Timken Expands Manufacturing Footprint in Mexico

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State-of-the art facility employs cutting-edge technology and automation to serve customers regionally, globally.

The Timken Company, a world leader in engineered bearings and power transmission products, has announced the start of production at its new manufacturing facility in San Jose Iturbide, Mexico. The facility manufactures tapered roller bearings using the industry’s most advanced automation and manufacturing technologies.  

“Our new facility builds on our manufacturing strategy to serve customers where they need us across the world,” said Christopher Coughlin, Timken executive vice president and group president. “The San Jose Iturbide plant will use state-of-the-art technology and automation to achieve the high standards for quality and consistency we employ at all of our sites. It will help us advance our global bearing leadership by providing a high level of value and service for our customers in the region and globally.”  

The San Jose Iturbide facility is the company’s only manufacturing plant in Latin America and will serve customers across the Americas and globally. Timken established its presence in Latin America in 1944 and serves the region through offices and warehouses located in ArgentinaBrazil and MexicoLatin America now accounts for just over 5 percent of the company’s sales.

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Vizsla Continues to Expand Panuco District With New Drill Targets for 2021

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Vizsla Resources Corp. is pleased to build on the last six months of drilling success with additional surface and underground sampling results that provide new drill targets for 2021 at the Panuco silver-gold project in Mexico.

 

Sampling Highlights

Aguita Zarca

  • 3,042 g/t silver equivalent (2,090.8 g/t silver and 11.55 g/t gold) over 1.0 m true width and
  • 1,304 g/t silver equivalent (723.0 g/t silver and 6.7 g/t gold) over 1.2 m true width

El Batel

  • 456 g/t silver equivalent (263.7 g/t silver and 2.23 g/t gold) over 2.9 m true width

La Bomba

  • 368 g/t silver equivalent (315.0 g/t silver and 0.77 g/t gold) over 4.1 m true width including;
  • 958 g/t silver equivalent (892.0 g/t silver and 1.28 g/t gold) over 1.3 m true width

Huaco

  • 275 g/t silver equivalent (225.5 g/t silver and 0.67 g/t gold) over 10.5 m true width including;
  • 473 g/t silver equivalent (370.7 g/t silver and 1.34 g/t gold) over 4.0 m true width

 

“2020 has been a transformational year for Vizsla with multiple discoveries made across the Panuco district.  The Company has completed 27,400 metres up until December 5th and is focused on expanding the mineralized zones at Napoleon, Papayo, Tajitos and our new discovery at Aquita Zarca.  Material updates for these zones will be released as they become available in January 2021,” commented Vizsla President and CEO, Michael Konnert. “Vizsla has continued to discover new veins and extend sampling across the fourteen-kilometre-wide breadth of the Project and these targets will be included in our expanded 2021 drilling program.  Panuco really is a district scale opportunity with the unique advantage of having a mill providing a rapid pathway from discovery to production.”

 

Panuco Exploration Strategy

The consolidation of the entire district has provided Vizsla a number of significant advantages over early explorers of Panuco.  For the first time entire vein trends can be mapped and sampled regardless of internal claim boundaries, a coherent regional geological understanding is being formed, comparisons can be made between targets across the entire property and perhaps most importantly targets can be benchmarked and prioritized across the district.

The exploration team is divided into the surface mapping/sampling group, underground mapping/sampling group and a large drilling team.  The targets move through six stages;

  1. Identified Target – An opportunity found on maps, interpreted, or introduced by local miners   
  2. First Pass Prospecting – Visited by Vizsla geologists and preliminary samples and observations have been made
  3. Detailed Mapping – Detailed maps and systematic sampling of the target has been completed
  4. Drilling – Drilling has been completed on the target
  5. Advanced Drilling – Step-out drilling has been completed to understand broad size of target
  6. Resource Drilling – A 5-30 million ounce silver equivalent, economic orebody is considered likely and systematic drilling is in progress

Vizsla has identified 122 targets across the Panuco district and undertaken prospecting at 91 of these targets.  At each stage in the exploration process, the targets are benchmarked for size potential, grade potential and prioritized – with the largest, most economic targets advanced to the next stage of exploration.

