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Co-Production's Strategic Partners for Manufacturing in Mexico

Our "Know-Who" Developed Strategic Business Partnerships

When doing business in Mexico, it is crucial to have a strong network of professionals and experts. These relationships deliver powerful business benefits while manufacturing in Mexico and increased value to our customers. Our partners are governmental and private organizations from San Diego, Northern Baja California and Mexico City that include distinguished leaders in business, government and the Mexico manufacturing industries.

From permits and licenses for manufacturing in Mexico, governmental support for business development and Mexican legal framework expertise, to industrial developers and site selection teams, Co-Production International, Inc. works with the best and brightest of partners to make sure you are always supported while doing business in Mexico.

With these Partners Success is at Your Fingertips

RLJones

Founded in 1938, RL Customhouse Brokers have over 350 employees with 11 licensed brokers at every major US Southern port of entry and in Mexico. Their trained and motivated team of professionals delivers integrated services to meet your Import/Export, warehousing, transportation and freight forwarding needs, with the highest degree of integrity.

More information: https://www.rljones.com/

g global

G-Global: A customs and logistics agency with nearly 100 years’ experience, a pioneer in Baja California and one of the first customs agencies to be established in all of Mexico. Experts in international trade, G-Global processes tens of thousands of import/export declarations every year.

More information: https://g-global.com.mx/

Thomas Alva Edison Industrial Park

TAEIP Logo Industrial Park

Thomas Alva Edison Industrial Park: A responsible, progressive and 100% locally-owned. The environmentally friendly and modern industrial park utilized the more efficient and longer lasting recycled concrete, onsite water reclamation, and underground infrastructure maintaining a low carbon footprint.

More information: khonold@btel.com.mx

secretaria de desarrollo economico baja california mexico

SEDECO Baja California: Main goal is to ensure the attractiveness of Baja California as a strategic location for local, national and global investment, and guarantee a better quality of life.

More information: http://www.bajacalifornia.gob.mx/sedeco/

sedeti

SEDETI: Main goal is to promote de economic development of the City of Tijuana.

More information: http://www.sedeti.tijuana.gob.mx/

tijuana economic development corporation

Tijuana EDC: A non-profit business organization with over 120 companies committed with the region’s industrial development. Tijuana EDC is formed by business from both sides of the border, amongst our members are the most outstanding companies in different areas of expertise.

More information: https://tijuanaedc.org/

us mexico chamber commerce

US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce: Incorporated in 1973 as a non-profit corporation, is a chartered bi-national organization that promotes trade and investment among the two American nations. The Chamber represents more than 1,000 businesses in the United States and Mexico.

More information: http://usmcoc.org/

AIMO

aimo Asociacion de Industriales de la Mesa de Otay: Our goal is to help the needs of our members so that they can operate productively, with the right infrastructure and security. We offer them social programs, information, jobs, training, educations and government paperwork guidance.

More information: http://aimo.org.mx/

consejo nacional de la industria maquiladora manufacturera de exportacion index

Index Tijuana - Asociación de la Industria Maquiladora y de Exportación de Tijuana: Asociación civil con más de 40 años contribuyendo firmemente al desarrollo de la Industria Maquiladora y Manufacturera de Exportación o IMMEX de nuestra región. Brindamos servicios a nuestros socios en las ciudades de Tijuana, Tecate, Playas de Rosarito y Ensenada.

More information: https://indextijuana.org.mx/

Industrial Development Commission Mexicali

Industrial Development Commission of Mexicali: We are a pioneer model for economic development and FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) attraction in Mexico. This organization was created to attract, retain and expand the manufacturing and industrial activities in the city and it has been assisting assisting many companies through alliance with community partners for over 31 years.

More information: http://www.mexicaliindustrial.com/

otay mesa chamber of commerce san diego tijuana mexico manufacturing partner

Otay Mesa Chamber of Commerce: The premiere San Diego business organization" providing its members with business resources and access to local and global markets. Poised by the economic impacts developed by the creation of the Otay Mesa Port of Entry in 1985, the Chamber was founded in 1987 under the leadership of a group of visionary businessmen who wanted to have their interests represented.

More information: https://www.otaymesa.org/

vesta industrial park mexico logo

Vesta Industrial Real Estate Fund: Mexican company, founded in 1998 with the purpose to develop industrial infrastructure: Industrial Parks, "Build to Suit" and Spec buildings for lease. Currently, the company has presence in 11 States and 95% of its customers are multinational firms dedicated to light manufacturing and distribution.

More Information: http://www.vesta.com.mx/

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