MANN+HUMMEL doubles its Mexican manufacturing capacity with the opening of its new Queretaro, Mexico, plant. The $15 million facility will employ up to 250 workers by 2006. Some 30% of the plant’s workforce has transferred from a former Mann+Hummel site in Tlalnepantla, 125 miles (201 km) south of Queretaro. The 150,000-sq.-ft. (14,000-sq.-m) plant was needed to fulfill current and new business from Volkswagen AG, General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co., Volvo Cars, Nissan Motor Co. ...

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