Forza Steel, Mexico, will invest USD 60 million to set up a 240,000 TPA capacity manufacturing plant at The Port of Brownsville, Texas, USA. The new 650,000-square-foot facility will manufacture steel pipes and tubes for the automotive, construction, and oil and gas industries.
May 20, 2023
Forza Steel, Mexico, will invest USD 60 million to build a 240,000 TPA capacity state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at The Port of Brownsville, Texas, USA. The plant shall be spread over 650,000 square-foot, and 260,000 metric tons of steel shall be brought in every year for manufacturing.
The new facility will also include an automated tarping station and will serve the US market for the company with steel pipes and tubes for the automotive, construction, and oil and gas industries. The equipment installment is planned for July.
Mr. Isidro Cantu, General Manager for Forza Steel USA, stated, “The Port of Brownsville is the perfect location for Forza Steel’s entry into the American market. The location from Monterrey to Brownsville is ideal. Forza Steel is very excited to be part of the Brownsville community and grow.”
Mr. Eduardo A. Campirano, Director and CEO of the Port of Brownsville, commented, “We are excited to expand our role in the steel industry as a major gateway for steel in both Mexico and the United States. Our multimodal logistics allow companies to optimize the movement of goods via rail, truck, and water to save time and money.”
Forza Steel specializes in the manufacturing of carbon steel pipe and has been serving the Mexican and US markets through its Salinas Victoria, Nuevo León, Mexico plant.