Automotive & Aerospace
By Xavier Hurtado
Manufacturing Expansion Facilitator
facilitator@ManufacturingInMexico.com
www.Man...
What we’ll cover today:
• 10 Reasons to start manufacturing or distribution operations in Mexico
• 1 Step to find business...
10 REASONS TO START MANUFACTURING OR
DISTRIBUTION OPERATIONS IN MEXICO
Leveraging Mexico’s advantages for your profitabili...
10 Reasons to Start Manufacturing or
Distribution Operations in Mexico
1. Immediate access to the US market, the largest m...
Myth: Everything in Mexico will
be inexpensive
Facts:
• Labor will be very inexpensive –
up to 80% in savings compared to
...
Myth: There is low quality in the
labor force in Mexico
Facts:
• The labor force in Mexico is
trained to meet internationa...
Myth: Security in Mexico is a
threat to manufacturers
Facts:
• Manufacturers have not
been threatened since they
do not ha...
Mexico took the 8th place among the top 40 Vehicle producers on a global level!
International Organization of Motor Vehicl...
Automotive, Autoparts & Heavy Duty Industry in
Mexico
Automotive Clusters and
Supply Chain Integration
Ford – Success story
Diesel engines plant in
Chihuahua with an
investment of 800 million
USD, this being the first
time th...
Mexico reported 232
aerospace companies that
employed more than
30,000 workers in 2010,
and primarily serve the US,
Canadi...
Aerospace Industry in Mexico
Aerospace Clusters and
Supply Chain Integration
Labinal – Safran Group
• Labinal operates two plants in the
state of Chihuahua that are
focused on electrical systems.
• T...
Bombardier Success Story
• Bombardier opened its new plant
in Querétaro Aerospace Park, with
an investment of 255.9 millio...
Other Industries that have
grown in Mexico:
From OEMs and assembly operators to Tiers 3
• Appliances
• Engineering Design
...
Mexico is the most cost effective
location for US companies as far as
labor and freight
2011 US Manufacturing-Outsourcing ...
1 STEP TO FIND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
WITH THE AEROSPACE, AUTOMOTIVE AND
AUTOPARTS INDUSTRIES IN MEXICO
Locating opportuni...
Company
A
Stamping
Machining
Company
B
Company
C
Supplier
Company B
Stamping
Stamping
Supplier
Company A
Supplier
Company ...
v
v
Some of the Companies that participated in
the pool:
Aerospace Automotive Metal Mechanic Electronic
Plastics Energy Ge...
Who was this opportunity for?
Key suppliers from these industries will be able to bid
$357,070,791.18 USD
109 M
79 M
116M
...
CURRENT POOL
US $357 M
Products
• Electronic Components
• Wire / Cable
• Metals
• Resins
• Packaging
•Screws
• Labels
• Pl...
14 M USD
41 M USD
26 M USD
22 M USD
0.6 M USD
12 M USD
8 M USD 6 M USD
0.2 M USD
Who was this opportunity for?
Do you prov...
$-
$10,000,000
$20,000,000
$30,000,000
$40,000,000
$50,000,000
$60,000,000
Products Pool
18 M USD
49 M USD
56 M USD
28 M U...
$-
$2,000,000
$4,000,000
$6,000,000
$8,000,000
$10,000,000
$12,000,000
$14,000,000
$16,000,000
$18,000,000
Nonwovenrolls(c...
This 2014, we will develop the same business framework: we will determine
the purchasing pool of the 22 most industrialize...
5 STEPS TO DO SITE SELECTION IN MEXICO
Elements to consider to find the most cost-effective location
Site Selection Process
Selected Site
Due Dilligence
Specific Site Selcetion
Site Rough Cut Cost Analylsis Evaluation Matri...
Understanding the Project
• Project Scope: What?
– Product, Facility Size, Volumes, Equipment, Headcount & Skills,
Utiliti...
“Information IS NOT
Knowledge”
- Albert Einstein
Key Factors to consider for Regional &
Specific Site Selection:
 Business Environment
 Labor
 Demographics
 Academic I...
 Business Environment
• Labor
• Demographics
• Academic
Infrastructure
• Quality of Life
• Political Environment
• Geogra...
