Mexico is Now Back
The average Mexican productivity-adjusted labor costs are now estimated to be 13% lower China’s. Add attractive electricity and natural-gas costs, and Mexico’s total costs are estimated to be 5% below those of China, 9% below those of the U.S., and 25% below those of Brazil, Latin America’s largest economy.
Arizona – Mexico Commission:
Nogales Get is Right!
The Mariposa Land Port of Entry in Nogales, AZ, is the fourth busiest land port of entry in the United States. Since late 2013, 8 commercial lanes, 56 commercial dock spaces and 12 car lanes have been operational and additional improvements will be completed by August of this year. While the new port promises efficiency for current business, it also holds a wealth of potential for expanding the way business is done.
Embassy of the USA in Mexico:
Mariposa Land Port of Entry in Nogales, Arizona
Ambassador Wayne inaugurated Mariposa Port of Entry in Nogales, Arizona and stated that “we need to look forward to the next 20 years and see other areas where we can further trade, integration, enhance regulatory cooperation, and increase the flow of people goods and services. Thanks to efforts such as the new Mariposa POE, all of the US and Mexico will benefit from these connections."
Improving the ports of entry at Nogales
Fostering the economic growth and development of our community, the gateway for more than $20 billion of imports and exports. Founded in December 2004, the Greater Nogales Santa Cruz County Port of Authority brings together the key stakeholders from the Ambos Nogales area together to address issues that impact our ports of entry.
Red Hot Locations:
China is no longer low cost
China is no longer a low-cost area, especially if the company in China is manufacturing for foreign companies…Underlining the importance of employee retention, IBM exhorted ‘vibrant suburban communities with limited commute, quality of life and cheaper housing’.
Four Reasons Mexico is becoming a global manufacturing power
Mexico is beginning to beat China as a manufacturing base for many companies despite its higher crime rate, according to a new report from Boston Consulting Group. Mexico’s gain is a plus for the U.S. because Mexican factories use four times as many American-made components as Chinese factories do... http://www.businessweek.com/
Exporters leave China but find rising costs elsewhere
Rising labor costs in southern China have in recent years driven manufacturers to set up shop elsewhere in search of cheaper labor—Bangladesh, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Cambodia, among other countries. The transition hasn’t always been easy—nor are the labor cost savings necessarily long-lived.
New York Times:
How Mexico Got Back In the Game
IN India, people ask you about China, and, in China, people ask you about India: Which country will become the more dominant economic power in the 21st century? I now have the answer: Mexico.
We have industrial buildings of various specifications ready to operate and strategically located throughout the city of Nogales, Sonora, MX.
We have a wide variety of land throughout our industrial parks where we can build specifically to suit your needs within a 4 to 6 month period, through a lease agreement at a competitive monthly rent.
The “Nogales Sur Development” is a new master development at a choice location, close enough to the border as to enjoy all of its benefits but sensibly separated from the troubles of the city. Be the first one to take advantage of its excellent topography.