In 2020 this has resulted in eighteen targets being drilled with five of these being at the advanced or resource drilling stage.

The methodical approach has allowed the Company to quickly achieve success in a large, poorly explored district and this process will continue to be used in 2021 as the Company aims to expand known mineralized zones and discover new orebodies at Panuco.

 

Sampling details

The Aguita Zarca vein is the northernmost splay in the greater Aquita Zarca Zone on the Cordon del Oro vein Corridor.  The vein has been mapped over 250 metres, averages 1.5 metres width, up to 3 metres at the widest point.  Recently announced drilling in the area was targeting the western end of this vein and intersected strong mineralization in the main Cordon del Oro vein and immediate hanging wall zone.  Further drilling is required towards the east where surfaces samples returned 3,042 g/t silver equivalent (2,090.8 g/t silver and 11.55 g/t gold) over 1.0 metres.

El Batel is a new vein zone identified in the far northeast of the property.  It has been mapped over 120 metres with additional strike up to 400 metres inferred from prospecting.  The vein averages 2.5 metres in width.  The vein appears to transition from lower grade when outcropping on hilltops to high grade at lower elevations where small scale mining has been undertaken.

La Bomba is an underground target on the Animas vein corridor.  The underground mine is being rehabilitated for safer access and detailed mapping and sampling has identified a 200m long zone with a 2-metre average width and up to 7 metres maximum width.  The vein appears to be open at the lowest elevations within the mine and drilling is planned to define the depth extensions of mineralization.

The Huaco extension is a northeast trending vein associated with the Cinco Senores Vein Corridor.  It was the location of ancient historical mining and has high grades at surface over 130 metres of strike.  The vein averages 5 metres of width and is up to 14 metres at the widest point.  It represents an excellent drill target along the northeast extension of ancient workings.

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Mazda and Sumitomo Agree to Transfer Shares of MMVO, a Joint Venture Production Base in Mexico MMVO to be owned solely by Mazda by the end of this fiscal year

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Mazda Motor Corporation and Sumitomo Corporation officially agreed today to Mazda obtaining all the shares Sumitomo owns in Mazda de Mexico Vehicle Operation (MMVO). After the formalities regarding the transfer, MMVO will be a production base owned 100 percent by Mazda by the end of the fiscal year ending in March 2021.

MMVO was jointly established as a cooperative enterprise between Mazda and Sumitomo in September 2011 that leverages the strengths of both companies. Receiving support from both parties as well as the local community, MMVO has striven to realize Mazda’s high-quality and flexible car manufacturing while also promoting localization and personnel development. 

More than nine years since its establishment, MMVO became one of Mazda’s major production facilities with its localization strengthened thanks to Sumitomo’s experience and knowledge as well as its cumulative production volume reaching as many as 1 million units. It was agreed that as MMVO reaches its 10th year since its foundation, Mazda will become the sole proprietor of MMVO as a result of discussions between Mazda and Sumitomo on MMVO’s future plans and management.

In the future, Mazda and Sumitomo will continue to cooperate as important business partners in various business areas in and out of Japan. MMVO will continue to contribute to the local economy as well as further development of the automotive industry in the country.

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EPA Announces Over $335,000 for Projects in U.S.-Mexico Border Region

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced $335,855.48 in grants awarded through the Border 2020: U.S.-Mexico Environmental Program. The grants will fund projects benefitting the U.S.-Mexico border region between Texas and New Mexico and the Mexican states of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon and Tamulipas. In addition to these funds, recipient organizations will contribute an additional $426,630 for the support and implementation of these projects which benefit a region where more than 15 million people reside.

“Through the Border 2020 program, EPA works with federal, state, and local partners to enhance communities on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border,” said Regional Administrator Ken McQueen. “EPA is proud to fund these projects that, coupled with local investment, will improve environmental and health outcomes and benefit millions of people in the border communities of both nations.”

