MFG de México’s expansion includes a new 90,000 sf building.


Joe Wilk, MFG SVP and Don Chapman, DTNA director of supplier management, do the honors at the ribbon cutting and open house.


MFG de México management, representation from MFG Corp, and representatives from DTNA.


Engineering Manager Victor Chairez leads a plant tour for visitors and guests.


Plant 2 LCM preform production area.


One of the new compression presses for LCM molding in Plant 2.



MFG de México, located in Apodaca near the city of Monterrey, completed a major expansion in 2015. A ribbon cutting and open house showcased the new facility to customers and the community.

The expansion includes a new building (Plant 2) that more than doubles the factory floor space and adds 55,000 sf of outside storage. Total footprint for the company is now 160,000 sf under roof along with a new 90,000 sf outside storage with 55 trailer storage spaces.

Current installed assets in Plant 2 include one 3,000-ton press and two 2,350-ton presses, a preform machine and mix equipment. Further expansion through late 2016-2017 includes additional equipment assets.

Plant 1, established in 2007, currently operates six compression molding presses, five of which were updated to in-mold coating injection technology.

MFG de México is an ISO/TS 16949:2009 certified manufacturer. They are a significant supplier of parts to heavy truck and HVAC equipment OEMs.