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American Plating Power, LLC Announces New Branch Office in Central Mexico

APP’s new branch office employs a bilingual staff with many years of experience in metal finishing.

[Queretaro, QRO, Mexico] American Plating Power, LLC Is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in the city of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, approximately 45 minutes north of Queretaro, and strategically located in the geographic center of Mexico. The new office will provide sales, service and support for all existing and future customers of American Plating Power located within Mexico.

The branch office has a bilingual staff with many years of experience in metal finishing, and its employees are enthusiastic about the opportunity to service the many customers throughout the region who rely on American Plating Power’s highly regarded DC power supply technology.

“Mexico, in general, and the Queretaro area, specifically, is currently experiencing tremendous growth in the aerospace industry, in addition to its very significant base of automotive manufacturers and necessary support facilities,” said Waasy Boddison, American Plating Power president. “This new office represents our dedication to our existing customers located in Mexico and our desire to keep up with the shift in manufacturing trends of North America.”

ABOUT AMERICAN PLATING POWER
American Plating Power’s North American headquarters are located in Fort Meyers, Fla. The company is recognized around the world as the premier designer and manufacturer of industrial power supplies. American Plating Power provides power supplies globally to electro-chemical industries. Products include state-of-the-art power supplies for general metal finishing industries, including the automotive, aerospace and the printed circuit board markets. Models include DC, pulse and pulse reverse rectifiers utilizing switched mode, thyristor, tap switch and variable transformer technology.
 

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