Solutions for Mexico's metalworking industry

    At the Fabtech trade fair from 2 to 4 May 2017 in Monterrey, Schuler will be presenting its wide range of metal forming products

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    Schuler will present its solutions for forming technology at Fabtech in Monterrey, Mexico from 2 to 4 May 2017 on stand 3415.

    In recent years, Mexico has experienced a rapid upswing as a location for the automotive manufacturers and their suppliers. Schuler has also benefitted from this trend: The world market and technology leader in metalforming has recently received several orders there. At the Fabtech trade fair from May 2 to 4, 2017 in Monterrey, Schuler will be presenting its wide range of mechanical and hydraulic presses, dies, automation and services for the entire metalworking industry.

    "Schuler offers the best price / performance ratio in the market," explains Managing Director Paul Nicholson. "In addition, we have highly qualified and experienced staff at two locations in Mexico and are therefore in close proximity to our customers."

    In 2005, Schuler founded Puebla in the south-west of the country. In 2008, a second branch office was opened in Saltillo, in the northeast. The sales and service companies can install new machines, relocate existing machines and offer a wide range of services.

    In 2013, Schuler also opened its own training center for industrial engineers and toolmakers under the name Cedual (Centro de Especialización Dual). In 2015, 25 participants completed their three-year dual training according to the German standard and concluded an examination by the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce, followed in 2016 by the second intake of apprentices. At the end of last year, the automotive manufacturer Ford decided to have 21 Mexican employees undergo basic training at Cedual.