|By PR Newswire||
|February 11, 2014 01:30 PM EST||
TIJUANA, Mexico, Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 21st Century Programming, a software solutions provider for recycling facilities announced today that they have selected IVEMSA, a Mexican administrative services provider with over 30 years experience helping global corporations operate successfully in Mexico, to help them expand operations into the region.
21st Century offers solutions for recycling facilities of all sizes that handle metals, paper, plastic, cars and electronics. With the opening of their offices in Tijuana, the company will support customers throughout Mexico who utilize their innovative Recycling Operations Manager (ROM) software system. IVEMSA is facilitating 21st Century's expansion into Mexico by providing full shelter services including customs expediting, human resources management, and government and environmental compliance.
"With several clients already in Mexico, we decided to expand operations into the country to take better advantage of the dynamic growth in that region in the recycling industry," said George Kane, President of 21st Century Programming. "Mexico is an excellent gateway to all of Latin America, and we look forward to working with the experienced IVEMSA team to help us achieve our goals."
The new 21st Century offices are located in the Baja Innovation and Technology (BIT) Center, and will be staffed in part by Rosa Jaramillo, Operations Manager and Alejandro Zamudio, HR Coordinator, both formally of the premiere recycler of Tijuana, Recycladora Conchanilla. The offices will be set up to provide live demonstrations of all five of the Recycling Operations Manager solutions that have been proven to assist operators of both small recycling yards, and businesses with multiple locations. In business for over a decade, 21st Century was founded by scrap industry veterans and brothers, George and David Kane. With headquarters in Long Beach, California, the company supports over 400 major recyclers worldwide.
Since 1982 IVEMSA has assisted companies with manufacturing operations in Mexico with selected outsourced administrative services, full shelter operations, and stand alone manufacturing entity development. Headquartered in Mexicali, Mexico, with operations throughout Baja and central Mexico, the organization works closely with national and international regulators to help companies achieve their manufacturing goals and lower costs. The company hallmark is their expertise, transparency and professionalism. For more information: www.ivemsa.com.
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