June 8, 2016

Rattunde Opens Mexican Facility

Germany's Rattunde Corp. has opened a second production facility in North America in the Monterrey, Mexico, area. The manufacturer of finished length tube and solid bar production systems previously operated from a single location in Grand Rapids, Mich.

The new 8,000-square-foot tech center houses the company’s Mexican sales and service operations, application engineering and spare parts inventory. Plans include adding a machine for demonstration and training purposes next year.

The company decided to open the Mexican facility after an analysis of its current and anticipated business, says Rattunde President Rick Stadler. “Our growth in America and in Mexico has been rapid, though not unexpected, due to the unique nature of our equipment and the reliability and performance characteristics of our machines. With a solid install base and growing demand for local service in Mexico, this move simply made a lot of sense to us.”


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