Tijuana, Mexico (PRWEB) October 10, 2007
With representation from the U.S., Mexico, and the United Kingdom present, the new manufacturing operations of e2v - one of Europe's leading designers, developers and manufacturers of specialized components and subsystems, specializing in medical & scientific, aerospace & defense and commercial & industrial applications - were formally inaugurated yesterday. The new, high-tech assembly activities, overseen by San Diego-headquartered BC Manufacturing USA through their maquiladora shelter operations, will employ approximately 50 production staff for e2v at one of BCM's Tijuana facilities.
"We're excited that e2v has selected our maquiladora shelter services for their operations here in Mexico," said John Riley, CEO of BC Manufacturing. "The primary goal in providing outsourced manufacturing services is to meet the quality, cost, and technological needs of our customers, and we're proud to achieve these goals in partnership with e2v in Mexico."
Ken Swan, Vice President of U.S. Operations for e2v, stated: "We chose BC Manufacturing for our maquiladora operations given their excellent manufacturing capabilities, their strong track record for meeting production and quality goals for technology products, and their binational management team that really understands how to operate in Mexico." BCM will be supporting e2v in growing a cost-competitive Mexico unit that will manufacture industrial sensors and radar components, and will take advantage of growth opportunities in the Pacific Rim and North America.
About BC Manufacturing USA:
BC Manufacturing USA is a San Diego-headquartered maquiladora manufacturing services company that provides outsourced manufacturing, assembly, fulfillment and HR services to US, European, and Asian companies through nearshore operations in Mexico without the need to establish stand-alone subsidiaries. Founded as Vertek International more than 20 years ago, BC Manufacturing USA is one of Baja California's leading maquiladora shelter firms, focused on the aerospace, automotive, biomedical, electronics, and metal industries at key locations in Northern Mexico.