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Nolato’s Plant in Mexico Gains EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility)

North America, USA, Mexico, Europe, UK, Ireland, Nordic Countries, Sweden, Eastern Europe, Hungary, Asia, Southeast Asia, Malaysia, East Asia, China, Health, Medical, Diagnostics, Home Care, Automotive

Nolato’s plant in Mexico has gained expertise and resources within EMC – electromagnetic compatibility – that is, materials and solutions to eliminate electromagnetic interference between electronic components.

The new resources in Mexico complement Nolato’s existing EMC offering, enabling Nolato to provide solutions in Sweden, the UK, Hungary, China, Malaysia, the United States, and now Mexico. The plant enjoys a central location in Mexico in the city of Querétaro, roughly an hour’s drive north of Mexico City. The plant became part of Nolato due to the major acquisition of GW Plastics in 2020, and now the plant supplies customers across all of Nolato’s business areas.

In addition to EMC production, Nolato GW Querétaro works mainly with the design, development, and production of business-critical components and assembled products for med-tech and automotive industry customers. Production takes place both in standard environments and in cleanrooms.

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