Aceros Mexico 

Blvd. Lopez Portillo No. 60, Hermosillo, Sonora, 83100, Mexico

About

Aceros Mexico was founded in 1994. The Company started manufacturing garden posts and delivering them to USA. In 1999 we started selling commercial iron and steel.

Now we manufacture parts to different sectors like construction, agriculture, cattle rising, signposting and industry. We can cut, bend, insert, roll, weld, etc different metals for any need. We have laser, plasma, oxyfuel and mechanical cutting, several bending machines, robot welding as well as TIG, MIG and Spot welding, tube forming, etc.

We are located in Mexico in Hermosillo at 170 miles south Nogales, Arizona border. We can provide price, quality and delivery for your business.

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MFG Member Since

09/01/2021

Location

Mexico / South America

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