• Business Environment
 Labor
• Demographics
• Academic
Infrastructure
• Quality of Life
• Political Environment
• Geogra...
• Business Environment
• Labor
 Demographics
• Academic
Infrastructure
• Quality of Life
• Political Environment
• Geogra...
• Business Environment
• Labor
• Demographics
 Academic
Infrastructure
• Quality of Life
• Political Environment
• Geogra...
• Business Environment
• Labor
• Demographics
• Academic
Infrastructure
 Quality of Life
• Political Environment
• Geogra...
• Business Environment
• Labor
• Demographics
• Academic
Infrastructure
• Quality of Life
 Political Environment
• Geogra...
• Business Environment
• Labor
• Demographics
• Academic
Infrastructure
• Quality of Life
• Political Environment
 Geogra...
• Business Environment
• Labor
• Demographics
• Academic
Infrastructure
• Quality of Life
• Political Environment
• Geogra...
• Business Environment
• Labor
• Demographics
• Academic
Infrastructure
• Quality of Life
• Political Environment
• Geogra...
• Business Environment
• Labor
• Demographics
• Academic
Infrastructure
• Quality of Life
• Political Environment
• Geogra...
Cost Analysis
For both the Regional & Specific Site Analysis, operating
cost scenarios must be determined by considering t...
Evaluation Matrix
City / Site / Building
Option A Option B Option C
Key Factors
 Company defines priorities & weights of ...
Due Diligence
 Zoning
 Ownership
 Utilities Feasibility
 Water
 Sewage
 Electricity
 Natural Gas
 Permits & Regist...
Local Knowledge is Key to :
 Obtain up-to-date & detailed information
 Clearly differentiate pros and cons of the availa...
5 Business models to start
manufacturing or distribution
operations in Mexico
Different ways to leverage Mexico’s advantag...
5 Business models
• Finding a Joint Venture
Partner
• Acquiring an existing
operation
• Starting up with a
Stand Alone ope...
5 Business models
 Finding a Joint Venture
Partner
• Acquiring an existing
operation
• Starting up with a
Stand Alone ope...
5 Business models
• Finding a Joint Venture
Partner
 Acquiring an existing
operation
• Starting up with a
Stand Alone ope...
5 Business models
• Finding a Joint Venture
Partner
• Acquiring an existing
operation
 Starting up with a
Stand Alone ope...
5 Business models
• Finding a Joint Venture
Partner
• Acquiring an existing
operation
• Starting up with a
Stand Alone ope...
5 Business models
• Finding a Joint Venture
Partner
• Acquiring an existing
operation
• Starting up with a
Stand Alone ope...
10 things to look for in a Start
up Partner or Shelter Program
Make sure you get the following benefits:
1. Free Cost Mode...
How to start up manufacturing or
distribution operations in Mexico
You can start up in a shelter program protecting your c...
10 things to look for in a Start up
Partner or Shelter Program
Make sure you get the following benefits:
1. Free Cost Mode...
Request your seat for one of our next commercial
missions in key automotive and aerospace clusters.
You will visit:
• 2 au...
Request your seat for our next commercial mission in Key
Automotive and Aerospace `regions
http://CommercialMission.Manufa...
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  1. 1. Automotive & Aerospace By Xavier Hurtado Manufacturing Expansion Facilitator facilitator@ManufacturingInMexico.com www.ManufacturingInMexico.com Business Opportunities in Mexico
  2. 2. What we’ll cover today: • 10 Reasons to start manufacturing or distribution operations in Mexico • 1 Step to find business opportunities with the Aerospace, Automotive and Autoparts industries in Mexico • 5 Steps to do Site Selection in Mexico • 5 ways to start up your manufacturing or distribution operations in Mexico • 1 step to request your FREE Pass for one of our Commercial Missions in Mexico
  3. 3. 10 REASONS TO START MANUFACTURING OR DISTRIBUTION OPERATIONS IN MEXICO Leveraging Mexico’s advantages for your profitability
  4. 4. 10 Reasons to Start Manufacturing or Distribution Operations in Mexico 1. Immediate access to the US market, the largest market in the world. 2. Immediate re-manufacturing turnaround: 1 or 2 days. 3. Skilled, available and affordable labor: up to 80% in savings 4. Technical training support: Schools, R&D and training centers. 5. Quality culture: ISO900, SIX SIGMA, NADCAP, AS9100, etc 6. Solid Manufacturing Clusters & Supply Chains: more than 3,000 foreign companies doing business in Mexico. 7. Tariffs savings: free Trade Agreements with 45 countries 8. Legal certainty for Intellectual Property 9. Tax incentives: No VAT and NO Income Tax under the Shelter Programs for the first four years of operations. 10.Developed “Soft-landing” culture to help manufacturers and distributors to start up operations in Mexico in a fast-track, risk-free shelter programs.
