Grupo Industrial Saltillo, S. A. de C. V. operates as a Mexican holding company that produces building materials, automotive parts, and kitchen and tableware products. Building Materials Segment The Building Materials segment includes the production and sale of ceramic wall and floor tiles, water heaters, and bathroom fixtures. The Company’s Building Materials segment subsidiaries include Vitromex, St. Thomas Creations, Calorex, Cinsa Calentadores and Fluida. Automotive Segment The Metal and Automotive segment operates gray and ductile iron, and aluminum foundries, that engages in the production of engine blocks and heads, and auto-parts. This segment comprises two of the Company’s core businesses: Castech, the Aluminum Foundry business engages in the production of aluminum engine blocks and heads; and Cifunsa, the Iron Foundry business oriented to the production of iron engine blocks and heads, as well as ductile iron auto parts through at its Cimetech plant. This segment also includes Techmatec, a company engages in the production of automation systems for manufacturing processes and Ditemsa, a producer of plastic injection molds. Houseware Segment The Housewares segment engages in manufacturing and trading enamel on steel kitchen items and ceramic tableware for home and institutional use. Kitchenware is sold under the Cinsa and Cinsa Plus brand names; and tableware is sold under the Santa Anita brand name. Significant Events The company's Water Heater Division and Compania Elaboradora de Metales, S.A. de C.V. have entered into a strategic joint-venture agreement. This would allow the commercialization of residential water heaters within Latin America.
grupo industrial saltillo
Boulevard Isidro López Zertuche No. 1495
Saltillo, CU 25000
Phone: 52 844 242 1200
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