Beumer celebrates Mexico anniversary
Published by Lucy Stewardson,
Beumer has announced that autumn 2019 will mark the firm’s 10 year anniversary serving industrial customers in Mexico.
The company opened its Mexico City office in November 2009 to provide services for airport baggage handling systems. Since that time, the Mexico-based operations have expanded to include manufacturing and logistics industry clients in Mexico and Latin America, as well as the Caribbean.
Notable projects in Mexico include designing and providing a fully adaptable packaging line for Cooperativa La Cruz Azul scl, the country’s third largest cement manufacturer, and upgrading the baggage handling technology at Mexico City International Airport’s Terminal 2.
“Thriving tourism is leading to a need for increased baggage handling capacity across Mexico’s airports,” said Ralph Buchholz, Executive Director of Beumer Mexico. “This increase, along with the rise of e-commerce and the growing need for manufacturing automation, has allowed us to provide solutions that benefit our clients and the local economy as a whole.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/the-americas/05092019/beumer-celebrates-mexico-anniversary/
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