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  • Conesys success story Manufacturing in Mexico "There are many benefits to establish operations in Mexico such as the low cost of labor" - Andres Murillo, Plant Manager, Conesys.
  • Aerospace and Medical device manufactures are pleased to welcome Barry Avenue Plating to Baja California "Our infrastructure in Tijuana is world-class and we have had no problem finding highly skilled workers" - Cruz Maldonado VP of Operations, Barry Avenue.
  • Expanding to Mexico positioned TODCO closer to our customer base in Mexico and Southern California, states "We chose Co-Production because they paid attention to detail and understood our needs" - Jim Frazzini, TODCO'S V.P. of Operations.
  • We have seen an increase in our business and see tremendous growth opportunity coming from existing customers and from other locations including the West Coast "We have seen an increase and tremendous business growthopportunity" - Joe Prior, MRG's President.

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You will be presented to Mexico’s first class manufacturing operations in action and the benefits they represent to your company plus experience first-hand access to Mexico’s workforce, productivity and their commitment to quality standards and certifications.
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NEARSHORE LOCATION

Mexico remains the Top Choice!
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It's not only the globally competitive labor rates that has positioned Mexico as the preferred nearshore destination, but also its vicinity to the North American market which translates into lower inventory and freight costs; improved speed-to-market and better cultural alignment with managers.
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Mexico Expertise in a Variety of Industries

The entire California and Baja California is known as the CaliBaja Mega Region with the manufacturing hub of Tijuana boasting an over 50 year-old history in manufacturing activities.

At its inception, the draw for foreign manufacturers was its low-cost labor rates, today the manufacturing landscape is much different; Mexico has attracted global corporations from the manufacturing sector that go far beyond simple assembly. It is now common to find companies that design, develop and manufacture some of the most complex products in the marketplace for a variety of industries.

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SPECIALISTS IN ESTABLISHING MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS IN MEXICO

SPECIALISTS IN ESTABLISHING MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS IN MEXICO

Our role is to facilitate the successful expansion of manufacturing operations into Mexico. We handle the complete set-up of the new company and manage the day-to-day administrative duties in accordance with Mexican regulations allowing the client to focus 100% on high quality manufacturing. With over 35-years of combined experience our management team has successfully established over 200 companies in Mexico ... expanding their global footprint while ensuring their competitive advantage.

LATEST NEWS - Mexico Manufacturing Highlights


Scrubbing NAFTA Could Cost More Than 30,000 U.S. Auto Jobs
14 Jan 2017 00:41

Wrecking the North American Free Trade Agreement deal could scuttle many of the job gains the U.S. auto industry has experienced since emerging from the Great Recession, and lead to job losses by many of the blue-collar workers who helped President-elect Donald Trump win in November. That's the message from a new study by the Center for Automotive Research. After entering the presidential race in 2015, then-candidate Trump began targeting NAFTA as a major factor behind the loss of American manufacturing jobs. He has repeatedly called out automakers, including Ford, General Motors and Toyota, for importing Mexican-made vehicles, and threatened to either end or modify the trade deal or, alternatively, to enact a 35 percent tariff on goods brought in from the country.

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MacAulay predicts Trump Won’t Tear Up NAFTA
13 Jan 2017 23:56

CARDIGAN, P.E.I. – Canada’s Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay says he will be “surprised” if President-elect Donald Trump tears up the North American Free Trade Agreement, despite his campaign rhetoric promising to do just that. In fact, when asked whether he was concerned about the future of NAFTA under a Trump presidency, the MP for Cardigan, Prince Edward Island elicited a hearty laugh. “I know what he said, but what you have to do in these situations is deal with the situations as they come forward,” MacAulay said. “I’m sure Trump knows how important money is. Both governments and industry in both countries and Canadian and American citizens understand this, so I would be surprised if anyone is going to try to destroy that system of making money.”

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New York Times: Tijuana No. 8 Top Place to Visit in 2017
13 Jan 2017 19:55

Tijuana’s vibrant culinary, arts and craft beer culture has landed the city on the New York Times’ list of the 52 Places to Go in 2017. Tijuana ranked No. 8, right after Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming and before Detroit, which it called “a comeback city set to make good on its promise.” Under the headline, “Trading an unsavory reputation for a great food scene,” the Times said Tijuana is undergoing a culinary renaissance and cited the city’s craft brew pubs, chic coffee houses, “hipster food trucks” and trendy Baja Med restaurants as driving forces in the city’s turnaround. “Though still rough around the edges, this fast-growing border town is on the rise,” the Times said, also noting Tijuana’s proliferation of luxury high-rise condos and a new, $60-million transit system.

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Trump, Tillerson, NAFTA, Mexico And Oil Companies
13 Jan 2017 19:12

Several U.S. oil companies were among the winners of petroleum contracts awarded by the Mexican Hydrocarbon Commission to develop deep water projects. On December 5, 2016, several U.S. oil companies were among the winners of petroleum contracts awarded by the Mexican Hydrocarbon Commission to develop deep water projects in the Gulf of Mexico. From a legal standpoint, an initial assumption could be that the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) became more relevant to these “American” companies entering into the Mexican oil market. Indeed, the legal regime provided by NAFTA Chapter 11, which was designed to protect property rights in long-term investments, could be essential to ventures involving operations that might last for over two decades. Later, President-elect Donald Trump announced Rex Tillerson as his nominee for Secretary of State. Until 2016, Tillerson was the CEO of Exxon Mobil, one of the U.S. oil companies investing in the new projects in Mexico.

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Mexico Overtakes Canada as No. 2 U.S. Exporter Ahead of Trump
13 Dec 2016 18:44 Mexico No. 2 exporter of good to the U.S.

Mexico is overtaking Canada as the No. 2 exporter of goods to the U.S. this year, in a sign of how economic ties have deepened between the two countries even as the relationship is being questioned by President-elect Donald Trump. Shipments from Mexico totaled $245 billion in the first 10 months of the year, according to Commerce Department figures released Tuesday, ahead of Canada’s $230 billion. If the trend continues, it would be the first time ever the U.S. bought more imports from its neighbor to the south. The two countries ended 2015 tied in exports to the U.S.

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U.S. Chamber Said to Tell Mexico It Will Defend Nafta Deal
13 Dec 2016 17:27 NAFTA Update - Manufacturers in Mexico

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce told a closed-door gathering of Mexican and American corporate and government leaders that it is aiming to keep Donald Trump from fulfilling his campaign threat to tear up the North American Free Trade Agreement, according to three people with direct knowledge of the matter.

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