UL opened its first laboratory in Mexico


UL opened a new laboratory in Querétaro, Mexico. The facility (221 kilometers northwest of Mexico City) is one of the first multi-national testing laboratories in Mexico. It tests for product safety and performance for the Mexico market, as well as for export to the United States, Canada and countries throughout Latin America. Located in the Kaizen Industrial Park complex and near the Querétaro International Airport, the new laboratory sits within one of Mexico’s leading manufacturing hubs. The laboratory houses testing facilities for engineered materials, wire and cable, appliances, lighting, refrigeration and consumer technologies. The opening of the new laboratory builds upon UL’s three decades in Mexico. UL has a well-established engineering and customer service office in Mexico City and an engineering team in Querétaro.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here