New Electric Transformer Manufacturing Plant

The Mexican company Zetrak has inaugurated a plant in Amatitlán, department of Guatemala, for the manufacture of electrical distribution and power transformers.

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Executives from Zetrak Guatemala stated that the "... objective of the new production plant, which will have all of the technical-commercial support of Zetrak Mexico, is to provide a more personalized service and a prompt response for all customers in Central America."

See: "Imports of Electric Transformers in Central America".

From a statement issued by the Ministry of Economy: 

Guatemala, February 24, 2018. With an investment of approximately US $800 thousand, equivalent to about Q5.9 million, the company of Mexican origin Zetrak, specialist with more than 20 years of experience in the manufacture of distribution and power transformers, inaugurated in the Municipality of Amatitlán, its first plant outside of the territory of Mexico.

The project, which initially generated 25 specialized job positions, has as a Guatemalan counterpart the company Materiales y Proyectos Eléctricos S.A. which figured as a representative of the brand in the national market for eight years and today is part of the joint investment.

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