Seco/Warwick to open sales and service office in Monterrey, Mexico

March 28, 2024

The American branch of Seco/Warwick, a heat treatment and vacuum metallurgy specialist headquartered in Swiebodzin, Poland, is opening a sales and service office in Monterrey, Mexico.

As Mexico’s second-largest city, Monterrey is convenient to major road, rail, and air transportation hubs, and close to Major Gulf Coast ports and US points of entry. As one of Mexico’s hubs focused on steel production, the region is also a major manufacturing centre. All of these factors led Seco/Warwick to consider the city a perfect base to connect with regional heat treaters in Mexico and Central and South America.

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“Once the office has established a foothold as a self-sustaining base of operations for sales and field service, the next step will be to build on existing relationships we have with local contract manufacturers and mechanical contractors to fabricate furnaces and supplement field service staffing through outsourcing, respectively,” shared Marcus Lord, Managing Director for Seco/Warwick USA.

The Mexico office will also have its aftermarket segment, taking on aftermarket support for customers throughout Latin America.

“We’ve always had furnaces and heat treat Partners to support, from Mexico down to Chile. That demand has grown to the point that it is time to open a base of operations dedicated to that market,” concluded Sławomir Woźniak, Seco/Warwick Group’s CEO.

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