The Japanese auto-parts maker Hakkai has recently inaugurated its new plant in the Municipality of Apodaca, Nuevo Leon, with an investment of US$20 million. The new plant, located in the Milenium Industrial Park, will produce steering sensors coil bobbin and gears for huge automotive assemblers and electronic companies.

The Japanese auto-parts maker Hakkai has recently inaugurated its new plant in the Municipality of Apodaca, Nuevo Leon, with an investment of US$20 million. The new plant, located in the Milenium Industrial Park, will produce steering sensors coil bobbin and gears for huge automotive assemblers and electronic companies. Honda and Alcom are two of their main customers. Akihiko Seki, President of Hakkai Group, said that they will serve the NAFTA countries and Brazil’s markets through this industrial complex, with a production of over 600 million pieces per year and will generate between 200 and 300 jobs.

Source: Manufactura

 

 



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