By working with INCERTEC, one of the top providers of industrial electroplating in Mexico, aerospace companies currently producing in Mexico are able to avoid shipping parts north for metal finishing processes, and then shipping them back to Mexico for final assembly. This vertical integration can lower their manufacturing costs and allow them to grow their business more profitably.
INCERTEC is committed to bringing the most sought-after commercial electroplating services to Mexico. In addition to Nadcap, ISO and other certifications, we’re pursuing approvals for Bombardier, Embraer, Cessna, Beechcraft projects. The facility is also certified in non-destructive testing (NDT), a highly-valuable technique that can save both money and time in product evaluation, troubleshooting, and research. INCERTEC has increased its technical staff to ensure consistency and quality between its U.S. and Mexico, and there is close alignment in operations between the two facilities.
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Industry Week profiles INCERTEC and their Mexico operation, “By adding this location, we can provide manufacturers doing business in Mexico the same consistency, quality and delivery provided by our U.S. location.”
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