Contract manufacturing companies in Mexico are a good way to outsource the responsibility for a planned or existing project. Outsourcing helps to keep on budget, save money or have more products in the end. Between the cost to invest in new machinery or on acquiring new equipment, you also have to think of the facility possibly needing restructuring, and a certain amount of members of staff getting trained.
Once you have done contact with a facility like ours, you would be provided with all the stages of the project development. Some companies worry about giving a part of the work to others, but as many have found out, it was the best thing to do. We have a facility in Tijuana, Mexico, and we have seen the benefits of the geographical location. Not to mention, how other companies take advantage of the following benefits.
The 7 benefits we have seen are:
- Trade agreements that work for you
- Duty-free temporary imports of raw materials and machinery
- Abundant and skilled labor force
- Has the world’s most active border crossings and international transportation options
If the main headquarters are on the U S.:
- It’s proximity to the U.S makes it easy to fly (or even drive) in to visit facilities.
- Similar time-zones
- The plentiful labor force that is largely bilingual
It is not only U. S. based companies that are taking into account the benefits of contract manufacturing companies in Mexico. Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, and Japan are among the 11 countries that are intertwined. Contract manufacturing companies in Mexico are among the industries having access to an abundant highly-skilled and low-cost labor force, ready to work for the needs of every project acquired.
These are some of the companies manufacturing in Mexico: Medtronic, Becton Dickinson, Johnson & Johnson, Plexus, Samsung, and Talos. Among other over 550 other brands that have seen the benefits of doing business with manufacturing in Mexico.
Mexico has the freest trade agreements in the world, it gives manufacturers and suppliers duty-free access to 11 countries throughout the Asia-Pacific (Canada, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Vietnam).
Major cities in Mexico have done main cluster areas in which some companies have almost a century’s worth of presence established.
The main manufacturing industries in Mexico are:
- Medical Device
- Furniture manufacturing
Mexico manufacturing companies have become known for producing quality goods in highly technical industries because of the clusters. The same industries manufacturing in a grouped city gives perks for quicker assembly and faster packaging of goods. Some examples of those cities are Guadalajara, Queretaro, and Tijuana.
Tijuana is the most visited border city in the globe. It has become a manufacturing powerhouse for companies from all over the world. Making it an important cluster for most of the 11 countries with a need for a contract manufacturing agreement in Mexico.
Manufacturing in Mexico continues to grow across most industries, both in size and sophistication. Don’t miss out on benefiting on these points for a stronger company. Together it can be done, get in contact with us for more information.