Corotec Corporation, an Inductotherm Group company and an industry leading manufacturer of corona treating systems for surface treatment applications, has announced it has opened a sales and service center in Corregidora, Queretaro, Mexico.
Leveraging the global strength of the Inductotherm Group, Corotec will now sell, service and support its products locally for the Mexican market as part of Inductotherm Heating & Welding Mexico.
“We are excited to be expanding our presence in Mexico by franchising our products via Inductotherm Group’s network,” said Tom Ignatowski, Corotec President & CEO. “This new center will provide a localized sales and service experience for our customer base in all of Mexico as well as stock spare parts for quick assistance and delivery.”
Robert Madeira, Director of Inductotherm Heating & Welding Mexico, said “We look forward to building Corotec’s presence in Mexico. Having a physical location here provides numerous benefits to the customer, including local sales, service and parts, and a local trained staff.”
The new location address is:
Inductotherm Heating & Welding Mexico
Carretera Libre a Celaya
8+400 Nave 6
Corregidora, Querétaro. 76908
The new Mexico office is the latest addition to Corotec’s continued global expansion, said Tom Ignatowski. “The Inductotherm Group has over 40 physical locations around the globe,” he said. “We will continue to draw upon the Inductotherm Group network to expand Corotec’s presence worldwide.”
Corotec joined the Inductotherm Group as of January 1, 2022. Inductotherm Group leads the industry in the development and manufacturing of advanced technologies, products, and systems for the heat-driven transformation of metals and specialty materials. Inductotherm Group is a global organization, with 40 full-service companies structured to provide localized manufacturing, engineering, service, and support in every region of the world.