Mustang Announces New Facility in Mexico City - Engine Builder Magazine

Mustang Announces New Facility in Mexico City

Mustang Advanced Engineering's Mexico City offices and demonstration facility has relocated to a new and larger facility to increase capabilities.

Mustang Advanced Engineering and Mustang Dynamometer, American manufacturers of testing systems, equipment, dynamometers, and related products, has announced its Mexico City offices and demonstration facility has relocated to a new and larger facility to increase capabilities to meet an ever-growing demand.

The Mustang de México Dinamómetros offices were established in 2017 to provide a world class demonstration and training facility to serve the Mexican market. Since then, it has grown to better meet the needs for a broader audience. Mustang Dynamometer’s Manager of the Mexican market, Mr. Jose Luis Díaz Farías, sees the market for emissions testing, performance dynamometers and OEM testing flourishing.

Mustang Mexico facility

“The larger facility increases Mustang’s capabilities to meet the global demands in many more industries and markets,” said Eser Manav, operations VP for Mustang Dynamometer. “Mustang is committed to quality manufacturing and excellent technical support to a worldwide audience.”

The new facility is located at:
Calle 26 de enero de 1857 mz 83 lt 828,
Col. Leyes de Reforma 3era sección,
Alcaldía Iztapalapa, CP 09310, CDMX

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