  5. 5. Myth: Everything in Mexico will be inexpensive Facts: • Labor will be very inexpensive – up to 80% in savings compared to certain locations in North America. • Utilities, logistics, real estate leasing and utilities will be about the same costs as in the US.
  6. 6. Myth: There is low quality in the labor force in Mexico Facts: • The labor force in Mexico is trained to meet international quality standards at technical training centers or at their own academic institutions. • Manufacturing plants have gotten their certifications in ISO 9000, NADCAP, AS9000 and other certifications on their first attempt.
  7. 7. Myth: Security in Mexico is a threat to manufacturers Facts: • Manufacturers have not been threatened since they do not handle cash in their day-to-day operations. • Manufacturers already established in Mexico have not left the country, but they have expanded or plan to expand their operations in Mexico.
  8. 8. Mexico took the 8th place among the top 40 Vehicle producers on a global level! International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA) Mexico’s Light Vehicles Exports Mexico is the #1 Autopart supplier for the US Automotive Industry Numbers & Trends
  9. 9. Automotive, Autoparts & Heavy Duty Industry in Mexico
  10. 10. Automotive Clusters and Supply Chain Integration
  11. 11. Ford – Success story Diesel engines plant in Chihuahua with an investment of 800 million USD, this being the first time that the diesel engine is being manufactured in America with flexibility for vehicles which can use alternative fuel.
  12. 12. Mexico reported 232 aerospace companies that employed more than 30,000 workers in 2010, and primarily serve the US, Canadian, German and French markets Source: Aerostrategy Mexico – Global Leader in Aerospace Manufacturing Investment Attraction
  13. 13. Aerospace Industry in Mexico
  14. 14. Aerospace Clusters and Supply Chain Integration
  15. 15. Labinal – Safran Group • Labinal operates two plants in the state of Chihuahua that are focused on electrical systems. • The future plan is to bring other service lines to Mexico, thanks to the positive experience the company has enjoyed operating in Mexico over the last 20 years, where the great advantage has been based on Mexican engineering talent. • Labinal is the company that offers the largest number of jobs in the entire sector, with more than 2,000 employees including engineers and technicians.
  16. 16. Bombardier Success Story • Bombardier opened its new plant in Querétaro Aerospace Park, with an investment of 255.9 million USD. This project will generate approximately 1,105 direct jobs. • The Learjet 85 is a project surrounded by technological innovation, the use of new compound materials for the production of structures such as the fuselage, wings, control surfaces, among other pieces, will facilitate the creation of a completely different airplane from the current Learjet models. The production of the first Learjet 85 prototype is an achievement for the Mexican aerospace sector.
  17. 17. Other Industries that have grown in Mexico: From OEMs and assembly operators to Tiers 3 • Appliances • Engineering Design • Electronic • Food • Heavy industry • Metal Mechanical • Multimedia • Petrochemical & plastics • Pharmaceutical • Software • Textile
  18. 18. Mexico is the most cost effective location for US companies as far as labor and freight 2011 US Manufacturing-Outsourcing Cost Index
  19. 19. 1 STEP TO FIND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE AEROSPACE, AUTOMOTIVE AND AUTOPARTS INDUSTRIES IN MEXICO Locating opportunities in the supply chain in Mexico
  20. 20. Company A Stamping Machining Company B Company C Supplier Company B Stamping Stamping Supplier Company A Supplier Company C Plastic Injection Machining Machining Plastic Injection Plastic Injection In 2013, in coordination with the National Manufacturing Association (INDEX) we detected similar needs in the supply chain of different companies. We integrated their needs into a common purchasing pool and organized a B2B event between purchasers and suppliers in the city of Chihuahua, Mexico.
