BorgWarner Expands Operations in Mexico, Creating 280 Jobs for the Future of Electric Vehicles

In an effort to bolster its presence in the rapidly evolving field of electric vehicles (EVs), BorgWarner has unveiled plans to invest in its Ramos Arizpe Campus located in Coahuila, Mexico. The investment will focus on the production of battery cooling plates for an upcoming line of electric vehicles by a major car manufacturer. With the aim of strengthening their competitive edge in the realm of e-mobility, BorgWarner’s expansion is set to create 280 new positions in engineering, electronics, manufacturing, and services, while also increasing production capacity by 35%.

Since its establishment in 2010, the BorgWarner Ramos Arizpe Campus has experienced remarkable growth. Initially dedicated to manufacturing turbochargers and exhaust gas management systems for both light and heavy vehicles, the facility’s expansion into electric vehicle technology highlights the company’s commitment to staying at the forefront of automotive innovation.

Source: BorgWarner