Visteon's New Aeropuerto Plant In Mexico Receives ISO 14001 Environmental Certification

Less than a year after starting operations, Visteon Corporation's Aeropuerto Plant has obtained ISO 14001 certification. Aeropuerto received the certification from Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance for compliance in the implementation of environmental management systems in its facility.

"Visteon's facilities around the world are deeply committed to carrying out a proper use of renewable natural resources and an efficient management of non-renewable natural resources by understanding the environmental impact of future generations," said Aeropuerto Plant Manager, Raul Sigala.

"This certification demonstrates Visteon's commitment to our environmental objectives and policies such as pollution prevention, emissions control, efficient use of water and energy and minimizing waste," he added.

Visteon's Aeropuerto Plant is located in Monterrey, N.L., and specializes in the production of body and security electronics and controls for the automotive industry. It began operations in 2002 and employs around 600 people.

Visteon Corporation is a leading full-service supplier that delivers consumer-driven technology solutions to automotive manufacturers worldwide and through multiple channels within the global automotive aftermarket. Visteon has about 77,000 employees and a global delivery system of more than 180 technical, manufacturing, sales and service facilities located in 25 countries.

600450 Visteon's New Aeropuerto Plant In Mexico Receives ISO 14001 Environmental Certification
Date: 27 February 2003
Source: Glass Digest Magazine

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