In 1968, a man by the name of Alejandro de la Cruz Saucedo started a small family wood shop in the town of Jesus Maria, Mexico. With only a handmade circular saw and the premise of “Making Furniture with Conviction”, Alejandro set out to create incredible works of Rococo style furniture characterized by the superior French craftsmanship of the 18th-century.
For over 45 years now, Mueblera Provenzal has been producing outstanding results in fine furniture and has become a pioneer of the furniture industry in the Municipality of Jesus Maria.
Ever since he first witnessed the amazing abilities of CNC manufacturing, Alejandro made clear his dream of one day adding a CNC Router to his shop, now located in a 60,000 sq. ft. facility in the center of San Antonio de los Horcones in Jesus Maria.
Sadly, Alejandro passed away recently and was unable to see his dream come true by his own eyes. After his death, Alejandro’s wife set out to make his dream become a reality and honor his life long commitment to the company, his town and his family.
Last month, with much anticipation, Mueblera Provenzal welcomed their brand new MultiCam 3000 Router to their work shop and paid homage to the man they revered so much.
Check out these pictures from the installation ceremony!