Valutech Outsourcing Opens A New Plant in Mexicali, Mexico

Valutech Outsourcing celebrates the opening of a new plant in Mexicali, Mexico. This will be a new assembly and repair plant for cellular phones.

Online PR News – 16-December-2014 – Mexicali, Baja California – On Friday, December 12, 2014 Valutech Outsourcing celebrated the opening of a new plant in the city of Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico. This new project, named “Plant II”, consisted of an investment of around $6 million USD. The new assembly plant has created 4,000 jobs to date and will continue to do so until the number reaches 8,500. The building consists of 2 main phases: Phase 1, which has an area of 115,000 sq. ft. and Phase 2 with an area of 120,000 sq. ft. This new plant will be an addition to the other Plant, “Plant I” which employs 12,000 workers in an area of 365,000 sq. ft. distributed in 2 buildings.

Some of those present in the ceremony were Governor Francisco Vega, Secretary of Economic Development Carlo Bonfante Olache, Mayor Jaime Diaz Ochoa, Valutech General Manager Arturo Ochoa, as well as other Valutech distinguished members and important figures in the local industry.

Valutech Outsourcing is a leading high-volume cellular phone repair provider for carriers, insurance providers and cell phone resellers. The company offers valuable services for customers who want to outsource their US service parts replacement and product warranty requirements. Its receiving and fulfillment center in California is strategically located adjacent to the Mexico operations center to optimize labor and shipping costs. These strategic locations can meet demanding delivery time metrics throughout the whole United States.

All of Valutech’s repairs and services are performed at state-of-the-art facilities with ISO 9001:200 / ISO 14001 certification. The facilities have ESD and humidity controlled environments and are equipped with the latest electronic test equipment and information systems.

The company opened its doors in Mexicali in March of 2004 thanks to US investments. It started providing services that included assembly, arming, elaboration, transformation, manufacturing and partial or total repair of electronic pieces, components, and machinery.

Some of Valutech’s clients include Sprint, AT&T and Verizon.