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July, 18, 2022


Atotech MexicoAtotech, a specialty chemicals technology and electroplating solutions company, celebrated the inauguration of its new production site in Querétaro, Mexico, on July 18. The site is located at Parque Industrial Aeropuerto (PIA) Colón and has a capacity to produce 33 tons/day. In Querétaro, Atotech produces products for general metal finishing, which are used in various industries, including automotive, construction, heavy machinery, and white goods. The company produced its first batch of chemistry at the new site in May.

“I am pleased to announce the official opening of our new site in Mexico as it marks an important milestone for our company. The Querétaro site will allow Atotech to significantly expand its production capacity and sustainable growth in Mexico as well as the Americas,” said Geoff Wild, CEO at Atotech. “It also supports the expected rise in customer demand in the coming years.”


The new facility will ensure more efficient transportation of goods and delivery due to its strategic location near the automotive and industrial clusters at the Bajío Area (Querétaro, San Luis Potosí and Guanajuato).


“Our new site brings many advantages. The location will enable us to accelerate the growth in Mexico as we are located in direct proximity to existing and potential customers. The new facility also includes a state-of-the-art laboratory with high-end technology, processes, and qualified personnel to run analyses to better serve our customers. Furthermore, we are very pleased that our 76 employees are enjoying working at this facility, which was completed with their safety, comfort, and well-being in mind,” said Ramón Bertrán, Managing Director of Atotech Mexico.

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