Mexico Manufacturing Startup Information - MexicoGov.org

The Government of Mexico will welcome you in 2017 to join thousands of U.S., European, Asian & Canadian manufacturers for your Mexican manufacturing startup. Mexico offers an exceptional manufacturing platform for the aerospace, auto, medical device, and consumer durables industries including their Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 suppliers. The traditional cities of Monterrey, Puebla, Toluca, and Guadalajara are doing well while others including Queretaro, Chihuahua, and Mexicali are now Mexico aerospace clusters. From plastics to metals and engines to air conditioners, Mexico is an ideal spot for foreign investment.

A great resource for those needing quick accurate information on Mexican manufacturing and incentives without all the hype.
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As an economic development group covering Mexico industrial cities from Mexicali & Tijuana to Juarez & Chihuahua, Monterrey & Saltillo, Queretaro & San Luis Potosi, and other Mexican manufacturing cities, we offer these no-cost reports to facilitate Mexico manufacturing and shelter investments.

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