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Saltillo Manufacturing Investment

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Saltillo, Coahuila's manufacturing base is one of Mexico's largest. In addition to being companies such as Navistar, Lennox International, Whirlpool, Polaris, Freightliner and Lay Z Boy, a large presence of the Big 3 automakers has earned Saltillo the nickname of "Little Detroit." In the City of Saltillo, The Offshore Group's Manufacturas Zapalinamé operates the La Angostura Industrial Park.
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Saltillo Manufacturing Investment

  1. 1. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  2. 2. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com 10 reasons to invest in COAHUILA <ul><li>Strategic Mexico Manufacturing Location </li></ul><ul><li>World Class Infrastructure and Access to Global Markets </li></ul><ul><li>Strong Economy Supported by Skilled and Qualified Workforce </li></ul><ul><li>Competitive Production Costs </li></ul><ul><li>Industrially Diversified Manufacturing Region </li></ul><ul><li>Opportunities to Speed Innovation </li></ul><ul><li>High Quality of Life </li></ul><ul><li>Low Cost of Living </li></ul><ul><li>Professional and Supportive Government </li></ul><ul><li>Who is Doing Business in Coahuila ? </li></ul>
  3. 3. 1 STRATEGIC LOCATION For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  4. 4. STATE OF COAHUILA Pacific Ocean CANADA MEXICO Located northeast of Mexico and bordering with the US SOUTH AMERICA STATE OF COAHUILA Atlantic Ocean UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Coahuila has become a competitive international investment destination For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  5. 5. 2 WORLD CLASS INFRASTRUCTURE & ACCESS TO GLOBAL MARKETS For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  6. 6. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com 512Mi 413Mi 347Mi 173Mi 189Mi 119Mi 173Mi 180Mi 340Mi 143Mi 245Mi 640Mi 688Mi Table of Distances Source: Ersys Access to Europe Manzanillo Lázaro Cárdenas Access to Asia Sea Ports International Bridges Access to North America A region with constant flow of products, services and people Access to global markets international airports, bridges and sea ports
  7. 7. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com 5 5,387 miles 5 1,378 More than More than 1 Industrial parks International Airports* of railroad tracks of roads 8 9 miles 3 3 The State has a world class infrastructure with direct influence in the performance and economic growth of companies World Class Infrastructure Universities & institutes of higher education 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
  8. 8. 3 STRONG ECONOMY SUPPORTED BY SKILLED AND QUALIFIED WORKFORCE For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  9. 9. Coahuila, example nationally in economic development More than 2,000 export companies (Number of firms) Source: Mexican Business Information System. 2010. Online information:http://www.siem.gob.mx 1 st   Place nationally in  enterprises that export. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  10. 10. 4 COMPETITIVE PRODUCTION COSTS For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  11. 11. We have the highest industrial productivity in the country; each worker produces more than USD $20,000 per year… Ranks 1st place nationally on manufacturing industry’s productivity <ul><li>Stable relations between unions and companies </li></ul><ul><li>Business-oriented labor culture to achieve competitiveness </li></ul>Productivity in Manufacturing Industry* 2010 (USD/Worker/year) *Note: Productivity is calculated as total output in the manufacturing industry, divided by the number of workers on the industry. Exchange Rate at $12.80 MXP/USD Source: SIREM, INEGI, Secretariat of Economic Development, Coahuila Institute of Employment. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  12. 12. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com 2010 … an also one of the most educated workforce in Mexico in the Educational System Average Number of Years Source: INEGI. 4° Trim. 2009. Coahuila Aguascalientes Chihuahua Guanajuato Jalisco Nuevo León Puebla Querétaro San Luis Potosí 10.1 9.9 9.4 8.3 9.3 10.3 8.3 9.3 9.1 Source: INEGI. 3er Quarter 2010
  13. 13. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com Coahuila’s labor force is also characterized by its stability and commitment to the company Monthly Labor Turnover and Absenteeism Occupational Level Labor Competitiveness Survey SEFOMEC 2010 Survey Coparmex 2010 Survey Delphi 2010 Turnover Absenteeism Turnover Absenteeism Turnover Absenteeism Direct Labor 2.6% 1.2% 2% 1% 1.22% 1.12% Source: CCH Unscheduled Absence Survey 2010. Bureau of Labor Statistics. SEFOMEC with information of COPARMEX and Delphi Enterprise. 0 strikes in the region In the last 20 years Turnover: 2.2% Rates in the US (2010) Absenteeism: 2.5%
  14. 14. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com <ul><li>Whirlpool </li></ul><ul><li>Flextronics </li></ul><ul><li>Mabe </li></ul><ul><li>General Electric </li></ul><ul><li>Sumbeam Oster </li></ul><ul><li>Standard Components </li></ul><ul><li>WC Wood </li></ul>12,000 ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC Main Companies The industry employs more than workers in the state Source: INEGI. Secretariat of Economic Development.
  15. 15. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com GRADUATES 2010 Technical and Higher Education Distribution ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS, 2010 Technical Education Higher Education 147 89 Source: Secretariat of Public Education of Coahuila (SEyCC) 9,788 E&T Graduates Total Graduates 23,897 Social & Administrative Education & Humanities Engineering & Technology Health Sciences 5% 39% 9% 41% 5% Natural & Exact Sciences 1% Agriculture Sciences
  16. 16. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com QUALITY OF LIFE is the border state with: The lowest percentage of crime victims The smallest number of reported felonies The highest perception of safety Source: Third National Survey on Insecurity. Citizen Institute of Insecurity Studies Coahuila
  17. 17. 10 WHO IS DOING BUSINESS IN COAHUILA ? For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  18. 18. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com Success stories in Coahuila Source: Secretariat of Economic Development.
  19. 19. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com Your company More than 5 billions dollars of private investments in the last two years Source: Secretariat of Economic Development.
  20. 20. Saltillo Northern Carboniferous Central Laguna South-East COAHUILA REGIONS For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  21. 21. Main Industries 100% = 148,987 jobs Formal Employment, Dec. 2010 Per Capita Annual USD* $9,591 92,456 Economically Active Population (Workforce) GDP Main Companies 52% 26% 6% 15% Manufacturing Retail & Service Construction Others locates the most important automotive cluster of the country THE SOUTH EAST REGION SOUTH-EAST REGION Automotive Aerospace Metal-Mechanics Electric and Electronics Information Technologies Chrysler, GM, Freightliner John Deere Caterpillar Whirlpool Flextronics Economic contribution to the state 54.8 % Economic contribution to the state * Note: Data 2010. Estimations SEFOMEC with information from the Index of Human Development 2010 and Banamex. Source: Permanent Employees Report. IMSS Coahuila. XII Population and housing Census. INEGI, Banamex, Secretariat of Economic Development For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  22. 22. 3,125 E&T Graduates Total Graduates 8,117 ACADEMIC Institutions , 2010 Technical Education Higher Education 42 28 Social & Administrative Education & Humanities Engineering & Technology Health Sciences 5% 32% 14% 38% 9% Natural & Exact Sciences 2% Agriculture Sciences 2010 Technical and Higher Education Distribution GRADUATES SOUTH-EAST REGION Source: Secretariat of Public Education of Coahuila (SE y CC) For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  23. 23. Arteaga General Cepeda Parras Ramos Arizpe Saltillo 84 36 21 5 23 6 35 10 64 160 73 QUALITY of Life Temples and Churches Hospitals and Clinical Recreation Centers Golf Courses Museums Theatres Cinemas Public Libraries Hotels Restaurants Banks Source: Secretariat of Economic Development SOUTH-EAST REGION For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com

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