“The Border 2020 program has been successful at working to improve health and living conditions along the US-Mexico border as evident with the funding of these projects,” said Calixto Mateos-Hanel, Managing Director of the North American Development Bank (NADB). “NADB is pleased to work in collaboration on Border 2020 with EPA and the Mexican Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT) and look forward to continuing this partnership with the Border 2025 program.”

“We are grateful to the EPA for the Border 2020 project, benefiting El Paso and our Sister City, Cd. Juarez,” said El Paso Mayor Dee Margo. “I look forward to continued collaboration along the border, supporting our environment and bi-national community.”  

The following projects received funding:

Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua: Two projects in Ciudad Juarez received funding totaling $121,501.40. The Patronato del Museo de Nino’s Transboundary Water Conservation Project received $61,041.40 for community education and outreach. The project will engage area youth with interactive exhibits that teach about agricultural, urban, and industrial water usage. The Municipal Water and Sanitation Board of Ciudad Juarez received $60,460 for the Sustainable Use of Biosolids Through Composting Project. The project will establish a program for composting biosolids including compost production techniques, field procedures, machinery management, and personnel training. It will produce 100 tons of compost suitable for use in parks and gardens.


Nava, Coahuila: The Secretariat of Environment for the State of Coahuila received $82,100 to analyze emissions from coal-fired plants in the area. The project will use dispersion modeling to study the emissions, and will include an analysis of health impacts. At the end of the project, a public campaign will be conducted to inform stakeholders of the results.

El Paso, Texas :  The El Paso area received grants for two projects totaling $32,350 in funding. The El Paso County received $9,980 for the Urban Heat Island Mapping Project, which will educate the community on warming of urban areas and improve quality of life for the community. The project will produce heat maps for El Paso and engage the public to understand heat-related issues and solutions. The El Paso City-County Office of Emergency Management received $22,370 for two binational tabletop discussions and three functional exercises involving a rail tank car leak. The funding will also help purchase spill mitigation equipment that can quickly be deployed to protect the environment and the community in the event of a hazardous materials spill from rail tanks in El Paso, Texas and Cd. Juarez, Chihuahua.

Amistad Reservoir, Del Rio, Texas: The Southwest Research Institute received $99,904 for work with U.S. and Mexican federal and state partners to delineate the Goodenough Spring Catchment Area Project by the Amistad Reservoir. The project team aims to help stakeholders in the region better understand the catchment area to help effectively manage and protect it for long term-use sustainability.

These funds were awarded in partnership with the North American Development Bank under the Border 2020: U.S.-Mexico Environmental Program, a binational effort to protect human health and the environment in the U.S.-Mexico border region.

For more about EPA’s Border 2020 program: https://www.epa.gov/usmexicoborder

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Mexico Works The Longest Hours in The World

With numerous studies showing taking regular breaks at work is essential for physical and mental wellbeing, how often do workers around the world take a lunch break at work? Global Workspace Specialists Instant Offices have collated data around the world’s busiest cities and provided insight into how work-life balance has affected the top countries.

The latest research has placed Mexico at the top of the list for most hours worked, with employees in the country putting in 2137 hours annually. This is followed by Costa Rica, at 2059.6 hours a year, Korea at 1967 hours a year, and Greece at 1949 hours a year. At the other end of the scale, Denmark, Germany and Norway have the lowest average annual working hours, all coming in at below 1400.

Between 2015 and 2019, the countries experiencing the sharpest increase in the number of annual hours worked were the Czech Republic, New Zealand and the UK, rising by 32, 28 and 11 hours respectively. Meanwhile, Korea saw the most significant decline in annual working hours in the same period, dropping by 116 hours. This was followed by Costa Rica, with an 88.6-hour decrease, and Chile, with an 84-hour drop.

