News, Insights and Best Practices for Manufacturing in Mexico

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Living in Querétaro

Querétaro, actually named Estado Libre y Soberano de Querétaro de Arteaga (Free and Sovereign state of Querétaro Arteaga), is one of the smallest states in Mexico spanning a 4,500 mile square...

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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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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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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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What to Factor into your "all-in" Cost of Manufacturing in Mexico

What is the true "all-in" cost of manufacturing in Mexico? There is plenty to tabulate when making the decision about whether and where to set up shop in Mexico, including your projected expenses...

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Manufacturing in Mexico: The border vs. the interior of Mexico

 Ever since the the Border Industrialization Program (aka the Maquiladora Program) was launched in Mexico in the 1960s, situating manufacturing operations right along the Mexico-U.S. border has...

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Made in the U.S. and Mexico: The Future of Manufacturing Partnerships

While many believe that nearshoring leads to one country profiting while the other loses out, cross-border production agreements between the U.S and Mexico actually profit both countries. The...

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Fostering ideas in Guadalajara, Mexico

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