Serviacero Worthington Opens New Facility in Northern Mexico
Sep 11, 2009
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Worthington Industries, Inc. announced that its joint venture, Serviacero Worthington, completed phase one of its greenfield steel processing facility, located in the Monterrey region in Escobedo, Mexico. In addition to the Monterrey facility in northern Mexico, Serviacero Worthington has steel processing facilities in central Mexico in Leon and Queretaro.

Serviacero Worthington is a 50 percent-owned joint venture between the Serviacero Group and The Worthington Steel Company. Serviacero Worthington has three facilities in Mexico and offers services such as slitting, multi-blanking and cutting-to-length to customers in a variety of industries including automotive, appliance, electronics and heavy equipment.

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