Grote Industries Makes Significant Expansion in Apodaca, Mexico

Grote Industries Expands in Apodaca, Mexico

Improvements will increase efficiency, reduce costs and provide quality jobs in the area.

Grote Industries has announced an expansion of its engineering design center and production facility, Grote Industries de Mexico, in Apodaca, Mexico.

In addition to expanding its design and engineering center with this new investment, manufacturing space has been expanded by more than 50% to accommodate new production and shipping capacity. These improvements will increase efficiency, reduce costs and help Grote remain at the forefront of industry innovation. Grote Industries de Mexico has been operating in Mexico since 1993 and employs more than 600 people.

“The expansion of Grote Industries de Mexico underscores Grote’s ongoing commitment to embrace new opportunities and create the kind of industry-leading products that customers around the globe have come to rely on,” said Dominic Grote, president and CEO of Grote Industries. “Grote Industries has been a leader in innovation for more than 120 years – today, they carry on that tradition by consistently delivering safer, smarter products in a highly competitive marketplace.”

Grote’s investment in its operations in Mexico will enable the company to be more competitive and better serve its customers in an increasingly challenging market. As a major player in the transportation industry’s safety and visibility markets, Grote’s North American locations in Mexico, the United States, and Canada play a critical role in the company’s success. These vertically integrated facilities allow Grote to smoothly navigate supply chain issues, efficiently assemble products at multiple locations, and quickly ship them to customers worldwide.

“The expansion and improvement of our Mexico operation will further our overall goal of operating safe, environmentally friendly facilities dedicated to the pursuit of zero-defect manufacturing,” said Grote.

Antonio Leal, general manager of Grote Industries de Mexico, said he sees the impact of this new investment firsthand. “At a local level, Grote Industries is deeply committed to providing great jobs and a professional work environment to our team in Apodaca,” said Leal. “The expansion of Grote Industries de Mexico will ensure that our capacity for innovative product development and production is able to grow along with our customers’ needs well into the future.”

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