The dubbing company has opened five new recording studios in the city, which are added to the four existing ones, plus the 17 suites in Cuernavaca, for a total of 26 studios in Mexico and 49 worldwide.

Liliam Hernandez, President and CEO of Universal Cinergia Dubbing announced the opening of 5 new recording suites in the Mexico City, adding another floor the company`s facility in the city.

Cinergia now has 9 recording suites in Mexico City, in addition to 17 suites in the city of Cuernavaca.

The new addition raises the company’s overall capacity to 49 recording suites, worldwide.

“Despite the enormous challenges affecting the global economy, our studios have been fortunate to able to continue working, and assisting our clients worldwide with new dubbing projects,” says Ms. Hernandez.

“Remote recording protocols have been fully incorporated across the board in all the studios owned by the company in Miami, São Paulo, Mexico, Paris and Valencia. For in-studio recordings, new guidelines have been implemented and are being strictly followed.”

“Team work, perseverance and commitment to excellence are the pillars of our company culture. We are pleased that we can now have nearly 50 projects in our studios at one time, and are proud of both the quality and quantity of services we can offer our clients,” adds Gema Lopez, President and COO.

Under Gema’s guidance, all global operations are carefully managed to ensure business continuity and adherence to local legislation regarding safety measures.

With this new expansion to 49 worldwide recording suites, Cinergia increases its production capacity, maintaining its place as one of the leading dubbing companies in the industry, providing dubbing in Spanish, Portuguese, English, French and Castilian.