Labor Overhead
Supply
Source: Bloomberg Businessweek
In 2012,
unit labor costs in china
(i.e., wages adjusted
for productivity) grew to
equal th...
Jodi Tinson
Chrysler media relations
Boston Consulting
Group projects that,
by 2015 average total
manufacturing costs
in Mexico could be
6% less than in China
...
Mexican industrial
clusters, chiefly
automotive and
aerospace,
are growing.
Mexico has developed highly
specialized, natio...
Guido Vildozo
Auto Analyst at researcher IHS
Source: Bloomberg Businessweek
Mexico is a major auto
manufacturer. 89 of the
world’s top 100 auto parts
makers have produ...
Lutz Bertling
Eurocopter President/CEO
Who opened a $ 100 million, 130.000-sq.-ft. factory
in Queretaro in February 2013
Appliance manufacturing is one
of the industries predicted to see
significant production gains in
Mexico in the near futur...
Jeff Liker
Professor of Engineering,
University of Michigan
Manufacturing in Mexico: A Few Statistics
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Manufacturing in Mexico: A Few Statistics

  1. 1. Labor Overhead Supply
  2. 2. Source: Bloomberg Businessweek In 2012, unit labor costs in china (i.e., wages adjusted for productivity) grew to equal those in Mexico. By 2015, Mexico will be around 29 percent less expensive.
  3. 3. Jodi Tinson Chrysler media relations
  4. 4. Boston Consulting Group projects that, by 2015 average total manufacturing costs in Mexico could be 6% less than in China and 20%-30% lower than in Japan, Germany, Italy, and Belgium.
  5. 5. Mexican industrial clusters, chiefly automotive and aerospace, are growing. Mexico has developed highly specialized, national expertise in certain industries, making it even more attractive as an expansion point for companies.
  6. 6. Guido Vildozo Auto Analyst at researcher IHS
  7. 7. Source: Bloomberg Businessweek Mexico is a major auto manufacturer. 89 of the world’s top 100 auto parts makers have production in the country. The companies are concentrated in five Central Mexico states, reducing transportation costs.
  8. 8. Lutz Bertling Eurocopter President/CEO Who opened a $ 100 million, 130.000-sq.-ft. factory in Queretaro in February 2013
  9. 9. Appliance manufacturing is one of the industries predicted to see significant production gains in Mexico in the near future. Other industries include transportation goods, computers and electronics, and machinery. Boston Consulting Group
  10. 10. Jeff Liker Professor of Engineering, University of Michigan

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