Tenere Expands Sheet Metal Fabrication to Mexico
Dresser, Wis. – May 27, 2016 – Tenere Inc. (Tenere), a full service provider of complex metal and plastic components and assemblies, announced the expansion of its sheet metal capabilities with the addition of a facility in Monterrey, Mexico. The new Tenere Monterrey sheet metal operation is the company’s first wholly owned international site.
“Tenere’s international expansion is a critical step in providing high-quality manufacturing solutions for our customers,” stated Greg Adams, CEO of Tenere. “The new facility will allow us to better serve our customers and prospects in that region who value our engineering support, flexibility and single source solution.”
The Tenere Monterrey facility will complement Tenere’s already robust sheet metal fabrication capabilities by adding capacity and strengthening core competencies of engineering support, production, quality and assembly. The new facility provides soft tool metal fabrication and assembly services. Capabilities include laser cutting, punching, bending, pressed hardware and welding, with expansion plans to include powder coating. The facility has approximately 103,000 square feet of manufacturing space.
“We have been extremely impressed with the quality of work and level of professionalism demonstrated by the Mexico workforce,” stated Dan Jackson, Tenere’s Executive Director of Expansion. “They are a natural fit into Tenere’s employee culture and are focused on ensuring the highest quality of service to our customers.”
“Our Tenere Monterrey operation is well positioned to provide an expanded offering of services and solutions to our customers in the region,” stated Francisco Carreon, General Manager of Tenere Monterrey. “Critical Monterrey functional positions were trained out of Tenere’s Wisconsin sheet metal facilities to assure our customers the Tenere Monterrey facility and its employees have a deep understanding of the quality that the Tenere brand has become known for. We are ready to help our customers succeed.”
This article was originally published by Business Wire.