Sto Breaks Ground on Manufacturing Facility in Mexico

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Sto Corp. announced this week that they have broken ground on a new manufacturing facility on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico, in Muncipio de Dalina, Victoria, Neuvo Leon. The new facility is expected to be competed in June 2025.

Sto Corp. is currently the world’s largest manufacturer of exterior thermal insulation systems, with 35 subsidiaries, more than 5,000 employees, and 21 factories operating around the globe. The new facility for the Atlanta-based corporation will initially be dedicated to servicing Mexico and Southern Texas. Sto reports that the facility will later expand its operations to accommodate the production of StoCast, a realistic wood and brick facade aesthetic that can be used in a variety of Sto wall systems, ceilings, and soffits.

“Sto’s investment in Mexico marks a significant step forward in our manufacturing ventures,” Jose Berlingeri, CEO of Sto Corp. said. “This new facility not only strengthens Sto’s foothold in the region but also our commitment to delivering innovative solutions while embracing sustainability practices that benefit both our business and the communities we serve.”

The industrial building will sit on a 108,000 square foot lot and will feature Sto finishes and integrate eco-friendly elements, including a rainwater collection system. Indominus, S.A. DE C.V. is the developer and is spearheading the construction, with NewMark overseeing project management. The project will see the recruitment of approximately 25 individuals, with positions spanning across managerial and operational roles.

“From a strategic point of view, North America is a very important region for Sto. We are therefore delighted we will be strengthening our presence in Mexico with a production facility,” commented Rainer Hüttenberger, CEO, Sto Management SE.

Featured in the above photograph from left to right: Mauricio Kuri of Newmark Knight Frank (Realtor/Project Manager); Rodrigo Gardner of Newmark Knight Frank (Realtor/Consultant); Alfredo Nolasco of SPYRAL (Consultant); Juan Manuel Suarez of Sto Mexico; Fred Stutts of Sto Corp.; Eduardo Ancira Lartigue of the law firm for Sto Mexico, Ancira Abogados; Corrado Montalti of Sto Mexico; Martin Randado of Sto Corp; Jose Berlingeri of Sto Corp.; Luis Sanchez Sierra of Sto Corp.; Hernan Treviño of Indominus (Developer); Rodrigo Jaime of Indominus (Developer); David Jaime of Indominus (Developer); Samuel Campos of Newmark Knight Frank (Realtor/Consultant).

Author: Jay Fox
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