Corning Opens Facility in Mexico

March 5, 2001 Corning Cable Systems has opened its new telecommunications hardware products manufacturing facility in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Corning Cable Systems (www.corning.com) has opened its new telecommunications hardware products manufacturing facility in Guadalajara, Mexico. The facility will manufacture small fiber count cable assemblies and initially will employ roughly 70 people. Bill McVay was promoted to Director of Mexico Operations. Dick Boucher was promoted to Plant Manager of the Reynosa facility and Peter Leon was promoted to Plant Manager of the Guadalajara facility.

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