News, Insights and Best Practices for Manufacturing in Mexico

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Industrial Electricity and Utility Rates in Mexico

Manufacturing utilities in Mexico, specifically electricity and water rates, are calculated to comply with market fluctuation and environmental agreements. The recent implementation of an energy...

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Investment and Infrastructure in Queretaro

In the past decade Queretaro has grown into a productive, educated and overall prosperous manufacturing location. Access to major cities in Mexico and the U.S. make the state a major manufacturing...

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Canadian Investment in Mexico’s Manufacturing Industry

In 2016, Canada was Mexico’s second largest trading partner after the U.S., and one of Mexico’s main sources for foreign direct investment. Trade and investment enables both countries to become...

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Defining Nearshore Manufacturing in Mexico

Nearshore Manufacturing is a cost effective way to manufacture in neighboring countries for closer product distribution, skilled labor, trade benefits, and financial stability. In recent years...

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2016 Year in Review for Manufacturing in Mexico

In 2016, Mexico manufacturing had important advancements in technological innovation, infrastructure, foreign investment, education, regulation and the economy. Take a look at some of the most...

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Queretaro's Manufacturing Workforce

The industrial sector has become part of the professional culture in Queretaro as automotive, aerospace, and other manufacturing industries became a natural career endeavor for the population....

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Understanding the NEEC Certification

 

The NEEC certification aims to strengthen supply chain security of foreign trade in Mexico by establishing, in coordination with the private sector, and minimizing internationally-recognized...

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Understanding Anexo 24 / Annex 24

 Anexo 24, or Annex 24, is a statute mandated by the Mexican Customs and Tax Authority that requires industry taxpayers to use an automatized inventory control system that monitors all temporary...

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Advantages of Manufacturing in Hermosillo, Sonora

In 1986, the Ford Motor Company began operations at its Hermosillo Stamping and Assembly Plant in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. The opening of this facility represented a milestone for Mexico's...

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Common Logistical challenges of Manufacturing in Mexico

Offshore manufacturing in Mexico has become increasingly sophisticated over the last few decades as companies have flocked to the country for its low labor costs, reliable transportation...

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