LGMG completes Mexican plant

Chinese manufacturer LGMG has started production at its new plant in Mexico. The new facility, located in the brand new Roots industrial park in Marin, on the North side of Monterey, Nuevo León, and less than 10 minutes from the International Airport. It is built on a 75 acre/30 hectare plot and represents a $140 million investment by LGMG.
The new plant earlier this month

Under construction in August

The site will also host to two of LGMG’s major component suppliers and is expected to generate around 1,400 new jobs when it reaches full capacity. The new facility will supply a range of platforms, starting with electric articulated boom lifts, for the North American market.

The official opening this month, was attended by state governor Samuel García, the economy secretary Iván Rivas, LGMG chairman Yu Mengsheng and vice general manager Shi Yanyu.
The official opening

The company said: Our strategy is to continuously enhance user value and satisfaction, part of which involves integrating into local markets, with simultaneous efforts to achieve localised production while concurrently improving the cultivation of local talent, operations, and services. This approach precisely matches local market demands and comprehensively propels internationalisation across various domains such as product portfolios, support systems, human resources, and marketing.”


Rusty Kaylor
Delivery in the USA will be Call LGMG

Jan 22, 2024

Rusty Kaylor
Delivery in the USA will be at the end of the second quarter with 19' scissor lifts. Wait until 2025 for other products.

Dec 21, 2023