News, Insights and Best Practices for Manufacturing in Mexico

Insights

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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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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Understanding the NEEC Certification

 

The NEEC certification is a program that aims to strengthen supply chain security of foreign trade in Mexico by establishing, in coordination with the private sector, and minimize...

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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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Mexican manufacturers should prepare for solar power growth

 

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Taking insecurity out of the supply chain with shelter services

Many companies turn to nearshoring when they fear losing control of their business to distance but want to take advantage of the labor, resources and trade conditions foreign partners can provide....

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Mexico isn't India: Unique manufacturing benefits of nearshoring

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Industrial safety regulations impact manufacturing in Mexico

Regardless of the location, the possibility of accidents or health concerns are heightened in the manufacturing industry. Manufacturing environments expose workers to a number of factors including:

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Environmental regulations matter when manufacturing in Mexico

In the past, many businesses considered expanding to Mexico or elsewhere to escape the strict environmental regulations in the U.S. Increased trade between Mexico and the U.S. translates to more...

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Manufacturing in Mexico vs China: IP protection

Companies considering offshoring their operations to a foreign country have much to consider. One important aspect of expanding to foreign borders is intellectual property. If a business is going...

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