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Contract Manufacturer Tekmart Adding Electric Press to its Fleet

According to the latest development in the field of plastics and plastics manufacturing one of the plastics manufacturing giant Tekmart Integrated Manufacturing Services (TIMS) is all set to add an electric press to its fleet in an attempt to increase the production of its plastic goods. According to the company, installation of this machine will not merely enable them increase production but will also enable them deliver quality products that their clients are looking for.

Contract Manufacturer Tekmart Adding Electric Press to its Fleet
Contract Manufacturer Tekmart Adding Electric Press to its Fleet

According to reports from various sources the company, this electric press will be added to its lineup of 36 hydraulic machines at its 650,000-square-foot facility in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. The operational unit is located directly across the border from EI Paso, Texas.

The electric press machine which has a clamping force of 400 tons was originally manufactured by Niigata Machine Techno Co. Ltd. Tekmart Integrated Manufacturing Services bought it from a molder in Puerto Rico.

While addressing media professionals and industry experts the general Manager of acquisition development for Tekmart International Inc, Junaid Omer says “It should hit port today,”

While addressing, he also said that the machine as being in “immaculate condition” “We have a program for 2015 where we will sweep out some of the older equipment.”

According to reports the main objective of the company for installing such machine is to enhance the production manifold and bring-in additional business. There is a clear-cut indication that the business of the company is increasing and booming. At present, the company is serving some top-notch companies in the auto sector three of them are Tier 1s and some of them are in its pipeline.

According to sources from the industry around 30 percent of the Juárez plant’s activity is dedicated to automotive industry while rest are being served in healthcare and white goods primarily for hospital beds.

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