Therma-Tron-X Opens Subsidiary in Mexico
The TTX Mexico headquarters is located in San Pedro Garza García in Nuevo Leon with remote locations throughout Mexico.
Therma-Tron-X (TTX) has chosen Mexico as the home for its first international subsidiary, TTX Mexico. Robert Rock, vice president of strategic development at TTX, says the importance of the Mexican market and a commitment to the company’s existing customers drove the decision to invest in a permanent operation within Mexico.
TTX, which is celebrating its 50th year in business, custom manufactures powder coating, electrodeposition and liquid paint coating systems, as well as reverse osmosis and wastewater treatment equipment.
“We see a robust business and cultural environment,” Rock says. The TTX Mexico headquarters is located in San Pedro Garza García in Nuevo Leon. Remote office locations are in Mexico City, Queretaro, Guadalajara, Puebla, Tampico, Ciudad Juarez, Tijuana and Cancun, with additional locations opening this year. Visit ttxinc.com and ttxmexico.com for more information.
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