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Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
Coahuila 1109 en
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  • 1. 10 reasons to invest in COAHUILA 1. Strategic Location 2. World Class Infrastructure and Access to Global Markets 3. Strong Economy Supported by Skilled and Qualified Workforce 4. Competitive Production Costs 5. Regions Industrially Diversified 6. Opportunities to Speed Innovation 7. High Quality of Life 8. Low Cost of Living 9. Professional and Supportive Government 10. Who is Doing Business in Coahuila
  • 2. Your best choice: COAHUILA STRATEGIC LOCATION
  • 3. CANADA Our State has become a competitive international investment destination Atlantic UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF Ocean COAHUILA STATE OF COAHUILA Pacific Ocean MEXICO Our state, located northeast of Mexico Located northeast of States has become a and bordering with United SOUTH Mexico and borderinginvestmentUS competitive international with the d AMERICA
  • 4. Your best choice: COAHUILA WORLD CLASS INFRASTRUCTURE & ACCESS TO GLOBAL MARKETS
  • 5. A region with constant flow of products, services and Access Access to to people North global markets America international airports, bridges and sea ports 143Mi 245Mi 340Mi 173Mi Access to 119Mi Europe 189Mi 180Mi 173Mi 347Mi 413Mi 640Mi 688Mi 512Mi Distance Table Access to Asia Manzanillo Lázaro Source: Ersys Cárdenas
  • 6. Strong highway connectivity that facilitates commercial flow within Mexico and the United States San Antonio privileged location situated in the crossing of the two most important federal highways of Mexico (highways 57 and 40) Sea Ports International Bridges Source: Secretariat for Transports and Comunications
  • 7. The two railroad companies of Mexico Topeka Railroads cross through Coahuila. Shreveport El Paso Dallas – Ft. Worth Ojinaga San Antonio Piedras Negras Galveston Laredo Corpus Christi Monclova Altamira Torreon Kansas City Southern Saltillo Ferromex* Mazatlan Tampico Sea Ports Tepic International Bridges Mexico City Manzanillo Veracruz Lazaro *Note: Ferromex and connections within the US Source: Kansas City Southern, Ferromex and Cardenas Secretariat of Economic Development
  • 8. The State has a world class infrastructure with direct influence in the performance and economic growth of companies World Class Infrastructure 52 More than 5 International airports* 5,181 miles of roads More than Industrial parks 88 Universities & institutes 1,378 miles of railroad tracks of higher education 3 1 International border bridges International border by railway *Note: Coahuila has 3 airports with commercial flights (Monclova, Torreón and Saltillo). Acuña and Piedras Negras’ airport have capacity to receive international flights. Source: Secretariat of Communications and Transport (SCT). Government of Coahuila – Secretariat of Economic Development
  • 9. Your best choice: COAHUILA STRONG ECONOMY SUPPORTED BY SKILLED AND QUALIFIED WORKFORCE
  • 10. A strong industrial sector makes Coahuila an exceptional opportunity to do business GDP Structure Selected States of México* 3.1% 4.0% 6.5% 6.6% 8.0% 1.7% 6.4% 2.8% 7.2% PRIMARY SECTOR SERVICE 55.9% 60.8% 66.2% 64.3% 65.6% 66.3% 62.2% 56.3% 57.3% SECTOR INDUSTRIAL 41.0% 35.2% 27.3% 29.1% 26.4% 32.0% 31.4% 40.9% 35.5% SECTOR Jalisco Aguascalientes Nuevo León Puebla Querétaro San Luis Potosí Guanajuato Chihuahua COAHUILA *Note: GDP Average. Data from 2001 to 2006 Source: SIREM
  • 11. We have the highest industrial productivity in the country; each worker produces more than USD $40,000 per year… Productivity in Manufacturing Industry* Ranks 1st place 2006 (USD/Worker/year) nationally on manufacturing Coahuila $40,241 industry’s productivity Aguascalientes $33,215 Chihuahua $17,579 • Stable relations between unions and companies Guanajuato $17,410 Jalisco $14,554 • From 1998 to 2006, Coahuila ranked 1st place nationally on productivity and Nuevo León $33,165 competitiveness, according to the State’s Puebla $16,530 Institute of Employment Querétaro $31,106 • Business-oriented labor culture to achieve $20,334 competitiveness San Luis Potosí *Note: Productivity is calculated as total output in the manufacturing industry, divided by the number of workers on the industry. Exchange Rate at $11.00 MXP/USD Source: SIREM, INEGI, Secretariat of Economic Development, Coahuila Institute of Employment.
