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past decade, spurred by the acquisition of several indepen- dent, complementary manufacturing companies. Founded as a side bearing manufacturer that grew to encompass the production and supply of a broad line of railroad compo- nents, the company later expanded to include repair and re- conditioning services. Te addition of Alco Spring, Hallman Foundry, and Seco Machine has expanded the company’s capabilities to extend beyond the rail industry. “Te integrating of these companies is changing the way


we do business,” said Kiefer. “By applying the same high standards of innovation, engineering, and customer satisfac- tion for which the A. Stucki Company has been known for more than a century, we are poised for continued growth and service to a much larger market.” 


互补型制造企业收购之后,取得了显著发展,从成立 之初的侧轴承生产企业发展成为生产和供应一系列轨 道车部件的企业。后来,公司的服务范围还扩大到维 修和整修。艾可斯普林公司、霍尔曼铸造厂、Seco 机械公司的加入,使公司的服务超出了轨道行业的 范围。


“这些公司的加入正在改变我们的经营模式,” Kiefer说,“继续遵循美国斯塔基公司一个世纪以 来在创新、工程设计及客户满意度方面享有盛誉的 高标准,我们已做好了准备继续发展并扩大服务市


场。”


Brembo to Invest $39 Million for New Aluminum Caliper Production Plant in Mexico


Brembo投资3900万美元建墨西哥制动钳新厂 Italy-based Brembo will build a metalcasting facility and new


production plant for aluminum calipers in Escobedo, Nuevo Leon, just outside of Monterrey, Mexico. Te plant is expected to com- mence initial production in 2016 and be fully operational by the end of 2018. Brembo’s total investment in the facility from 2015 through 2017 will be $39 million. Te metalcasting facility will have a melting capacity of


14,000 tons, and the machining facility will be capable of producing two million aluminum calipers per year. Once fully operational, the plant will cover an area of 334,000 sq. ft., create approximately 500 new jobs and bring $120 million of turnover per year to the group. Te production from the plant will be destined for Euro-


pean, Asian and American original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) currently manufacturing or planning future manufac- turing in Mexico, as well as those OEMs purchasing Brembo’s products in the U.S. Tis investment is consistent with Brembo’s continued growth in North America, which has in- cluded expansions of its manufacturing operations in Homer, Mich., as well as the recent announcement of a new cast-iron production facilty, also in Michigan, which is scheduled to be completed by 2017. In 2014, the NAFTA region (Canada, the U.S., and Mex-


ico) became Brembo’s top market, with sales for the first nine months of the year increasing nearly 25% over the same period of 2013. For this reason, the group continues to expand in the continent in not only the U.S., but also in Mexico, where the automotive market continues to grow. Brembo supplies high performance brake systems for cars,


commercial vehicles and motorbikes worldwide, as well as clutches, seats, seat belts and other components for racing. To- day the company operates in 16 countries on three continents, with 22 production and business sites, and a pool of more than 7,700 employees, about 10% of whom are engineers and product specialists active in R&D. Brembo is the owner of the Brembo, Breco, AP, Bybre, Marchesini, and Sabelt brands and operates through the AP Racing brand. 


总部位于意大利的Brembo公司将在墨西哥蒙特 雷市郊的新莱昂州的埃斯科韦多修建铸造厂及铝质 制动钳制造厂。新厂预计将于2016年开始投产, 并于2018年实现全面运行。在2015年到2017年间 Brembo公司对新厂的总投资额将达3900万美元。 铸造厂的熔炼能力将达14,000吨,每年可加工生 产200万件铝质制动钳。全面投产后,该厂的面积将 达3.1万平方米,创造近500个就业岗位,每年为集 团带来1.2亿美元的收入。


新厂的产品将主要销售给目前或计划在墨西哥经 营的欧洲、亚洲和美洲的制造代工企业(OEMs), 以及购买Brembo产品的美国代工企业。这项投资与 Brembo公司在北美市场的持续增长是一致的,例如 公司已扩大了在密歇根州荷马市的生产能力,并且 最近宣布在密歇根州新建铸铁厂,该新厂预计将于 2017年竣工。


2014年,北美自由贸易区(加拿大、美国和墨西 哥)已成为Brembo公司最大的市场,前9个月的销 售额比2013年同期增长近25%。因此,集团不仅继 续扩大美国市场而且还扩大墨西哥市场,因为在这二 个国家汽车市场继续增长。 Brembo为全球汽车、商用车、摩托车提供高性 能的刹车系统,以及离合器、座椅、安全带和其他 赛车组件。Brembo公司的业务现已覆盖了欧洲、亚 洲、美洲的16个国家,拥有22个生产和业务中心, 以及7700多名员工,其中工程师和产品研发人员占 10%。Brembo公司拥有Brembo, Breco, AP, Bybre, Marchesini和Sabelt等品牌,并通过AP赛车品牌运


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