  21. 21. v v Some of the Companies that participated in the pool: Aerospace Automotive Metal Mechanic Electronic Plastics Energy GenerationMedical Various
  22. 22. Who was this opportunity for? Key suppliers from these industries will be able to bid $357,070,791.18 USD 109 M 79 M 116M 3 M 27 M 4 M 19 M Automotive Aerospace Electronic Energy Generation Medical Metal-Mechanic Plastic
  23. 23. CURRENT POOL US $357 M Products • Electronic Components • Wire / Cable • Metals • Resins • Packaging •Screws • Labels • Plastic Injection Molds • Springs • Chemicals • Rubber Processes • Stamping • Plastic Injection • Die Casting • Machining • Sheet Metal • Forging • Welding • Finishing Specific Products • Non Woven Rolls • Clear Plastics • Metal Structures • Coated Fabrics • Solar Glasses • Hardware US$132M US $52M US$174M Who was this opportunity for? Suppliers who provide…
  24. 24. 14 M USD 41 M USD 26 M USD 22 M USD 0.6 M USD 12 M USD 8 M USD 6 M USD 0.2 M USD Who was this opportunity for? Do you provide these type of processes? $132,750,723.26 USD Processes Pool
  25. 25. $- $10,000,000 $20,000,000 $30,000,000 $40,000,000 $50,000,000 $60,000,000 Products Pool 18 M USD 49 M USD 56 M USD 28 M USD 12 M USD 3M USD 1 M USD .3 M USD .2M USD .1 M USD $174,260,128.39 USD Who was this opportunity for? Do you provide these type of products?
  26. 26. $- $2,000,000 $4,000,000 $6,000,000 $8,000,000 $10,000,000 $12,000,000 $14,000,000 $16,000,000 $18,000,000 Nonwovenrolls(co-polyester) Nonwovenrollspolipropileno MetalicStructures AirHoseandCylindres CoatedFabrics ElectricandElectronicSupplies SolarGlass TFMChemicals Formsofcardboard/plaster Encoders,Cards,USB,Sensors PersonalProtectiveEquipment Bearings Various 3 M USD 18 M USD 5.8 M USD 2 M USD 10.3M 1 M USD Specific Products Pool $50,059,197.61 Who was this opportunity for? Do you provide these type of specific products?
  27. 27. This 2014, we will develop the same business framework: we will determine the purchasing pool of the 22 most industrialized regions in the country and host a B2B event in November in Mexico city. Are you interested in participating in this opportunity? If these opportunities, make sense for your company to be in Mexico, in the following pages, you will learn how to find the right location, how to start your operation and how to join us for our Commercial Missions in key regions in Mexico. To Pre-register for this business opportunity go to: http://Opportunities.ManufacturingInMexico.com
  28. 28. 5 STEPS TO DO SITE SELECTION IN MEXICO Elements to consider to find the most cost-effective location
  29. 29. Site Selection Process Selected Site Due Dilligence Specific Site Selcetion Site Rough Cut Cost Analylsis Evaluation Matrix Final Site Selection Regional Site Selection Cities Rough Cut Cost Analysis Evaluation Matrix Final City Selection Understanding the Project Project Scope Company Objective Corporate Criteria
  30. 30. Understanding the Project • Project Scope: What? – Product, Facility Size, Volumes, Equipment, Headcount & Skills, Utilities & Consumption, Raw Material(s), Supply Base, Customer(s)... • Company Objective: Why Mexico? – Cost reduction, Proximity to Customer(s), Logistics, Suppliers.... • Corporate Criteria – Time Frame – Buy or Lease – Existing or BTS Facility – Project Confidentiality / Company Exposure – City Profile • Border, interior, big, small. – Expat Quality of life – Outside or Inside Industrial Park – Curb Appeal
  31. 31. “Information IS NOT Knowledge” - Albert Einstein
  32. 32. Key Factors to consider for Regional & Specific Site Selection:  Business Environment  Labor  Demographics  Academic Infrastructure  Quality of Life  Political Environment  Geography & Climate  Accessibility  Supply Base  Infrastructure
  33. 33.  Business Environment • Labor • Demographics • Academic Infrastructure • Quality of Life • Political Environment • Geography & Climate • Accessibility • Supply Base • Infrastructure • Turnover Rate • Absenteeism • Labor Environment • Unemployment Rate* • Labor Availability • Labor Culture / Vocation • Union Presence • Established Companies & Competitors Key Factors to consider for Regional & Specific Site Selection:
  34. 34. • Business Environment  Labor • Demographics • Academic Infrastructure • Quality of Life • Political Environment • Geography & Climate • Accessibility • Supply Base • Infrastructure • Availability • Skills • Fully Loaded Cost Key Factors to consider for Regional & Specific Site Selection:
