Today, TactoTek®, a leading developer of injection molded structural electronics (IMSE™) solutions, announced the opening of sales and business development operations in Mexico with representatives in Monterrey and San Luis Potosí, Mexico—hotbeds of electronics design and manufacturing for global market leaders in automotive, home appliances, medical equipment and other markets. For more information see the IDTechEx report on structural electronics .
TactoTek is partnering with the Prolamsa Group to develop the Mexico IMSE market. "We are very fortunate to have developed a close relationship with Grupo Prolamsa and to have partners with such deep local knowledge and relationships operating as TactoTek Business Development in the region,"noted Jussi Harvela, TactoTek CEO.
For many global OEMs, operations in Mexico are evolving from being, primarily, a manufacturing destination, to including product design and engineering. "Many automotive, home appliance, and medical equipment OEMs and their suppliers have committed to Mexico for mass production," observed Claudia Garza, TactoTek Business Development, Mexico; "a more recent trend is the growing role of these operations in innovative product design and engineering, skills for which Mexico is being recognized globally, and that matches well with opportunities supported by TactoTek IMSE technology."
TactoTek's expansion into Mexico is an important part of the company's growth strategy: "Increasingly design and engineering projects are truly global in participation," according to Sami Hyyryläinen, SVP Field Operations for TactoTek, "we need to find and support those projects locally and having an experienced team in Mexico puts us on that path."
TactoTek is a leading provider of solutions for Injection Molded Structural Electronics (IMSE) that integrate printed circuitry and electronic components into 3D injection molded plastics. Leading use cases include in-vehicle applications, home/industrial appliances, and wearable technology. TactoTek adapts customer designs to IMSE technology, develops mass production ready prototypes, and mass produces or licenses the technology for 3rd party mass production. TactoTek is funded by Conor Venture Partners, Ascend Capital Partners, Faurecia Ventures, Plastic Omnium, Nanogate, VTT Ventures and Leaguer VC. For more information, please visit www.tactotek.com .
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