year after opening an R&D center in Santa Fe, Mexico, Faurecia has just cut
the ribbon on a new laboratory specialising in the design and development of
seat covers and foams. The 20 engineers and technicians assigned to the
facility will work to develop these components, which are essential to the
ambience, comfort and safety of the passenger compartment, said a company
new laboratory will enable Faurecia Automotive Seating to better anticipate the
expectations of its customers with plants in Mexico (Volkswagen, Nissan and
Chrysler, among others) and more quickly meet their needs. At the end of 2013,
Faurecia had 10 plants and 9,000 employees in Mexico.
2020, Mexico is projected to be producing almost 4.5 million vehicles a year
for the local, North American and South American markets.
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