Deeply Localized, Synergy with Local Industries Achieving Mutual Development
On July 18th, at 10:00 am local time, TOPBAND Mexico held a grand mass production ceremony inside the factory. Iván Rivas Rodríguez, Secretary of Economy of the Government of the State of Nuevo León, Emmanuel Loo, Deputy Secretary of Economic Development of the State of Nuevo León, Eulalio Cárdenas García, City Clerk of Ciénega de Flores, Ma Wei, Deputy General Manager of TOPBAND and General Manager of TOPBAND Microelectronics Business Group, Li Wei, General Manager of T1 BU of TOPBAND Company, Luo Jian, General Manager of TOPBAND Mexico, and Sergio Guevara, Head of Production at TOPBAND Mexico, attended the ceremony and visited the factory, praising the facilities and operation of the factory.
TOPBAND Management Team with Officials from the State of Nuevo León, Mexico
Ma Wei, Deputy General Manager of TOPBAND (Left Third)
Iván Rivas Rodríguez, Secretary of Economy of the Government of the State of Nuevo León (Left Fourth)
“I would like to express my thanks to the government of the state of Nuevo León and the municipal government of Ciénega de Flores for their support. I would also like to extend my gratitude to all the employees of TOPBAND Mexico for their contribution to our operations and achievements. ” Ma Wei, Deputy General Manager of TOPBAND, said, “We will continue to cooperate with the government, and provide a favorable working environment and training opportunities for our employees. With increased production capacity, we aim to deliver more efficient services to customers in the Americas and worldwide.”
Ma Wei, Deputy General Manager of TOPBAND, Delivered a Keynote Speech
“With international companies like TOPBAND, China has become the second country with the most investments in Nuevo Leon, only behind the United States” Ivan Rivas Rodríguez, Secretary of Economy of the Government of the State of Nuevo León, said, TOPBAND’s investment in Mexico is taking place in a very favorable economic context, which is good news for the entire state of Nuevo León.” According to data from Nuevo León state, the electrical and power equipment manufacturing industry is a key sector in Nuevo León’s economy, representing 17.3% of total exports. Both parties will further collaborate to boost local industries, stimulate the economy, and achieve mutual prosperity.
Iván Rivas Rodríguez, Secretary of Economy of the Government of the State of Nuevo León, Delivered a Keynote Speech
Located in Monterrey, Mexico’s largest industrial city, the TOPBAND Mexico factory spans 43,000 square meters and has a construction area of 18,610 square meters. With an investment of approximately $35 million, TOPBAND is committed to a localization-oriented operational model with the participation of Chinese management and partners with the local government. By the end of 2023, the factory is expected to provide over 300 jobs and achieve mutual growth with its employees and the factory.
Rapid Growing, TOPBAND Mexico Factory Advances Global Production Capacity
Since its official launch and operation in late 2022, to obtaining UL certification for related products, and then achieving mass production in Q2 2023, the TOPBAND Mexico factory has successfully reached several milestones since its establishment. The factory has experienced rapid development, fully leveraging TOPBAND’s technological expertise and operational experience. It has also demonstrated its capacity to quickly establish localized new product introduction (NPI) capabilities, cater to customers’ requirements, and efficiently execute product introduction, production, and delivery processes.
TOPBAND Mexico Factory at Monterrey
TOPBAND Mexico factory, leveraging its strategic location and technological expertise, offers proximity and agile delivery services to meet the specific product requirements of customers in North America and Latin America. By capitalizing on Mexico’s well-developed maritime transportation and extensive network of domestic ports, the factory plays a crucial role in connecting the global trade zone and ensuring the prompt delivery of customer-requested products.
The mass production of the Mexican factory is a significant milestone in the company’s internationalization journey, providing nearby and agile delivery services to customers in the Americas market. This demonstrates the company’s “customer intimacy” strategy. TOPBAND will be based on a global vision in the future, with high product quality, international production capacity layout, and stable supply capacity, as well as global partners for mutual benefit, building a more intelligent and lower-carbon world!