Ju-Young is a 40 year old South Korean company, which started their facility in Mexico ten years ago in 2005. Ju-Young makes simple, duplex zipcord and distribution type tight buffered optical fiber cables, Round drop cable, Single and double sheathed duct, direct buried and aerial cables. Ju-Young also offers Cabinet racks, Fiber distribution frames, Wall mount outlets, fiber optic splitters, fiber optic patchcords, fiber optic splice closures etc. (Source: Ju-Young website)
@chen, there are two companies to make fiber cables in Mexico. Condumex, which is the largest company in terms of annual optical fiber consumption. The second one is Ju-Young-Samsung Joint venture.
Fiber’s comment is true that Mexico is not a well explored market for most of the Asian and European suppliers. However, North American product suppliers have been active in the market either directly or through local subsidiaries.
Mexico is not a well explored market. I kmow only Condumex. I have never gone to Mexico for business, but guess the presence of US cable makers is strong in Mexican market. Hence, including Condumex here may be a maximum of three companies. This is just my guessing.