BorgWarner, a prominent automotive supplier, is set to make a significant investment in its Ramos Arizpe Campus in Coahuila, Mexico, aimed at producing battery cooling plates for the next generation of electric vehicles. This strategic move not only bolsters the company’s competitive position in the field of e-mobility but also fosters job creation and technological advancements. The investment is expected to generate 280 new positions in engineering, electronics, manufacturing, and services, while simultaneously increasing production capacity by 35%.
By tapping into specialized talent and expanding its capabilities, BorgWarner is gearing up for the future of electric vehicle application development. Since its establishment in 2010, the BorgWarner Ramos Arizpe Campus has experienced remarkable growth, manufacturing turbochargers and exhaust gas management systems for both light and heavy vehicle markets.