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Integrated Fabric Resource starts new facility In Mexico
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Jul '15
Integrated Fabric Resource (IFR), which specialises in the custom design, development, and manufacturing of textile-based returnable packaging systems and containers for various industries, has announced the start of an additional manufacturing facility in Irapuato, Mexico.
 
The investment in new manufacturing facility will help IFR to better serve its growing Mexican customer base, the company said on its website.
 
The new production facility will enable to increase its manufacturing capacity of textile-based returnable packaging systems, along with production of SpeedCell storage solutions, a product of Holland Storage Systems.
 
With the Irapuato facility, IFR now has two manufacturing facilities and six sales offices in North America.
 
“Our commitment to manufacture product in Mexico reflects the decision we made several years ago to begin providing our services for customers in Mexico. Our commitment at that time was to serve them with the same level of performance that our customers in the United States and Canada enjoy,” said IFR president Doug Buma. 
 
“This facility and our Mexican operations team will allow us to make good on that commitment. We look forward to building on the relationships that we enjoy in Mexico,” he added.
 
IFR's textile packaging products are utilised in various industries including electronics, aerospace and automotive. (RKS)
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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