  35. 35. • Business Environment • Labor  Demographics • Academic Infrastructure • Quality of Life • Political Environment • Geography & Climate • Accessibility • Supply Base • Infrastructure • Population • Total • Economically Active • Average Age • People Entering the Workforce Key Factors to consider for Regional & Specific Site Selection:
  36. 36. • Business Environment • Labor • Demographics  Academic Infrastructure • Quality of Life • Political Environment • Geography & Climate • Accessibility • Supply Base • Infrastructure • Universities • Community Colleges • Technical Schools • Training Centers • Research Centers Key Factors to consider for Regional & Specific Site Selection:
  37. 37. • Business Environment • Labor • Demographics • Academic Infrastructure  Quality of Life • Political Environment • Geography & Climate • Accessibility • Supply Base • Infrastructure • Residential Areas • Country Clubs • Lodging • Restaurants • Hospitals • Shopping Malls • Convention Centers • Cultural / Sport Activities • Financial Services • Bilingual Schools & Universities • Expat Community Key Factors to consider for Regional & Specific Site Selection:
  38. 38. • Business Environment • Labor • Demographics • Academic Infrastructure • Quality of Life  Political Environment • Geography & Climate • Accessibility • Supply Base • Infrastructure • Attitude towards business • Incentives • Political party in power Key Factors to consider for Regional & Specific Site Selection:
  39. 39. • Business Environment • Labor • Demographics • Academic Infrastructure • Quality of Life • Political Environment  Geography & Climate • Accessibility • Supply Base • Infrastructure • Topography • Temperature • Humidity • Prevailing Winds • Rainfall • Elevation Key Factors to consider for Regional & Specific Site Selection:
  40. 40. • Business Environment • Labor • Demographics • Academic Infrastructure • Quality of Life • Political Environment • Geography & Climate  Accessibility • Supply Base • Infrastructure • Airports • Commercial / Cargo • Domestic / international flight’s frequency • Main roads connections • Railroad connections • Distance to other cities • Distance to the port of entry • Parcel services • Freight services • Freight costs • Air • Land • Rail • Sea Key Factors to consider for Regional & Specific Site Selection:
  41. 41. • Business Environment • Labor • Demographics • Academic Infrastructure • Quality of Life • Political Environment • Geography & Climate • Accessibility  Supply Base • Infrastructure • Services • Maintenance • Special processes • Heat treatment • CNC Machining • Chemical • Tool & Die Casting • Injection Molding • NDT • Other • Metrology • Laboratory • Raw Materials. Key Factors to consider for Regional & Specific Site Selection:
  42. 42. • Business Environment • Labor • Demographics • Academic Infrastructure • Quality of Life • Political Environment • Geography & Climate • Accessibility • Supply Base  Infrastructure • Industrial Parks • Location • Available Buildings • Available Land • Building Lease Rate • Land Prices • Rail Spur • Utilities • Water • Potable • Treated • Sewage • Electricity • Tension (Low, High, Mid) • Natural Gas • Telecommunications • Copper, Fiber, Wireless Key Factors to consider for Regional & Specific Site Selection:
  43. 43. Cost Analysis For both the Regional & Specific Site Analysis, operating cost scenarios must be determined by considering the following: + Labor + Process Utilities + Freight, Customs & Logistics + Building (Lease Rate, Triple Net, Utilities, CAM Fees) + Administrative = Monthly Operating Cost & Fully Burdened Cost/hr
  44. 44. Evaluation Matrix City / Site / Building Option A Option B Option C Key Factors  Company defines priorities & weights of the factors to be considered
  45. 45. Due Diligence  Zoning  Ownership  Utilities Feasibility  Water  Sewage  Electricity  Natural Gas  Permits & Registrations  Easements  Site Studies  Soil Mechanics  Topographic  Environmental Studies  Phase One  Phase Two After selecting a site, a due diligence process is required: Note: you can by-pass this long and costly process by leasing your industrial facility in Mexico with a credited real estate company
  46. 46. Local Knowledge is Key to :  Obtain up-to-date & detailed information  Clearly differentiate pros and cons of the available options  Avoid unnecessary problems & costly mistakes before and after the operation.
