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Mainland Mexico Manufacturing

Mainland Mexico Manufacturing

Welcome to mainland Mexico! Though loosely connected, the three states of Monterrey, Zacatecas and Puebla offer focused expertise covering nearly every manufacturing industry as well as supply chain support for the industrial clusters in the surrounding regions like El Bajio.

Take a Closer Look at Mainland Mexican Cities: Exploring the Unique Characteristics of Monterrey, Zacatecas, and Puebla

The mainland Mexican states of Monterrey, Zacatecas and Puebla each offer their strengths in aerospace, appliances, automotive, electronics, mining and textiles industries.

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.

Zacatecas is the national leader in gold, zinc, lead and copper mining and production. Home to many international companies, 78% of Zacatecas precious metals are exported to the United States.

In addition to mining and a steady agroindustry sector, Zacatecas is also a crucial part of the auto parts supply chain in Mexico feeding the automotive hub of Mexico in the El Bajio region. As with many locations like Tijuana and Queretaro, Zacatecas is now supporting major growth in aerospace manufacturing.

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.

With over 40% of the world’s largest manufacturers operating in Monterrey, the northernmost state of mainland Mexico has over 13 clusters supporting nearly every manufacturing industry.

Monterrey’s household appliance manufacturing industry accounts for 30% of Mexico’s national exports in the sector alone with mainstays such as Whirlpool and Mabe. Strategically located at the southern tip of Texas, Monterrey is connected to major North American transportation networks.

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.

Puebla’s proximity to Mexico City and GDP comparable to whole countries like Panama and Paraguay make it a manufacturing standout in mainland Mexico. Volkswagen has been in Puebla since 1967 and over 4 million cars were produced in the state between 2011-2018.

In addition to Puebla’s massive automotive manufacturing industry, textiles have always been a mainstay with over 95% of its textile exports bound for the United States. Companies looking to break into Mexico’s national food and beverage market will also find a well-established hub in the state of Puebla.

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INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE: MONTERREY, ZACATECAS, AND PUEBLA

Mainland Mexico: A Thriving Frontier for Industrial Real Estate Ventures

Mainland Mexico offers a dynamic and diverse landscape for industrial real estate development. From the robust manufacturing hub of Monterrey to the strategic connectivity of Zacatecas and the logistical advantages of Puebla, the region provides a range of options tailored to businesses' needs. These locations benefit from well-established transportation networks, including highways, airports, and ports, facilitating efficient movement of goods both domestically and internationally. Coupled with modern energy infrastructure, water resources, and advanced IT services comparable to those in the U.S., mainland Mexico stands as an attractive destination for industrial real estate ventures, catering to a wide spectrum of industries and supply chain demands.

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Seamless Connectivity and Infrastructure: Streamlined Travel and Logistics in Mainland Mexico's Manufacturing Hubs

With Monterrey’s massive inland port and connection to U.S. transportation highway, Zacatecas’ centrally located airport with daily flights to major U.S. cities, and Puebla’s two airports, 5 airfields and stone’s throw proximity to Mexico City, manufacturers find travel and logistics a breeze in mainland Mexico. Each state also has a modern energy infrastructure, water, and IT services on par with U.S. quality.
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Av. Benito Juarez 1102 Col. Centro
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Co-Production International, Inc. Administrative Service Provider San Diego, California

ico flag usaUSA Corporate Office
Ph: 619.429.4344 / 855.480.0837
8716 Sherwood Terrace
San Diego, CA 92154 USA

ico flag usaMexico Corporate Office
Ph: 855.480.0837
Blvd. Tomas Alva Edison 14022
Int. 7A, Tomas Alva Edison
Tijuana, BC 22163, Mexico
info@co-production.net

ico flag usaMonterrey Nuevo León Office
Av. Benito Juarez 1102 Col. Centro
Piso 4 Torre Sur, Oficina 432
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon 64000, Mexico
info@co-production.net

ico flag usaUSA Corporate Office
Ph: 619.429.4344 / 855.480.0837
8716 Sherwood Terrace
San Diego, CA 92154 USA

ico flag usaMexico Corporate Office
Ph: 855.480.0837
Blvd. Tomas Alva Edison 14022
Int. 7A, Tomas Alva Edison
Tijuana, BC 22163, Mexico
info@co-production.net

ico flag usaMexico Monterrey Office
Av. Benito Juarez 1102 Col. Centro
Piso 4 Torre Sur, Oficina 432
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon 64000, Mexico
info@co-production.net