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Mexico offers a wide industrial base, going from OEM's to contract manufacturers. Whether you are looking for a fabrication or an assembly, we can help you identify the right offer.

We can give you our input following these simple steps:

1) Understanding your objectives
2) Having access to drawings and specs
3) Do a screening of Mexico's potential offer

Mexico represents an important market. With over 130 Million inhabitants and merely 5,000 Maquiladora plants spread among the biggest cities in the Country.

You can have access to the Mexican market, you just need to have a skilled local task force that knows what doors to knock.

If you have more than 50 employees, then relocating your whole operation (or part of it) into Mexico makes a lot of sense.

As you already know, Mexico's main driver continues to be it's labor force, and at USD $3,50 the hour setting your line South of the Border can bring significant cost savings.

Our group of experts can explain you the do's and don'ts of setting up an operation in MX. In a 1 hr zoom meeting we can give you a glance of the ABC's to run your own Mexican shop.

Mexico as an option

By finding the right contract manufacturer in Mexico you will save money, but mostly you will have peace of mind. Mexico's long history of partnership with the US, have given us plenty of experience and business mindset. Forget about long waiting times, different time zones and uncertainties. Schedule your zoom meeting today and find out why Mexico is the best solution for your manufacturing needs.

High Quality

Wide Supplier Base

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Skilled Workforce

Operations Close to Home

Lower Costs

High Quality

Wide Supplier Base

Minimize Risks

Skilled Workforce

Operations Close to Home

Lower Costs

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Set Up in Mexico

Set Up in Mexico

The average hourly wage for production operators in Mexico is about USD $3.60 per hour. Even skilled laborers, like production engineers, receive a much lower income compared to the U.S. because Mexico’s cost of living is lower. Aside from cost savings, one of the main advantages of manufacturing in Mexico is its proximity to the […]

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The average hourly wage for production operators in Mexico is about USD $3.60 per hour. Even skilled laborers, like production engineers, receive a much lower income compared to the U.S. because Mexico’s cost of living is lower.

Aside from cost savings, one of the main advantages of manufacturing in Mexico is its proximity to the U.S. It’s easy to fly (or even drive) in to visit any facility. Communication is simpler since the Mexican facility is in the same time zone as corporate headquarters (or three hours difference at the most).

We understand moving a line to another country is not an overnight process. It represents a very strong decision and you want to look at it from all angles. Be sure we will follow up accordingly, and that doesn’t mean calling you every other month.

We have partnered with the best specialists for you to understand the soft – landing process. Companies from the US that want to either relocate or expand into Mexico usually want to know the ABC’s of legal, taxes, customs, real estate, shelter and HR. Our team will schedule a 30 – 60 min. conference call with you and will gladly explain the do’s and don’ts when doing business in Mexico.

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Set Up in Mexico

Set Up in Mexico

Set Up in Mexico

Contract Manufacturing

Contract Manufacturing

Want to look up for a contract manufacturer in Mexico but don’t know where to start? Mexico offers a wide diversity of open capacities that go from simple manual processes such as kitting or fulfillment, to more complex fabrication processes such as die castings and sheet metal, going through electronic assembly-testing-refurbishing to even automation. Most […]

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Want to look up for a contract manufacturer in Mexico but don’t know where to start?

Mexico offers a wide diversity of open capacities that go from simple manual processes such as kitting or fulfillment, to more complex fabrication processes such as die castings and sheet metal, going through electronic assembly-testing-refurbishing to even automation. Most likely, there will be offer for your demand.

We can help you identify potential contract manufacturers so you can compare and choose the right fit.

Pay for just one, or pay for a bunch.

Some of the most popular capacities are:
– Electronic: Assembly, testing, refurbish; fabrication (PCB’s, harnesses).
– Fabrication: CNC, castings, sheet metal, metal fab.
– Assembly: Kitting, fulfillment.

– You name it!

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Contract Manufacturing

Contract Manufacturing

Contract Manufacturing

Sourcing

Sourcing

Looking to resource your supply chain from China or the US? Mexico might be the right choice. As companies understand that China has steadily increased its prices, plus cultural barriers together with longer lead times, sometimes the best bet is to look south. If you are buying your components in China or the US, chances […]

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Looking to resource your supply chain from China or the US? Mexico might be the right choice. As companies understand that China has steadily increased its prices, plus cultural barriers together with longer lead times, sometimes the best bet is to look south.

If you are buying your components in China or the US, chances are you can find them in Mexico, but without the hassle.

Plastic-related, metal, wood, or just any kind of material base, we can do a screening in Mexico to find the best companies for you to partner with.

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Sourcing

Sourcing

Sourcing

Selling in Mexico

Selling in Mexico

Mexico represents a big market for companies that want to supply the industrial base. From automotive to aerospace, metal-mechanic and medical devices, the supply chain is long and always looking for better prices. Mexico has more than 5,000 manufacturing industries that buy all type of raw and assembled products. If you are looking to know […]

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Mexico represents a big market for companies that want to supply the industrial base. From automotive to aerospace, metal-mechanic and medical devices, the supply chain is long and always looking for better prices.

Mexico has more than 5,000 manufacturing industries that buy all type of raw and assembled products. If you are looking to know the feasibility to supply the Mexican market, we can certainly help.

Need to have a front guy South of the border?
We can help.

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Selling in Mexico

Selling in Mexico

Selling in Mexico

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