|Our steel tower and pole manufacturing plant in Mexico is located within easy access of US markets in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, approximately 120 miles south of Laredo, Texas.|
The 15-acre site includes 98,200 square feet of production space plus 6,500 square feet of engineering and administrative offices. A yard encompassing 84,200 square feet is dedicated to the pre-assembly and quality assurance of prototypes. The Monterrey facility is capable of producing 35,000 tons of lattice towers annually and has full access to global and US steel suppliers, allowing for ready availability of both structural angles and plate conforming to ASTM A36, ASTM A572, ASTM A588 and ASTM A871 specifications as well as other special grades as required.
Modern manufacturing processes include eight CNC angle punch machines, two CNC angle drill lines along with four CNC plate machines, four light-duty punch machines, one 1,500-ton press brake, three 250-ton vertical presses, plasma and oxy cutters, milling machines, plate shears and submerged arc welding equipment.
Hot-dip galvanizing is carried out in house in one of the most modern facilities in North America. The main kettle measures 5 feet (w) x 8 feet (d) x 41 feet (l) and is supported by eight pickling tanks, one flux, one rinse, one quench and three dulling/deglaring tanks.