BorgWarner Ramos-ArizpeMexico – Requiring 350 new employees over the next two years, the expansion will increase capacity for current products as well as the latest generation of emissions technologies. The facility will produce exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) modules, ignition coils and coolant control valves for passenger cars, minivans and light-duty trucks.

“Our expansion in Mexico complements our recent multimillion-dollar investment in Dixon, Illinois,” said Brady Ericson, president and GM, BorgWarner Emissions Systems. “It is an important part of our overall growth and consolidation strategy aimed at serving our customers’ growing needs.”

BorgWarner says the expansion is in response to increasing demand in North America.