant, stated, “The Libra Guaymas Team provides the best speed when responding to requests for quotes as well as the launch of new products and response to our clients. All with excellent quality, efficiency combined with on-time delivery.”

The 75,000 ft.2 Libra Industries Guaymas facility serves the medical, aerospace and medical markets. Capabilities at the Guaymas plant include state-of-the-art precision machining centers, CNC milling capabilities up to 12’ length, sheet metal fabrication, laser cutting, forming and more.

Libra Industries will retain the 100+ Guaymas associates and all customer accounts. The acquisition gives Libra Industries room to grow and the company plans to leverage the expanded capabilities that the Guaymas operation offers. The acquisition is key for the long-term growth and success of Libra’s strategic accounts.

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