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Manufacturing Plants and Factories in Mexico

North American Production Sharing specializes in expanding U.S. and International manufacturing operations to Mexico. Let us show you why NAPS has earned a superb reputation as a leading administrative compliance management service provider. We offer services in expanding International and American factories in Mexico’s following regions:

 

Tijuana

Tijuana is a dominant city in Mexico with economic and industrial influence across the nation. Bordering San Diego, California to the north, Rosarito to the South, and 130 miles west of the State Capital Mexicali, Tijuana has over 550 maquiladoras servicing the automotive, electronics, consumer products, industrial, aerospace, and medical device industries.

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Rosarito

Located only 35 minutes from the U.S. border, Rosarito offers some of the same benefits of manufacturing in Tijuana but in a smaller city environment.

 

Tecate

Located along the U.S. border, Tecate is approximately 30 minutes east of Tijuana and is ideal for companies looking to manufacture outside a big city. Tecate has multiple industrial parks with easy access to highways connecting it with the U.S. and Tijuana.

 

Mexicali

As the capital State of Baja California and the second largest city in the region, Mexicali is a thriving desert city with a strong agricultural and manufacturing economy.  Over the past decade, manufacturing in Mexicali has added to the city’s economic strength, earning it the distinction of having one of Mexico’s highest standards of living.

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Juarez

Foreign companies manufacturing in Juarez, Mexico can be traced back to the early days of the maquiladora industry in the 1960’s. Sharing its border with El Paso, Texas and along the Rio Grande (Río Bravo del Norte), Juarez is centrally located and ideal for distributing finished goods throughout the United States and Canada.

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San Luis Potosi

San Luis Potosi’s close proximity to major Mexican cities, such as Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterey has contributed to the growth of the Maquiladora industry over the past 30 years. 

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Aguascalientes

Manufacturing in Aguascalientes has exploded over the past two years due to the expansion of the big automotive companies, such as Nissan, Mazda, GM, Honda, and Volkswagen. Hundreds of automotive suppliers from around the world are exploring manufacturing in Aguascalientes.

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Silao

Home to the largest industrial park in Guanajuato, Silao is conveniently located near the General Motors assembly plant and Leon International Airport.

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Irapuato

Located in the heart of Guanajuato, Irapuato is the ideal location for automotive suppliers manufacturing in Mexico.

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Salamanca

Home to Mazda’s new automotive assembly plant, Salamanca is ideal for automotive suppliers manufacturing in Mexico.

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Celaya

Close to Queretaro and home to Honda’s new automotive assembly plant, Celaya makes a perfect location for manufacturing in Mexico.

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Queretaro

Queretaro is located in the central part of Mexico in a region known as Bajío about 135 miles (220 kilometers) northwest of Mexico City.  

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Zacatecas

Strategically located about 450 miles southwest of Laredo, Texas and less than 100 miles north of Mexico’s largest automotive OEM cluster in the “Bajio” region of central Mexico, Zacatecas is now home to many large, multinational manufacturers who need to participate in both the United States and Mexico automotive supply chain.

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Puebla

Located in East-Cental Mexico almost directly between Mexico City, Hidalgo, México, Tlaxcala and Morelos, and Veracruz, Mexico’s largest Atlantic marine port, Puebla is Mexico’s fourth largest city with a population greater than 5 million people.

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Saltillo

Saltillo is located only 90 miles southwest of Monterrey, Mexico and about 250 miles to the border of Laredo, Texas, making it a logical choice for foreign companies manufacturing in Mexico.

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  • Tijuana, Mexico  

    Tijuana

    Tijuana is a dominant city in Mexico with economic and industrial influence across the nation. Bordering San Diego, California to the north, Rosarito to the South, and 130 miles west of the State Capital Mexicali, Tijuana has over 550 maquiladoras servicing the automotive, electronics, consumer products, industrial, aerospace, and medical device industries.

    More About Tijuana »
  • Rosarito, Mexico  

    Rosarito

    Located only 35 minutes from the U.S. border, Rosarito offers some of the same benefits of manufacturing in Tijuana but in a smaller city environment.

  • Tecate, Mexico  

    Tecate

    Located along the U.S. border, Tecate is approximately 30 minutes east of Tijuana and is ideal for companies looking to manufacture outside a big city. Tecate has multiple industrial parks with easy access to highways connecting it with the U.S. and Tijuana.

  • Mexicali, Mexico  

    Mexicali

    As the capital State of Baja California and the second largest city in the region, Mexicali is a thriving desert city with a strong agricultural and manufacturing economy.  Over the past decade, manufacturing in Mexicali has added to the city’s economic strength, earning it the distinction of having one of Mexico’s highest standards of living.

