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Lazpiur, the Basque company that makes forging tooling and machinery, has delivered three new machines to monitor the dimensions and electrics of vehicle connectors to the Japanese multinational Yazaki at one of its Mexican plants.
With this delivery, Bergara-based Lazpiur has consolidated the relationship it has had with the Japanese firm since late 2011, when Yazaki bought a final assembly line for fuse boxes, which enabled finished product testing, from the Basque company.
In addition to supplying equipment to the Japanese company at its plant in Durango (Mexico), Lazpiur supplies machinery to its Monterrey plant and to the Yazaki facility in Michigan (United States).
Lazpiur has two main lines of business: machinery construction and the production of precision tooling for cold, warm and hot forging. These divisions are set up to supply multinational companies such as Ford, Mercedes, Volkswagen and Lear.
Lazpiur has a strong presence in the automotive, domestic appliance, construction and railway sectors in European and American markets, and is present in 25 countries.