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logo-bmak13The annual event BajaMak 2013 is coming up on October 24th in Tijuana, Mexico. The trade show and expo highlights the manufacturing industry in the Baja California border region and will host manufacturing industries from the electronic, medical devices, metal mechanical, aerospace and automotive sectors. The exhibitors will promote their supplying needs, products and services.

BajaMak has become an important venue in Northwest Mexico for companies looking to tap into the $13 billion suppliers market within the region's manufacturing industry. This year's event is expected to feature over 250 exhibitors (suppliers and buyers) and draw more than 2,500 attendees.

Co-Production International will be exhibiting at the show. Our expertise is on helping companies establish their manufacturing operations in Mexico, offering several programs; the Shelter (Maquiladora) program for companies seeking a turnkey entry into Mexico, the Independent Corporation for manufacturers who wish no legal o financial exposure and Administrative Services which allows our clients to pick from a menu of services.

Do your strategic goals include the following?
  • Maximizing bottom-line profits
  • Reducing labor costs by 50% to 80%
  • Maintaining "just-in-time" delivery schedules within miles of the U.S.
  • Increase production output by 16%
  • Securing intellectual property rights and Plant operational control

If so, we would be delighted to speak with you at the event, please call 619 429 4344 or contact us at to schedule a time to meet at the conference.
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