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Mexico Logistics & Infrastructure
for Import and Export

Where Next Door Means Reduced Costs and Unmatched Speed to Market Baja California is Mexico’s most western state located just south of California.
 
The Tijuana/San Diego border region is one of the largest in the world for both tourism and commercial trade. With the enactment of NAFTA, Mexico has invested significantly in infrastructure improvements to maintain existing roads and transportation corridors, as well as investing in new infrastructure in order attract new commercial trade to the region.

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Mexico Highways Transportation

Mexico Highways & Transportation

US border protectionTijuana and the Otay Mesa Commercial border crossings are located just minutes south of San Diego, California, giving commercial transportation access to all major North American trade corridors and NAFTA highways.

Baja California has a strong network of well-maintained highways with Highway 1 as the major artery connecting the entire state to the US via San Diego. Running east from Tijuana, Highway 2 provides direct connection to eastern commercial land ports of entry like those in Nogales and El Paso.

Deep Water Seaports in Mexico

Deep Water Seaports in Mexico

ensenada port baja california mexicoIn addition to several thousand miles of highways and railways used to move raw materials and finished products throughout the region and to major North American markets, Baja California also has one deep water port located in Ensenada. A mere 63 miles south of Tijuana/San Diego, Ensenada’s Deep Water Port Port is directly linked to over 60 major international commercial ports, including the global container ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach and Hong Kong. 

Airports in Mexico and Baja California

Airports in Mexico and Baja California

aeropuerto internacional tijuanaMexico has 65 international airports with Tijuana’s International Airport conveniently located just east of the city center taking only 10 minutes by car to reach most major industrial hubs.

cbxExecutives also enjoy access to San Diego’s International located 20 minutes from the Tijuana and the US/Mexico border.  The San Diego/Tijuana Crossborder Xpress (CBX) is an enclosed pedestrian skywalk bridge for Tijuana Airport passengers who need to cross the US/Mexico border as a part of their trip.  US executives are utilizing this new infrastructure investment to make business travel to and from the US, Tijuana and other parts of Mexico to speed up travel and avoid driving across the border.

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Low Utility Costs

Mexico has very low utility costs when compared to other major growth markets. For example, the capital of Baja California, Mexicali, lies just east of Tijuana, supplies most of its inhabitant’s electricity from hydroelectric power provided by the Colorado River.

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New Facility Sites

Currently, utility costs are 4% less than in China. Within the last 2 years Mexico also made the electrical infrastructure for new facility sites easier to obtain by streamlining procedures, offering training opportunities to private contractors, using a geographic information system (GIS) to map the electricity distribution network and increasing the stock of materials.

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New Water Plants

cespt baja californiaA majority of the water supply for Tijuana is obtained from the Colorado River. The Baja California State Water Commission (CESPT) opened two new water treatment plants in Tijuana in 2010 for recycled water meant specifically for industrial use. These two new facilities were certified by the North American Bank.

“Being a finished goods contract manufacturer of medical devices, cost is a huge deal for us, as is proximity to the United States.”

"Tijuana’s proximity to San Diego also reduces the time and cost to ship components to ICON’s aircraft assembly facility in California."

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