Variosystems Expands in Mexico


Reading time ( words)

Variosystems is constantly looking for new ways to provide complete flexibility to its customers. With the 2020 pandemic, the tariffs on China products and the high intercontinental transport costs, it became clear that there was a need for a North-American high volume facility able to support labor intensive assemblies. 

Juarez, Mexico was selected as the company's 7th production facility. This new addition is a great opportunity for customers to bring production closer, minimizing tariffs and reducing lead times, while keeping an aggressive cost structure.

This 70,000 ft2  facility will support electronic assembly, system integration and potentially wire harness production. Harmonization being at the forefront of our long term vision, all processes, software tools and critical equipment will be identical to our other facilities, providing redundancy and ease of product transfer.

The production is expected to start by Q3 2021 and will employ over 250 skilled operators, engineers and supervisors by 2024.

Share

Print


Suggested Items

Catching Up With Nova Engineering

04/27/2021 | Dan Beaulieu, D.B. Management Group
When searching for companies to interview, I always look for something unique and that makes the company special. Truth be told, I am a collector of stories about good, well-run, unique companies that we can learn something from. Nova Engineering is one of those companies.

What Makes a Great Supply Chain Manager?

04/05/2021 | Timothy McLean, TXM Lean Solutions
Building a competitive and reliable supply chain is a critical success factor for any manufacturing business. This is especially true today, where we face constant volatility and disruption across global supply chains. In this environment, effective supply chain leadership is more critical than ever. So, what makes a great supply chain manager?

APEX Panel: Lessons Learned in Times of Crisis

03/10/2021 | Happy Holden, I-Connect007
During a crisis, communication among employees, customers and suppliers is key to keeping business operations running as smoothly as possible.This consensus came from a panel moderated by Mark Wolfe in the EMS portion of the Managers Forum on Monday, March 6, during the virtual IPC APEX EXPO 2021. Panelists were asked to speak about lessons learned during the pandemic and how it affected their business and employees.



Copyright © 2021 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.