A survey of 27 countries revealed some key facts about how employees are balancing their days between time spent at their desks, and time spent on breaks. It seems the concept of a “lunch hour” has become a thing of the past, with the average lunch break lasting 35 minutes.

Countries with the most extended lunch break times are predominantly in Asia, while the lowest are mostly found in Europe.

 

Top five countries with the longest lunch breaks:

Country

Lunch Break Duration

Brazil

48 minutes

Malaysia

47 minutes

Japan

46 minutes

Portugal

44 minutes

South Korea

43 minutes

 

Top five countries with the shortest lunch breaks:

Country

Lunch Break Duration

Mexico

30 minutes

New Zealand

30 minutes

Spain

28 minutes

Poland

24 minutes

Greece

19 minutes

 

Being in the top 5 countries for longest annual working hours and shortest daily lunch breaks, Mexico and Greece are some of the world’s busiest (and likely most overworked) cities. Mexico’s annual working hours have remained relatively steady with a small drop of 3 hours since 2015, while Greece’s hours have risen slightly by 5.

With 74% of Greek workers reporting that they get only 15 minutes or no lunch break, Greece is undoubtedly one of the European nations most lacking in a healthy work-life balance.

Not only does Mexico have some of the longest annual hours and shortest break times, but it also currently has the second-worst work-life balance score globally according to Statista (1.1, second only to Colombia at 0.9). The US and the UK were also among the worst-scoring countries, scoring 6 and 6.4 respectively.

Meanwhile, the Netherlands, which has some of the lowest annual working hours, is ranked as having the best work-life balance, with a score of 9.5. Denmark and Norway, two more countries listed as having the lowest annual working hours, also made the top 10 for the best work-life balance.

To view the full list of which countries are working the longest hours, click here: https://www.instantoffices.com/blog/featured/worlds-busiest-countries/

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‘One vaccine isn’t enough’: Mexico aims for its own coronavirus fix

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Mexico is working to produce its own COVID-19 vaccines and could have one ready by next spring, according to a researcher coordinating local efforts amid a global race to tame a disease that has infected over 26.75 million people worldwide.

Esther Orozco, coordinator of the scientific group that represents Mexico at the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, said research based on a virus that transmits the avian Newcastle disease is the most viable candidate to produce the first vaccine in Mexico.

Orozco said the vaccine, developed by the private firm Laboratorio Avimex with researchers from Mexico’s main public university, UNAM, and the Mexican Social Security Institute, is ready to start the first phase of testing with humans.

“They are advanced,” Orozco told Reuters in an interview. “I think it’s going to be ready by spring or the start of summer.”

She said the Avimex vaccine trials will begin with “dozens of humans.” A second stage will see “hundreds of patients” before thousands of volunteers take part in final Phase 3 studies.

Avimex, normally dedicated to the manufacture of vaccines and pharmaceutical products for animals, did not respond to a request for comment.

Mexico has launched a global effort to build diplomatic and commercial alliances to ensure it receives the approximately 200 million vaccine doses it estimates it will need for a disease that has infected more than 623,000 people and killed at least 66,851 in Latin America’s second-largest economy.

Mexico will take part in clinical trials of Italian and Russian vaccines, and has also struck a deal to produce pharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca Plc’s (AZN.L) vaccine.

 

In addition, it is looking to participate in phase 3 trials with French drugmaker Sanofi (SASY.PA), Johnson & Johnson’s (JNJ.N) Janssen unit and Chinese companies CanSino Biologics Inc (6185.HK) and Walvax Biotechnology Co Ltd (300142.SZ), all of which have agreed to guarantee access to their vaccines if successful.

Orozco said the Mexican vaccine will arrive “later” than leading foreign candidates. But she noted that 7.5 billion people on the planet will need to be inoculated, and the number of vaccines may be double that figure if two doses are needed.

“The world is going to need much more than one vaccine,” she said. “Our hope is that Mexico is a part of this even if we’re not the first to cross the finish line.”