    More About Mexicali »
  • Juarez, Mexico  

    Juarez

    Foreign companies manufacturing in Juarez, Mexico can be traced back to the early days of the maquiladora industry in the 1960’s. Sharing its border with El Paso, Texas and along the Rio Grande (Río Bravo del Norte), Juarez is centrally located and ideal for distributing finished goods throughout the United States and Canada.

    More About Juarez »
  • San Luis Potosi, Mexico  

    San Luis Potosi

    San Luis Potosi’s close proximity to major Mexican cities, such as Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterey has contributed to the growth of the Maquiladora industry over the past 30 years. 

    More About San Luis Potosi »
  • Aguascalientes, Mexico  

    Aguascalientes

    Manufacturing in Aguascalientes has exploded over the past two years due to the expansion of the big automotive companies, such as Nissan, Mazda, GM, Honda, and Volkswagen. Hundreds of automotive suppliers from around the world are exploring manufacturing in Aguascalientes.

    More About Aguascalientes »

  • Silao, Mexico  

    Silao

    Home to the largest industrial park in Guanajuato, Silao is conveniently located near the General Motors assembly plant and Leon International Airport.

    More About Silao »
  • Irapuato, Mexico  

    Irapuato

    Located in the heart of Guanajuato, Irapuato is the ideal location for automotive suppliers manufacturing in Mexico.

    More About Irapuato »
  • Salamanca, Mexico  

    Salamanca

    Home to Mazda’s new automotive assembly plant, Salamanca is ideal for automotive suppliers manufacturing in Mexico.

    More About Salamanca »
  • Celaya, Mexico  

    Celaya

    Close to Queretaro and home to Honda’s new automotive assembly plant, Celaya makes a perfect location for manufacturing in Mexico.

    More About Celaya »
  • Queretaro, Mexico  

    Queretaro

    Queretaro is located in the central part of Mexico in a region known as Bajío about 135 miles (220 kilometers) northwest of Mexico City.  

    More About Queretaro »
  • Zacatecas, Mexico  

    Zacatecas

    Strategically located about 450 miles southwest of Laredo, Texas and less than 100 miles north of Mexico’s largest automotive OEM cluster in the “Bajio” region of central Mexico, Zacatecas is now home to many large, multinational manufacturers who need to participate in both the United States and Mexico automotive supply chain.

    More About Zacatecas »
  • Puebla, Mexico  

    Puebla

    Located in East-Cental Mexico almost directly between Mexico City, Hidalgo, México, Tlaxcala and Morelos, and Veracruz, Mexico’s largest Atlantic marine port, Puebla is Mexico’s fourth largest city with a population greater than 5 million people.

    More About Puebla »
  • Saltillo, Mexico  

    Saltillo

    Saltillo is located only 90 miles southwest of Monterrey, Mexico and about 250 miles to the border of Laredo, Texas, making it a logical choice for foreign companies manufacturing in Mexico.

    More About Saltillo »

 

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Plants and Factories in Mexico

Locations in Mexico

North American Production Sharing specializes in expanding U.S. and International manufacturing operations to Mexico. Let us show you why NAPS has earned a superb reputation as a leading administrative compliance management service provider. We offer services in expanding International and American factories in many of Mexico’s regions.

Mexico Manufacturing Locations

Manufacturing in Mexico continues to grow at a strong pace and can be found throughout the country.

The birth of the maquila industry began along the border states of Mexico and the U.S and continues to represent a large portion of the manufacturing growth in Mexico. The expansion of the Mexico aerospace industry, as well as the automotive industry in areas of central Mexico has exploded during the past 3 years, which has resulted in a dramatic increase of manufacturing plants in Mexico. This trend continues to attract more new foreign investment for plants in Mexico than any other region of the country. Contact NAPS today to learn the benefit of setting up factories in Mexico.

Choosing the optimal manufacturing location can be challenging and is often the first major decision foreign companies must make when expanding their footprint to Mexico. As part of its full-service Administration and Compliance Management Program, NAPS’ site selection process was carefully developed and refined over the past 22 years to ensure its clients receive accurate and complete information on every location under consideration.

Because NAPS does not own commercial real estate in Mexico, and is not affiliated with any real estate brokers or industrial developers in Mexico, our only agenda is to identify the best strategic location for each client. Whether our clients choose to buy land and build their own facility or lease a building inside one of many industrial parks in Mexico, NAPS is there to assist with all the details and negotiations throughout the process. Contact us today to learn more!

Where NAPS Manages Factories in Mexico

NAPS currently offers its premier Administration and Compliance Management Program in the following areas for companies interested in manufacturing in Mexico:

To learn more about NAPS’ experience and services in expanding to Mexico factories and production, contact us or call us today at 800-551-8581.

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