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SECO/WARWICK to establish an office in Monterrey, Mexico, to serve regional heat treatment Partners better


The American branch of SECO/WARWICK has decided to expand its presence on the continent. Mexico is an important market for SECO/WARWICK USA; hence, the decision was made to open a sales and service office in Monterrey. The new SECO/WARWICK, MEXICO division will occupy about 2000 square feet of office space in a high-rise business park, including garage parking and controlled-access reception.

SECO/WARWICK to establish an office in Monterrey, Mexico, to serve regional heat treatment Partners better

As Mexico’s second-largest city, Monterrey is convenient to major road, rail, and air transportation hubs. Major Gulf Coast ports and US points of entry are not far either. As one of Mexico’s steel production epicenters, the region is also a major manufacturing center. All of these position the city as a perfect base to connect with regional heat treaters or serve the rest of Mexico, along with Central and South America.

The new office is just the beginning of a larger expansion.

“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,” says Marcus Lord, Managing Director for SECO/WARWICK USA.

Leading the expansion is longtime SWC engineer Luis Barragan, who will continue to manage the establishment of the business until it is on solid footing. At this point, he will pivot to managing sales while Marcus Lord will resume operations management. 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”, concludes Sławomir Woźniak, SECO/WARWICK Group’s CEO.



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