When did SANLUIS buy out Rassini brakes?
Rassini made two strategic acquisitions – the Automanufacturas, S.A. de C.V. facility built in 1976, which is now the modern SANLUIS Rassini Brakes Development; and the Bujes y Autopartes Automotrices, S.A., known today as BYPASA. SANLUIS was listed as an industrial exporter on the Mexican Stock Exchange.
Where does contact Rassini get its springs from?
The São Paulo installation produces multi-leaf and helicoid springs; the Rio de Janeiro is exclusively dedicated to producing multi-leaf springs. Both plants supply Mercosur markets.
Where can I find Rassini NHK Springs in Brazil?
Rassini NHK Autopeças maintains two plants, both in Brazil. The São Paulo installation produces multi-leaf and helicoid springs; the Rio de Janeiro is exclusively dedicated to producing multi-leaf springs. Both plants supply Mercosur markets.
Where is the Rassini plant in Mexico located?
Having been traded on the Mexican Stock Exchange since 1967, the new owners changed the name to Industrias Luismin. Rassini built springs plant in Piedras Negras, Coahuila.
Where does contact Rassini make their brake systems?
Xalostoc, Estado de México. Installations at San Martín Texmelucan, Puebla, produce brake-system components, specifically disks, drums and assemblies, as part of integrated founding and machining processes that guarantee meeting our clients’ superior quality standards.
Where was the first Rassini plant in Mexico?
The Company opened its first leaf spring plant not far from Mexico City in Ecatepec, the State of Mexico. Rassini exported its first shipment of suspensions to the United States. Rassini opened its first leaf spring plant in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, near the U.S. border.
Where does Rassini make parabolic sprigs in Mexico?
At Piedras Negras, in Mexico’s Coahuila state, we produce multi-leaf and parabolic as well helicoid springs. This business unit is currently considered the world’s largest suspension-components production center. The Xalostoc, Mexico State, plant focuses on multi-leaf and parabolic sprigs manufacture. Xalostoc, Estado de México.