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Hyatt Hotels Corporation announces plans for Thompson Monterrey, the first Thompson hotel in Mexicos state of Nuevo Leon

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Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H) announced plans for Thompson Monterrey, the first Thompson hotel in Mexicos state of Nuevo Leon. The 150-room lifestyle hotel is expected to open in 2022 and will mark the fourth Thompson-bra.

Developed by Visa Desarrollos and Grow2, Thompson Monterrey will be located in the San Pedro Garza García, a contemporary financial and commercial area of Monterrey in the state of Nuevo León. Located near headquarters for many national and multinational companies and university campuses, the hotel will be part of Torre IKON, a new-build mixed-use complex with aproximately 215,000 square feet (20,000 square meters) of office space. Thompson Monterrey will occupy a portion of the 31-floor tower designed by Duda Paine Architects, which is set to be one of the most iconic high-rise buildings in the San Pedro Garza García.    

Thompson Monterrey will provide a truly superior experience with just the right amount of edge to the San Pedro Garza García through its thoughtfully curated design, culinary sophistication, and effortless yet intuitive service. From the moment guests arrive, they will experience elements of Monterrey’s culture in the hotel’s sought-after hub – its rooftop bar – which will reflect the guests’ authentically stylish and dynamic lifestyles with a buzzing social scene and thought-provoking arts and entertainment.

Situated in the main district of the San Pedro Garza García, guests will be stimulated by Monterrey’s vibrant neighborhoods and easily access multiple dining, shopping and entertainment options within walking distance of the hotel. With its close proximity to Monterrey International Airport (MTY), Thompson Monterrey will serve as a destination for both domestic and international travelers.

“We are thrilled to announce the development of the first Thompson hotel in Monterrey, marking a significant milestone for us and Hyatt,” said Luis Carlos Villarreal, president, Visa Desarrollos, S.A.P.I. de C.V. “Thompson Monterrey will offer a modern, luxury experience tailored to the destination, enhancing each guest’s personal travel journey by bridging connections to the local community through in-the-know moments and collaborations.” 

Thompson Monterrey is expected to join three Thompson Hotels properties in Mexico, including The Cape , Thompson Playa del Carmen , and Thompson Zihuatanejo . Additionally, Thompson Monterrey is the latest example of growth for the Thompson Hotels brand, joining recently announced projects , including Thompson Dallas (expected to open in Fall 2020), Thompson San Antonio (expected to open in early 2021), Thompson Austin (expected to open in 2021), Thompson Buckhead (expected to open in 2021), Thompson Savannah (expected to open in 2021), and Thompson Houston (expected to open in 2023).

“Thompson Monterrey comes at a time of significant growth for the Thompson Hotels brand and will represent the brand’s entry into a key new market,” said Alfredo Reynoso, director of  development, Mexico, Hyatt.

“The Thompson brand aligns very well with Monterrey’s position as a business and entertainment destination, and we look forward to introducing a new lifestyle offering that will provide experiences that celebrate its destination in a sophisticated way for guests and locals alike.”

For more information, please visit thompsonhotels.com .

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Cancun Airport Transportation Wins 2020 Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Award for Transportation in Cancun

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Cancun Airport Transportation today announced it has been recognized as a 2020 Travelers’ Choice award-winner for Transportation in Cancun. Based on a full year of Tripadvisor reviews, prior to any changes caused by the pandemic, award winners are known for consistently receiving great traveler feedback, placing them in the top 10% of hospitality businesses around the globe.

“It has been a year of constant tests, changes, and adaptation. This award is proof of the effort put on our work on a daily basis, and how you, our clients, have supported us even during hard times. Once again, we want to thank all our customers for their preference, and take the opportunity to tell them we are getting better every day for you to come back soon and live the best transportation experience in the Mexican Caribbean,” said Cristian Flores, Marketing Manager at Cancun Airport Transportation.

