The office was established to expand local presence in México through direct representation.  Schenck provides a complete range of balancing machines and systems, vibration analysis and condition monitoring equipment, and onsite/field service for the production, maintenance and repair of all rotating components, as well as assembly, end of line testing and filling systems for the motor vehicle industry.  The Mexico City office will represent all of the above product lines, as a division of Dürr de México.

“Knowing that some of our largest customers are located in México signifies how much our presence in México City is needed.  It will enhance our business relationships and benefit all the companies and industries we serve.” – Juan-Pablo Fernandez, Director of Sales at Schenck México.

Juan-Pablo Fernandez is native to México City and was promoted to manage the new Schenck México office.  Fernandez has been with Schenck for over 10 years.  His expertise and knowledge is very well known and respected in the Mexican industrial marketplace.

Schenck México, a division of Dürr de México, SA de CV is located at: José Luis Lagrange 103, piso 10, México DF 11560 (Mexico City); Phone: +52 (55) 4739-5047; Fax: +52 (55) 4739-5001; and email: ventas-mx@schenckrotec.com

Carl Schenck AG of Darmstadt, Germany is the world‘s largest manufacturer of balancing machines and balancing equipment, and is a business unit of the Dürr Group, the world’s leading supplier of products, systems, and services for the automotive and aircraft manufacturing industries.

For more information about Schenck México, visit our website:  www.schenck.mx.

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