News, Insights and Best Practices for Manufacturing in Mexico

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Understanding the OEA Certification

The NEEC certification has been updated to be known as an OEA in Mexico, or an Authorized Economic Operator. The OEA certification caims to strengthen supply chain security of foreign trade in...

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Manufacturing in Tijuana

Mexican border cities are the mecca of manufacturing for companies who need to lower costs, connect with their customers, and find skilled employees. Manufacturing in Tijuana is a prime example of...

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Understanding NAFTA Trade Stipulations: PROSEC Mexico

Understanding the facets of the North American Free Trade Agreement is invaluable if your company is manufacturing in Mexico.

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3 Places to Build Your Maquiladora in Mexico

There are many places for businesses to consider for expanding to Mexico. Three of the recently popular maquiladora locations are Jalisco, Coahuila, and Sonora. Depending on what your business...

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What Drives the Automotive Industry in Queretaro and the Bajio?

Automotive manufacturing in Queretaro has grown immensely since the arrival of a manufacturing boom in 2005. Although the success was attributed to the aerospace industry, automotive manufacturing...

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Severance Pay in Mexico

When thinking about costs and employees in Mexico, managing severance under labor law is important, especially when dealing with labor competition from other operations. HR departments are smart...

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5 Ways to Manufacture in Mexico

There are many modes of entry to help decide how to expand a manufacturing operation into Mexico. Many times the deciding factors deal with the preparation for and understanding of operation...

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Manufacturing in Mexico: Shelter Company or Full Subsidiary?

Once the decision is made to establish a manufacturing in Mexico operation, the question is how to go about making it happen?  Unlike many countries in which the only option is to establish a...
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Manufacturing Communities are Next-Level Shelter Companies

Many companies who manufacture in Mexico choose the services of a shelter company. A shelter company allows manufacturers to operate in Mexico as a foreign entity in an industrial site, without...

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Mexico’s Industrial Health and Safety Regulations

In the world of manufacturing, there is always the possibility of an accident occurring, or someone’s health being affected adversely by workplace activities. The reason there are not more mishaps...

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