Manufacturing in Mexico will be a competitive advantage for you.


Here are the TOP 10 reasons:

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Manufacturing in Mexico allows for proximity to markets in the US, Mexico and Latin America.
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Technical training support: high technology training centers.
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Real-time communication with the North American market by manufacturing in Mexico.
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Quality culture: ISO, AS, NADCAP and other international quality standards.
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Skilled, available and affordable workforce for manufacturing in Mexico: up to 80% savings on labor costs.
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Supply Chain Integration: mature supply base in key regions in Mexico.
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Tax incentives for manufacturing in Mexico: no VAT.
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Tariffs savings due to Mexico's Free Trade Agreements with 50 countries.
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Well-developed "soft landing" culture to help international companies start up manufacturing in Mexico through fast-track, risk-free shelter programs.

Manufacturing in Mexico is a great option for companies looking to expand their operations. Due to its macroeconomic and political stability, low inflation, size and strength of its domestic market, economic growth rate and capacity to produce advanced manufacturing (high-tech products), Mexico is an attractive destination for manufacturers.
Additionally, manufacturing in Mexico offers significant savings on labor costs when compared to other investment options in the Americas, Europe and Asia. As an open economy, Mexico guarantees access to international markets through a network of free trade agreements.
The country boasts a strategic geographic location and competitive costs to service global markets, as well as a highly–skilled, young workforce. All of these factors make manufacturing in Mexico an ideal choice for companies looking to expand their operations.


Mexico has a 3,000 km border with the US, allowing companies manufacturing in Mexico to have low transportation costs to the North American market. There are 52 access points between the US and Mexico.
Mexico has a modern highway network that allows international companies manufacturing in Mexico to have efficient communication with seaports on the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
In summary, Mexico has:
  • 85 airports (26 domestic and 59 international airports)
  • 117 sea ports
  • 27,000 kilometers of railroads
  • More than 370 thousand kilometers of road


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