Setco Opens New Location in Mexico
This is their fifth service center in North America for spindle, slide, milling head repair and rebuild services.
Posted: March 1, 2019
Setco Inc. (Cincinnati, OH) opened their fifth North American Service Center, which is located in Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, Mexico. This newest facility will offer a variety of solutions for spindle, slide, and milling head repair and rebuild services, including spindle removal and install, vibration analysis, and upgrades. These services are geared toward the automotive and aerospace industries that thrive in the Nuevo León, El Bajío and Chihuahua regions.
“We are excited to offer this new, enhanced level of support for Mexico,” said Jeff Clark, the company president. “Having a physical presence in Ramos Arizpe will speed up our repair turnaround time for our partners and customers in Mexico. We are confident that our company’s attention to quality and our 107 years of designing spindles will benefit and support the manufacturing base in these regions to assist in the local economic growth. With five service centers in North America, we’re becoming a ‘local repair shop’ to customers across the continent.” These centers are capable of repairing and rebuilding over 350 brands of spindles of virtually any type, with particular experience in Weiss, NTC, Kessler, GROB, and OKK spindles.
Headed by Héctor Torres, the regional service engineer, this new facility is officially open. To contact the Mexico Service Center, please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 442-824-1445 (from inside Mexico) and 011 52 1 771-795-4692 (from outside of Mexico).
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