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Expanding, Relocating or simply Starting a new manufacturing facility in Mexico

Strategic Locations for Setting up Manufacturing in Mexico

Mexico’s strategic manufacturing locations offer you unparalleled benefits for your site selection; proximity, ease of doing business, cultural alignment, quality workforce, low cost labor, supply chain and logistics. 

Top Manufacturing Areas in Mexico

Various site selection factors influence your decision to manufacture in Mexico. Our nearshore neighbor covers all your criteria: low-cost, strategic location, quality and experience, industry expertise, improved speed to-market and better cultural alignment, just to name a few.

Though Mexico boasts numerous cities dedicated to manufacturing, the border cities of Tijuana, Mexicali and Tecate offer additional strategic advantages over the mainland. In addition to 40 – 60% labor cost savings typical throughout Mexico, proximity to the major North American markets of the United States and Canada significantly reduce time-in-transit and supply chain costs.

MAINTAIN "JUST-IN-TIME" DELIVERY

Companies can maintain "just-in- time" delivery to their consumers and distributors with Mexico’s modern logistics and supply chain infrastructure.

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Reaction time to any production or operational issues on the factory floor can be resolved in hours, not days or weeks.
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Maintaining greater operational control of the manufacturing base is less challenging because of its proximity to the corporate office.
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Co-Production International, Inc. (CPI) operates branch offices in Tijuana and Tecate to support your manufacturing operations in Mexico.
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Mexican manufacturing base provides companies with an opportunity to tap into the South American marketplace.

The television manufacturing capital of the world. Tijuana captures every manufacturing sector, from aerospace to medical devices and everything in between. Learn more about Tijuana’s dedicated manufacturing labor force and all it has to offer you for manufacturing excellence and success.

The capital of Baja California and a top manufacturing city on the border. Aerospace is big here and is home to Honeywell’s Flight Control System Testing lab where engineering students study and are funneled directly into the workforce. Learn more about this engineering hub and how it can help you innovate today!

Tecate Pueblo Magico offers manufacturers all the bells and whistles of a well-established and modern industrial infrastructure without the traffic and congestion. Over 135 companies manufacture in this city which is also home to Tecate Beer. Are you ready to learn more about this manufacturing hub?

Ciudad Juarez is the birthplace of the Mexican maquiladora and when coupled with El Paso, is the largest bi-national metropolitan region known as the Borderplex. A robust and mature manufacturing industry hub, Juarez is the 7th largest manufacturing hub in all of North America.

Monterrey is not only the capital of the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon, but also considered the national capital of advanced industry. Located just under the tip of Texas, Monterrey is known for being the most “Americanized” city enjoying the highest per capita income in the nation.

Puebla’s proximity to Mexico City makes it a regionally important hub for the country’s main economic center. Also known by its nickname, “The City of Angels,” Puebla is the birthplace of the culinary delights; Mole Poblano and Chiles en Nogada.

Zacatecas is known for its long history in mining and metals production, along with automotive, aerospace, and agricultural manufacturing. As one of Mexico’s top contributors of precious metal exports such as gold and silver, Zacatecas modern infrastructure and high-tech mining capabilities have attracted companies from all around the world.

San Luis Potosí is centrally located in the El Bajio manufacturing region of Mexico and is bordered by 8 Mexican states. With a modern infrastructure of highways and railroads, San Luis Potosí connects international manufacturers with suppliers, distributors and major markets in North American and the world. San Luis Potosí is home to a GM and BMW automotive assembly plants.

Puebla’s proximity to Mexico City makes it a regionally important hub for the country’s main economic center. Also known by its nickname, “The City of Angels,” Puebla is the birthplace of the culinary delights; Mole Poblano and Chiles en Nogada.

Zacatecas is known for its long history in mining and metals production, along with automotive, aerospace, and agricultural manufacturing. As one of Mexico’s top contributors of precious metal exports such as gold and silver, Zacatecas modern infrastructure and high-tech mining capabilities have attracted companies from all around the world.

San Luis Potosí is centrally located in the El Bajio manufacturing region of Mexico and is bordered by 8 Mexican states. With a modern infrastructure of highways and railroads, San Luis Potosí connects international manufacturers with suppliers, distributors and major markets in North American and the world. San Luis Potosí is home to a GM and BMW automotive assembly plants.

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