News, Insights and Best Practices for Manufacturing in Mexico

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Manufacturing in Mexico with USMCA

Canada has finally agreed to join the modernization of NAFTA and entered into the U.S. - Mexico trade deal that is now being called, USMCA. The new agreement is essentially NAFTA 2.0 and has been...

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Mexico's IP Treaties and Agreements

Mexico is a well known global collaborator in trade, culture, and research initiatives. For this reason, Intellectual Property Rights are protected at any means necessary. As an international...

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U.S. Mexico Trade Agreement: What It Means For Manufacturers

The recent “NAFTA talks” between Mexico and the U.S. are coming to a close as negotiators have agreed on trade stipulations between both countries. The new agreement mostly focuses on automotive...

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Environmental Regulations Matter When Manufacturing in Mexico

Increased trade between Mexico and the U.S. translates to more U.S. businesses leveraging the nearshoring advantages of manufacturing in Mexico. As a result, an understanding of the the country's...

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The Offshore Group Gains Competitive Advantage In Supply-Chain Security

The Offshore Group is now OEA certified in Guaymas and Empalme, Sonora. This Certification extends to The Offshore Group’s current and future Client operations. The Authorized Economic Operator...

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Mexican Intellectual Property Rights

Mexico’s industrial property law and the federal copyright law both cover intellectual property rights in Mexico. Many government agencies overlook intellectual property rights protection based on...

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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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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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Mexico's Share of the Global Marketplace is Growing

U.S. businesses have chosen Mexico as their offshoring destination for years, and the country is quickly gaining ground in the global marketplace. According to CNBC, Mexico offers U.S. companies a...

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Border Adjustment Tax Explained

In late July, U.S. congress decided to remove plans for a Border Adjustment Tax (BAT) from the discussed trade reform and NAFTA negotiations. The BAT would have taxed imports to the U.S. from...

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