OPERATIONS

Our manufacturing facilities are designed and operated with a strong and continuous application of lean manufacturing principles. Our production sites have a high level of vertical integration including the manufacturing of key critical components to ensure the highest quality results. We are a flexible supplier. Our production operations are continuously adjusted to meet variations in customer demand.

EUROPE & SOUTH AMERICA

Mjällby, Blekinge, Sweden

The TitanX plant in Mjällby outside Sölvesborg in the south east of Sweden is a highly automated, state of the art engineering and production center that makes engine cooling modules for most of the European OEMs.

JAGUARIÚNA, SAO PAULO, BRAZIL

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The TitanX plant in Jaguariúna in the São Paulo area in Brazil opened for production 2014. The facility produces mainly engine cooling solutions mainly for the European OEMs with production units in Brazil.

NORTH AMERICA

JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK, USA

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The TitanX plant in Jamestown is located in north New York state not far from Buffalo. This plant was established already in 1914 and is the oldest plant in the TitanX family. The engineering,testing and production is focused on engine cooling modules for north american OEMs.

SALTILLO, MONTERREY AREA, MEXICO

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The TitanX plant in Mexico is located near Saltillo in the Monterrey area. This plant started production in 2016 and will be in full swing during 2017. The products made here are engine cooling modules for heavy duty and medium duty trucks.

PRODUCT LINE OIL COOLERS

LINKÖPING, ÖSTERGÖTLAND, SWEDEN

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The TitanX center for Oil Cooler engineering and production is the plant in Linköping in Sweden. The three main products are engine oil coolers, transmission oil coolers and retarder oil coolers.

KUNSHAN, SHANGHAI AREA, CHINA

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The TitanX facility in China is located in Kunshan in the Jiangsu province, near to Shanghai. Kunshan is one of the two factories of the TitanX Product Line Oil Cooler. Our technology legacy can be traced back to 1895 when the J.W Torell tin shop was established in Sweden.