Growth in the Mexico Textile Manufacturing Industry

Textile manufacturing in Mexico accounted for many maquiladora operations along the border until the late 1990’s and early 2000’s when most of it left for China. However, specialized Mexico textile manufacturers remain, such as leather manufacturing and other products that required a more skilled labor force. Specialty textiles for the filter, automotive and medical device industries continue to expand in Mexico and now with hyperinflation in China, more textile manufacturers are once again exploring Mexico as a viable option.

Growth in the Mexico Textile Manufacturing Industry

Textile manufacturing in Mexico accounted for many maquiladora operations along the border until the late 1990’s and early 2000’s when most of it left for China. However, specialized Mexico textile manufacturers remain, such as leather manufacturing and other products that required a more skilled labor force. Specialty textiles for the filter, automotive and medical device industries continue to expand in Mexico and now with hyperinflation in China, more textile manufacturers are once again exploring Mexico as a viable option.

Now that the minimum wage in Mexico is competitive with China, clothing manufacturers are considering “re-shoring” their operations back to Mexico. The Mexico textile industry is a logical location for clothing manufacturing, given their need to get product to market quickly for each season and for just-in-time manufacturing practices.

For over 22 years, NAPS’ Administration and Compliance Management Program has been assisting textile industry manufacturers in Mexico by handling virtually 100% of their on-going Human ResourceAccounting (in Mexico)Import/ExportEnvironmental Health & Safety and all government compliance for each functional administrative department in the plant so the manufacturer can focus on production, quality control and growth. NAPS helps clothing manufacturers in Mexico mitigate the risk of expanding to a foreign country by shifting all administrative responsibility (and in most cases, liability) to our team of over 200 professionals in Mexico.

Contact us or call us at 866-724-1123 today to learn more about how NAPS specializes in helping companies relocate textile manufacturing in Mexico and to see how we can facilitate the entire process.

Now that the minimum wage in Mexico is competitive with China, clothing manufacturers are considering “re-shoring” their operations back to Mexico. The Mexico textile industry is a logical location for clothing manufacturing, given their need to get product to market quickly for each season and for just-in-time manufacturing practices.

For over 22 years, NAPS’ Administration and Compliance Management Program has been assisting textile industry manufacturers in Mexico by handling virtually 100% of their on-going Human ResourceAccounting (in Mexico)Import/ExportEnvironmental Health & Safety and all government compliance for each functional administrative department in the plant so the manufacturer can focus on production, quality control and growth. NAPS helps clothing manufacturers in Mexico mitigate the risk of expanding to a foreign country by shifting all administrative responsibility (and in most cases, liability) to our team of over 200 professionals in Mexico.

Contact us or call us at 866-724-1123 today to learn more about how NAPS specializes in helping companies relocate textile manufacturing in Mexico and to see how we can facilitate the entire process.

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