Northern Industrial opens Mexico office
Published: 17 December 2020 - Victoria White
UK-based international spare parts and repairs exporter Northern Industrial has opened an operation in Mexico to help service the Americas including the USA.
The new Mexico City spare parts storage, shipping and repairs facility will be headed up by Alejandro Núñez and is the first overseas site to be opened by Northern Industrial, a multi-award-winning provider of new, reconditioned and obsolete parts and repair services.
Exporting to 146 countries from its Blackburn facilities, where it holds approximately £10m in stock covering over 200,000 part numbers, sourced from over 1,350 manufacturers, Northern Industrial helped over 4,000 companies keep up and running last year.
Northern Industrial managing director David Lenehan said: “Downtime in breakdown situations costs about £200,000 an hour on average across all businesses worldwide according to a recent global study.
“Our mission is to help businesses keep downtime to an absolute minimum. While we can offer 48-hour delivery of tested and approved spare parts worldwide from our main facility in Blackburn, our new Mexico City operation will help us keep downtime to a minimum for our customers across the Atlantic.
“If the Mexico operation proves a success, we’re aiming to open further similar operations across the world to help companies fuelling the global economy to keep downtime as close to minimum as possible.”
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Source: Industrial Compliance