“Winners of the 2020 Travelers’ Choice Awards should be proud of this distinguished recognition,” said Kanika Soni, Chief Commercial Officer at Tripadvisor. “Although it’s been a challenging year for travel and hospitality, we want to celebrate our partners’ achievements. Award winners are beloved for their exceptional service and quality. Not only are these winners well deserving, they are also a great source of inspiration for travelers as the world begins to venture out again.”

To learn about Cancun Airport Transportation services, visit https://www.cancunairporttransportations.com

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StemSation Expands into Mexico with Completion of Wholly Owned Subsidiary

StemSation International, Inc., a pioneer in the emerging category of dietary supplements called Stem Cell Nutrition, announces that it is expanding into Mexico and has just completed the incorporation process for a new wholly-owned subsidiary in Mexico named StemSation Mexico S.A. de C.V.

According to the World Federation of Direct Selling Associations (WFDSA), Mexico ranks 8th in the world in sales through this distribution channel. It is also a market that is very synergistic in growing the very lucrative U.S. Hispanic market. https://wfdsa.org/global-statistics/

Ray Carter, StemSation’s President and CEO commented, “Mexico is a strong market for our industry, and we’re excited to be offering our products and entrepreneurial business model there in the near future. We expect the next step of product registration to be completed shortly”.

StemSation’s all-natural products focus on supporting the two most recently discovered biological systems of the human body, the stem cell system of renewal and repair, and the endocannabinoid system of regulating physiological functions in both the central and peripheral nervous system and in peripheral organs. https://www.stemsation.global/www/en/us/about/

David Casanova, StemSation’s Vice President of Global Sales & Marketing commented, “Mexico is a big market that I know very well, and it is also our stepping-stone into all of Latin America as we continue to execute our global expansion plans”.

StemSation markets and sells its products online through its growing team of Independent Wellness Advocates in the United States and Europe, who each receive a StemSation replicated website in four languages and currencies. www.stemsation.global

StemSation is a company with a long-term ‘health mission’, ambitious research goals, and innovative, holistic approaches to health & wellness, and healthy longevity. Our product line shows a new pathway to wellness.

SOURCE: StemSation International, Inc.

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BRP to Increase Manufacturing Capacity in Mexico to Meet Side-by-Side Vehicles Demand

BRP announced today that it is increasing its manufacturing capacity with the construction of a new facility in Mexico to meet demand for its off-road vehicles (ORVs) business.

This expansion of BRP’s production facilities is intended to help keep pace with the increased demand for Can-Am side-by-side vehicles (SSVs) experienced in recent years. After a temporary slowdown due to COVID-19, retail sales went up by over 35% in May, compared to the previous year, and the trend continued in June.

“Despite the pandemic, demand for our products has remained strong, and even surpassed last year’s figures for the same period,” said José Boisjoli, President and CEO. “Our continued innovation and steady growth in SSVs make this additional capacity necessary to meet our goal of achieving 30% market share,” he added.

The planned facility will be located in Juárez and represents an investment of an estimated CA$185M and would result in the creation of up to 1,000 permanent jobs. BRP’s total capital expenditure for FY21 is now expected to be in a range of CA$275M to CA$300M.

Site planning and construction are scheduled to begin within the next months, and the plant is expected to be ready for operation by Fall 2021. This new plant, combined with the company’s two off-road manufacturing facilities in Juárez, will create positive operational synergies and efficiencies.

About BRP
We are a global leader in the world of powersports vehicles, propulsion systems and boats, built on over 75 years of ingenuity and intensive consumer focus. Our portfolio of industry-leading and distinctive products includes Ski-Doo and Lynx snowmobiles, Sea-Doo watercraft, Can-Am on- and off-road vehicles, Alumacraft, Manitou, Quintrex, Stacer and Savage boats, Evinrude and Rotax marine propulsion systems as well as Rotax engines for karts, motorcycles and recreational aircraft. We complete our lines of products with a dedicated parts, accessories and apparel business to fully enhance the riding experience. With annual sales of CA$6.1 billion from over 120 countries, our global workforce is made up of approximately 12,600 driven, resourceful people.

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