MJB Wood Group opening new facilities in Mexico

Locations for facilities in Mexico that are part of MJB Wood Group's MJB Mexico company.

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CEDAR HILL, Texas — MJB Wood Group, LLC, a manufacturer, and distributor of industrial wood products, is opening new facilities in Mexico City and Puebla, Mexico.

 Eduardo Ontiveros, Managing Director of MJB Mexico
Eduardo Ontiveros, managing director, MJB Mexico

With these two new facilities, MJB Mexico, headquartered in Saltillo, has six locations strategically located across Mexico to support the growth of leading North American manufacturers as they nearshore operations to Mexico from Asia and to support the growing Mexican manufacturing economy. The location of these new facilities, with convenient access to ports and major transportation hubs, will enable MJB to meet the needs of Mexican and North American manufacturers as they expand in Mexico.

“We are excited about MJB’s continued investment to support our growing customers in Mexico. These new facilities broaden our reach and scale to serve our Mexican and multinational customers in support of the growing Mexico manufacturing economy partially driven by nearshoring manufacturing to Mexico,” said Eduardo Ontiveros, Managing Director of MJB Mexico.

“MJB has been a leading wood products supplier in Mexico, for more than 24 years. Our Mexico team is the best and has the resources to fully support our growing customers anywhere in Mexico. This won’t be our last expansion,” said Scott Griggs, president and CEO of MJB Wood Group.


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