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Littelfuse cuts the ribbon on new 106,000-sf plant in Mexico

May 23, 2024 | By Anthony Capkun

May 23, 2024 – Littelfuse held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of a new plant in Mexico, which doubles the company’s manufacturing capacity (and leaves room for expansion).

“We’re very pleased to announce the opening of a new location in Piedras Negras,” said Peter Kim, SVP and GM, Industrial. “This not only allows us to further expand our manufacturing capabilities to meet the growing needs of the industrial market, but it reinforces our commitment to being an employer of choice in the community.”

The 106,000-sf facility is located close to three other company operations in the city, and is already producing a range of electrical solutions for the renewable energy, data centre and telecom, commercial construction, HVAC, and OEM sectors.

“It was also important to us that we invested in equipment and processes that decrease our environmental impact and further our sustainability commitment,” added Littelfuse’s Darrick Santa Maria.


The facility utilizes water treatment processes that result in zero water consumption, says the manufacturer. The air compressors, high-efficiency HVAC, safety relays, and LED lighting throughout the facility “deliver energy effectively and efficiently”.

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