The Taiwanese company, Quanta Computer Inc., begins construction on the expansion of its plant in Nuevo Leon that will operate under American Industries’® shelter program.
Quanta Computer Mexico announced its US 130 million expansion project that will double the surface area of its factory and add 2,000 new collaborators by the end of this year.
Pedro Campa, vice president of Quanta Computer Inc., which manufactures electric car parts, mentioned that the company is making this US 130 million investment to move part of its production from Shanghai and Taiwan to the municipality of García in Nuevo Leon. As one of the main suppliers of electric vehicles, the new plant will manufacture high-technology devices for electric cars.
“It is an electronic manufacturing plant for devices that help control a variety of the vehicle’s functions, which is the most complex machine we are manufacturing for electric vehicles,” Pedro Campa stated after the groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion.
The expansion is the company’s first manufacturing plant outside of Asia, in García, Nuevo Leon, which operates under American Industries’ shelter administrative services program. The governor of Nuevo Leon Samuel García, and Iván Rivas, Nuevo Leon’s Secretariat of the Economy, and American Industries Regional Director in Monterrey, Paulina González, were all in attendance for the event.
About Quanta Computer Inc.
Quanta Computer Incorporated is a Taiwan-based manufacturer of notebook computers and other electronic hardware. It is the world’s largest manufacturer of laptops, and its customers include Apple Inc., Compaq, Dell, Gateway, Hewlett-Packard, Alienware, Amazon.com, Casper, Cisco, Fujitsu, Gericom, Lenovo, LG, Maxdata, MPC, Research In Motion, Sharp Corporation, Siemens AG, Sony, Sun Microsystems, and Toshiba.