Loranger opens plant in Mexico

Miel, Rhoda
March 2001
Automotive News;3/26/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5922, p26H
Trade Publication
Reports on Loranger Manufacturing Corp.'s opening of a plant in Guadalupe, Mexico to begin injection molding during the second quarter of 2001. Manufacture of plastics for the automobile industry; Amount invested in the plant; Business with traditional Loranger customers that operate in Mexico.


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