Canadian Plastics

Incoe expands into Mexico

Hot runner supplier Incoe Corp. has acquired a new 4,000-square-foot facility in the Mexican city of Querétaro.

February 2, 2018   Canadian Plastics

In a move to expand its service in Mexico, hot runner supplier Incoe Corp. has acquired a facility in the Mexican city of Querétaro.

The new facility is located in Business Park Conín in Querétaro, and has approximately 4,000 square feet of floor space.

Kurt Curtis, left, and Incoe Mexico’s country manager Isaac Gomez outside the new Incoe facility in in Querétaro.

“Bringing in equipment and inventory has already been planned, so taking what is right now an empty space to a functional service center … should be completed very quickly,” Kurt Curtis, Incoe USA’s general manager, said in a news release.

The new Incoe Mexico division will complement existing technical hot runner service personnel in Mexico, Curtis continued, and will work with Incoe representatives Privarsa and C&V TechnoPlast for spare parts in 10 locations throughout Mexico.

Incoe expects the new facility to be open by the early spring of 2018.

Incoe is headquartered in Troy, Mich.


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