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Nokia boosts mobile-device production in Reynosa, Mexico


With an investment of more than $50 million USD, the plant was expanded to provide greater capacity and flexibility for Mexico, Latin and North America

March 01, 2006, Mexico City, Mexico / Espoo, Finland - Nokia today officially opened the expansion to its Reynosa, Tamaulipas plant, which is intended to boost its mobile-device production. With an investment of more than $50 million USD, the expansion provides greater capacity and flexibility to meet the requirements of Nokia’s customers in Mexico, Latin and North America. The new facility is located near the present Nokia factory in Reynosa.

Reynosa is strategically located to supply Nokia’s mobile devices in Mexico, Latin and North America. By increasing its capacity in Reynosa, Nokia is strengthening its future competitive position.

“The production plant facilities in Reynosa are an integral part of our global manufacturing system,” said Philip de la Vega, Managing Director, Nokia Mexico.

“The expansion of our plant reflects our commitment to Mexico. We employ approximately 1800 people at the factory,” said Jeff Marquis, General Manager of Nokia’s Reynosa plant.

Nokia has currently nine factories producing mobile devices worldwide, and the tenth factory in Chennai, India will be inaugurated later this month.

In addition to its Reynosa plant, Nokia has a sales office in Mexico City.

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Nokia is a world leader in the mobile communications sector and foresees growth and sustainability for the extensive mobile industry. Nokia connects people with each other and with the information that interests them by means of practical and innovative products such as mobile phones, devices and solutions for images, games, media, and business. Nokia provides equipment, solutions, and services to network operators and companies.


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