ESCO Corporation's Turbine Technologies (TT) Group recently signed a contract with The Offshore Group to continue manufacturing in Mexico at its operations in Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico through 2017. The company occupies 33,500 square feet of industrial space at the Roca Fuerte Industrial Park. ESCO TT, the first tenant at The Offshore Group's Guaymas industrial park, will soon celebrate the tenth anniversary of its Mexico manufacturing operations.
"ESCO Turbine Technologies is excited to continue its relationship with The Offshore Group which has provided us with exceptional service and a superior manufacturing infrastructure," said Joe Weber, Vice President of North American Operations, ESCO TT. "Guaymas' dedicated and enthusiastic workforce, best-in-class industrial park, and the opportunity to co-locate with other aerospace manufacturers are what attracted us to this area, and have been key to the success of our Mexico operations. We look forward to celebrating another ten years at The Roca Fuerte Industrial Park."
Turbine Technologies manufactures precision investment cast components for the aerospace, energy and turbocharger markets. With facilities in the USA, Mexico and Europe, ESCO TT produces complex super-alloy castings such as blades, vanes and structural components. Capabilities include directionally solidified, single crystal, equiax and fine grain castings as well as precision machining, stem drilling and vacuum heat treating services.
The Offshore Group (offshoregroup.com) is the largest provider of outsourced manufacturing support, or "shelter" services in Mexico. Currently 51 manufacturers are in production are at The Offshore Groups three industrial parks in Sonora and the city of Saltillo, Coahuila. Through its Vangtel subsidiary The Offshore Group also offers services to companies occupying the call center, IT development and BPO markets.
The Offshore Group has enabled companies to establish and maintain manufacturing facilities in Mexico at low cost and risk since 1986.