Ontario Tool and Die Manufacturer Tool Die-Namics Inc. Breaks into the Mexican Auto Parts Market

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Tool Die-Namics, a Canadian tool and die manufacturing firm that specializes in custom products for the auto parts industry, announces its expansion into the Mexican Auto parts market place.

Tool Die-Namics Inc. (http://www.tool-die-namics.com), a Canadian manufacturer that specializes in custom products for the auto parts industry and an internationally recognized leader in the design and construction of quality tooling and component products, announces its expansion into the Mexican auto parts market place. Tool Die-Namics is pleased to acknowledge that they are now working with auto parts clients operating in Mexico that includes VRK Automotive Systems (a division of Van-Rob) and Flex-N-Gate. Both VRK Automotive Systems and Flex-N-Gate are well-established companies with impressive track records.

"We are well aware that Mexico is the place to be for anyone involved in the auto parts industry. Economic conditions have created an environment in Mexico for rapid growth," states Robert Cake, President and CEO of Tool Die-Namics Inc. "We are excited to be working with VRK and Flex-N-Gate in Mexico. Tool Die-Namics is a global leader in tool and die and is more than ready to custom design and build tooling for all their needs," adds Cake.

Founded in 1980 by President and CEO Robert Cake, Tool Die-Namics operates out of a state of the art 8,000 plus square foot climate controlled manufacturing space in Pickering, Ontario. Serving a number of different industries, this Canadian tool and die manufacturing firm has built a solid reputation with clients in the North American automotive industry and European automotive marketplace. Tool Die-Namics supplies services such as custom tooling design and 3D modeling, metal stamping and grinding to major automotive clients including Ford, General Motors, BMW, VW, Porsche, Chrysler, Honda, Toyota and TATA.

Closely related to the North American auto parts industry, the Mexican auto parts industry has approximately 1,000 auto parts manufacturers. Approximately 70% of these operations are subsidiaries of foreign corporations, including those from the United States and Canada. The export-oriented auto industry is Mexico's largest single manufacturing sector. As a result of Mexico's low labor costs and current technological developments in the auto industry, many automotive companies are investing in Mexico. Companies look to Mexico for lower manufacturing and export costs.

According to the Mexican Auto Association, the best export opportunities for North American firms are OEM parts and components, hybrid vehicle components, suspension systems, along with materials, pre-assembly components such as small and progressive stampings, electronic components, equipment and specialized tooling. It is predicted that U.S. and Canadian automotive parts, component and equipment manufacturers will realize an increase in export sales as global assembly plants relocated to Mexico.

Contact Information:
Robert Cake, President and CEO
Tool Die-Namics Inc.
1066 Copperstone Drive
Pickering, Ontario
L1W 3V8
(905) 428-6229
engineering(at)tooldienamics(dot)com
http://www.tool-die-namics.com

About Tool Die-Namics: For over 30 years Tool Die-Namics Inc., a Pickering, Ontario based tool and die manufacturer, has been a leader in the tool and die industry, providing services such as custom tool design, the construction of press tools to perform hand transfer, automated transfer and progressive tools with single and multiple parts produced. With products that meet and exceed all applicable standards, Tool-Die-Namics supplies the auto parts industry but also serves many other industries world-wide including the medical, construction, hardware, recreational, agricultural, manufacturing and aircraft industries. For more information about Tool Die-Namics and how they can help your business, call 905 428-6229 or visit their web site (http://www.tool-die-namics.com).

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