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Automotive manufacturer will invest US$3 million in Jalisco

Karla Salinas | 02.09.2014

ZF Sachs Suspension, the German manufacturer of power trains and suspension components, is considering installing in Jalisco a workshop to re-manufacture transmissions for heavy equipment, to which purpose they would invest around US$3 million by 2016. 

ZF Sachs Suspension, the German manufacturer of power trains and suspension components, is considering installing in Jalisco a workshop to re-manufacture transmissions for heavy equipment, to which purpose they would invest around US$3 million by 2016. 

As explained by Gerardo Varela, CEO, ZF Services in Guadalajara, the company is confident to keep on investing in Jalisco, since their largest shock absorbers plant in the Americas is located at El Salto, Jalisco. 

Even if, according to Varela, this is a rather small investment, it represents hiring highly qualified labor. 

ZF Sachs Suspension Group ranks eighth in the world as auto parts manufacturer, with income over €17 billion and presence in 26 countries throughout the world.

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