Flex Subsidiary NEXTracker Expands Global Presence


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NEXTracker, a Flex company, has expanded its manufacturing presence in Mexico to meet the growing demand for the company's high-performance solar trackers. Leveraging Flex's robust manufacturing presence in Mexico and several world-class component supply partners, NEXTracker is well-positioned to provide a 'made in Mexico' tracker for utility scale projects.

"NEXTracker is thrilled to be supporting customers and their projects in Mexico by manufacturing and installing hundreds of MW’s of solar trackers locally," said NEXTracker CEO Dan Shugar. "Our trackers are particularly well-suited to Mexico; NX Horizon is optimized for integration into the growing number of utility scale projects being deployed. Our relationship with Mexican-based manufacturing enables us to secure high quality components, reduce material lead times – and accelerate project completion."

The Flex plant in Guadalajara, Mexico manufactures NEXTracker's self-powered controller. Additional components are supplied by partners in Coahuila and Tijuana. All facilities are ISO 9001 certified.

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