REVELANT NOTES

Rassini y Sindicato CTM-Monclova Entregan Becas

30/08/2016

La empresa Rassini y sindicato CTM-Monclova entregaron 200 becas a igual número de trabajadores que realizan estudios universitarios, beneficio que les permite enfrentar los gastos escolares del ciclo 2016-2017 y elevar su nivel de vida.

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The 45 most highly environmentally-committed companies

11/12/2015

Companies’ transparency and involvement will be a key factor to advance in the race to mitigate the CO2 emissions and reduce global warming. In such scenario, Mexican businessmen take the lead and submit their reports on emission monitoring and environmental care programs in the Forbes environmental commitment report.

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Christmas Festival

5/12/2015

At Rassini Suspensiones, December holidays were experienced in an atmosphere of companionship, union and happiness in the municipal auditorium Santiago V. González.

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Rassini and University of Alabama

19/10/2015

Rassini, a Mexican industrial company engaged in the design and manufacturing of suspension and brake components for the automotive industry, has partnered with the Universty of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) for the research, development and innovative use of composite materials in vehicle design...

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Festeja Rassini a colaboradores y sus familias

9/11/2015

Con el fin de seguir fomentando la unión familiar entre sus colaboradores y brindarles un espacio de sano esparcimiento convivencia, el pasado domingo 8 de noviembre se llevó a cabo el Día de la Familia Rassini en la ciudad de Piedras Negras, Coahuila.

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36 companies with a high environmental commitment

11/11/2014

Rassini Piedras Negras plant is ranked number 7 of Mexican companies that stand out for their efforts and commitment to reduce its environmental impact.

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How one Mexican company keeps its workers from crossing the border

17/9/2015

Almost 15 years ago, in the dusty border town of Piedras Negras, auto parts manufacturer Rassini started having a very expensive problem on its hands: workers were running across the border to the U.S. after only a few weeks on the job.

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