Mexico Manufacturing Locations

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Aguascalientes
Nissan and suppliers control the market, strategic central location
Celaya
Good airport, General Motors auto cluster, great incentives
Chihuahua
Good interior alternative to Juarez, more stable infrastructure and labor base
Durango
Textiles, lower cost labor offsets difficult logistics
Ensenada
West coast port city with big plans
Guadalajara
Silicon Valley south, hi-tech labor force, 2nd largest Mexican city
Hermosillo
Ford and suppliers are the big players, great labor spot and intermodal
Juarez
Most maquila employees, established industrial culture, support
Proximity to U.S. markets is sometimes offset by labor turnover.
Lazaro Cardenas
Secondary pacific coast port, major expansion plans
Matamoros
Least congested border location
Merida
Textile center, shipping connections with U.S. gulf coast ports
Mexicali
Good infrastructure, low labor turnover, easy border crossing
Best border location by nearly every measure.
Mexico City
Capital and well connected as well as financial powerhouse
Monterrey
Industrial Capital of Mexico, best location for real
Mexico's premiere location for high-skill high-value added projects.
Nogales
Small stable labor market, access to Phoenix market
Nuevo Laredo
World's busiest port of entry, NAFTA highway and best
Puebla
Automotive, major industrial city with gulf coast access
Queretaro
Central location, excellent alternative to Mexico City, auto and aerospace hub
From agricultural center to automotive center and emerging aerospace venue in under ten years.
Reynosa
Fastest growing border location but big turnover and other challenges
Economic development office paints a rosy picture of U.S. neighbor McAllen, but McAllen isn't Reynosa.
Saltillo
Detroit south, Monterrey services without Monterrey prices
Automotive hub of Northeastern Mexico.
San Luis Potosi
Automotive and appliance center, NAFTA highway, strategic central location, intermodal facilities
Silao
Good international airport, General Motors auto cluster, great incentives
Tampico
Major gulf port with direct access to Monterrey
Tijuana
Most maquilas by number; medical manufacturing a big recent focus, management gets to live in southern California, Toyota
Proximity to Southern California is the driver for this city.
Toluca
Alternate to Mexico City, major auto cluster
Torreon
Apparel industry center, heavy manufacturing center for Caterpillar
Vera Cruz
Main gulf port of Mexico, access to Mexico City and central Mexico
Zacatecas
Strategic central location, diverse industries
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