BorgWarner expanded its Turbo production plant on its Ramos Arizpe campus, to produce REMAN turbocompressors, goal achieved thanks to the joint work between private initiative and public sector.


The recently expanded plant, exclusively manufactured new turbochargers; by adding 5,000 square meters, it will provide higher manufacturing and storage capability, expanding its general operations.


This expansion, ready to begin production, will increase the size of Turbo plant to more than 12,000 square meters.  The Ramos Arizpe complex also has a manufacturing plant from Emissions division, established since 2008.

“This expansion allow us satisfying the increasing market need of our REMAN turbochargers, which have the same high performance level and reliability than our original equipment products,” said Leonel Ruiz, plant manager of Turbo in Ramos Arizpe.


Jaime Guerra Perez, secretary of Economy in the State, with the representation of the governor Miguel Angel Riquelme Solis, and together with directives from the company and the Ramos Arizpe BorgWarner plant, opened this expansion, same that will generate about 100 new jobs.


At this opening were present: Jorge Ramon Montemayor, undersecretary of Promotion and Strategic Projects; Ricardo Schumm Cerpa, undersecretary of Economic Development; as well as the director of Promotion and Investment, Sofia Delgadillo Diaz.


The great relation with the Private Initiative, together with the confidence Coahuila has gained as part of the commitment to maintain its economic growth, has resulted in new investments arriving to our State and that the established industry can develop new expansion projects that bring more jobs.



BorgWarner is a world American supplier of components and pieces for the automotive industry.  It is mainly known by its automotive train products, which include manual and automatic transmissions and transmission components, such as electrohydraulic control components, transmission control units, friction materials and one-way clutches, turbocompressors, components of engine valves distribution system, together with components from the traction system on the four wheels.


The company has 60 manufacturing facilities in 18 countries, included the U.S., Canada and Asia.