  • 12. … an also one of the most educated workforce in Mexico Average Number of Years in the Educational System WORKFORCE 2007 9.8 9.6 9.1 9.0 10.1 9.1 8.4 8.0 7.9 Nuevo Leon Chihuahua San Luis Querétaro Coahuila Jalisco Puebla Aguascalientes Guanajuato Source: INEGI. 3° Trim. 2007.
  • 13. Coahuila’s labor force is also characterized by its stability and commitment to the enterprise Monthly Labor Turnover and Absenteeism Labor Competitiveness Survey Coparmex 2006 Survey Delphi 2007 Occupational Survey SEFOMEC 2007 Level Turnover Absenteeism Turnover Absenteeism Turnover Absenteeism Direct Labor 2.06% 2.35% 2% 1% 1.22% 1.12% Rates in the US (2006) Turnover: Absenteeism: 0 strikes in 1.9% 2.5% the region In the last 16 years Source: CCH Unscheduled Absence Survey 2006. Bureau of Labor Statistics. SEFOMEC with information of COPARMEX and Delphi Enterprise.
  • 14. Your best choice: COAHUILA COMPETITIVE PRODUCTION COSTS
  • 15. Our labor market provides an important opportunity to reduce costs, our region has the lowest wages among industrial states MAQUILA STATISTICS 2006* $1.98 $5.44 $4.68 $1.85 $1.76 $1.76 $4.22 $1.72 $3.63 $3.51 Coahuila Sonora Chihuahua Nuevo Leon Tamaulipas Coahuila Chihuahua Sonora Tamaulipas Nuevo Leon Technician Wage (USD/hr) Direct Labor Wage (USD/hr) Coahuila’s minimum wage: 4.82 USD / Day** Notes: *Wages without benefits. Benefits around 20-30% of wages. Exchange rate 10.90 MXP/USD. ** Minimum wage for January 2008 for Zone A. Source: INEGI; Secretariat of Economic Development
  • 16. Your best choice: COAHUILA REGIONS INDUSTRIALLY DIVERSIFIED
  • 17. Coahuila has a solid and diversified industrial structure … a. Largest consolidated automotive industry cluster in Mexico b. A metal-mechanic industry fully developed across the state c. The biggest steel producer in Mexico d. Strong plastic industry that supports other regional industries e. An electrical and electronics industry that concentrates companies recognized globally for their competitiveness f. A rapidly growing aerospace industry g. The fourth biggest mining industry Source: Secretariat of Economic Development
  • 18. Automotive Industry AUTOMOTIVE Main Companies INDUSTRY Chrysler General Motors Johnson Controls Delphi Coahuila is Mexico’s Freightliner Magna Lear Stabilus number one producer of vehicles Approximately 26% of national production The state has the most important automotive cluster in México more than 480,000 vehicles every year Source: INEGI / AMIA 2007
  • 19. METAL- MECHANIC Main Companies Cifunsa Lincoln Electric John Deere Pace Industries Estampados Magna Brown Corporation DeAcero Industrias Quest Rassini We produce Material Handling Caterpillar Dudek and Bock more than Trinity Industries Nacco 13 of the total national % metal-mechanic industry products Basic Metal industry and Metalic Source: Economic Census 2004 Secretariat of Economic Development. Products industry

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