  47. 47. 5 Business models to start manufacturing or distribution operations in Mexico Different ways to leverage Mexico’s advantages for your operations
  48. 48. 5 Business models • Finding a Joint Venture Partner • Acquiring an existing operation • Starting up with a Stand Alone operation • Contract Manufacturing • Starting up with a Shelter Program
  49. 49. 5 Business models  Finding a Joint Venture Partner • Acquiring an existing operation • Starting up with a Stand Alone operation • Contract Manufacturing • Starting up with a Shelter Program – They might be experts to do business in Mexico – They might speed up the start up process due to local networking – They might be well connected to help you import & export – You do not have full control of your operation – You have the risk of losing your intellectual property – You will face liabilities in Mexico in case of any mistakes or problems with the operations
  50. 50. 5 Business models • Finding a Joint Venture Partner  Acquiring an existing operation • Starting up with a Stand Alone operation • Contract Manufacturing • Starting up with a Shelter Program – Employees will already have the needed training for your process – Legal and operational permits might already be compliant – High entrance cost – You will be responsible for all the previous and ongoing legal and operational liabilities
  51. 51. 5 Business models • Finding a Joint Venture Partner • Acquiring an existing operation  Starting up with a Stand Alone operation • Contract Manufacturing • Starting up with a Shelter Program – You will have full control of your operation – High entrance cost – High and costly learning curve – Lack of local networking – High risk and liabilities for all legal, labor, fiscal and customs start-up and operational permits (functions that are not your core business)
  52. 52. 5 Business models • Finding a Joint Venture Partner • Acquiring an existing operation • Starting up with a Stand Alone operation  Contract Manufacturing • Starting up with a Shelter Program – You will never have control of your production – You risk your intellectual property
  53. 53. 5 Business models • Finding a Joint Venture Partner • Acquiring an existing operation • Starting up with a Stand Alone operation • Contract Manufacturing  Starting up with a Shelter Program – You will have immediate access to the local networking and know- how to do business in Mexico – You have full control of your operation – You can start up in less than 9 weeks – You can choose to not have a legal entity in Mexico – No liabilities in Mexico: labor, fiscal, legal and other operational permits
  54. 54. 10 things to look for in a Start up Partner or Shelter Program Make sure you get the following benefits: 1. Free Cost Model Simulation comparing different regions 2. Flexible commitment: on any size project (headcount or Sq. Ft.) 3. No entrance or exit fee at the termination of your contract (with coordinated exit strategies) 4. Fast and worry free start-up operations (9 weeks) 5. Flexibility on how to operate in Mexico: incorporated or not Incorporated 6. Tax Savings: No VAT and no INCOME TAX 7. Billing transparency & no mark ups on purchasing in Mexico 8. Full Compliance Assistance: fiscal, customs, labor and environmental (no red tape and no administrative risk or liabilities) 9. Customs Certified Program: quick processing on cross-border transactions 10. Ask for full administrative support: it will allow you to concentrate 100% on your manufacturing operation, not on human resources recruitment, looking for suppliers and so on.
  55. 55. How to start up manufacturing or distribution operations in Mexico You can start up in a shelter program protecting your company from risks and liabilities, including: • Start up, operational and environmental permits • Human resources: recruiting & managing skilled labor • Customs: Setting your importation & exportation proper documentation to save on taxes and duties • Fiscal & Accounting: preparing your company to save on taxes like VAT, and Income Tax • Freight forwarding services
  56. 56. 10 things to look for in a Start up Partner or Shelter Program Make sure you get the following benefits: 1. Free Cost Model Simulation 2. Flexible commitment: on any size project (headcount or Sq. Ft.) 3. No entrance or exit fee at the termination of your contract (with coordinated exit strategies) 4. Fast and worry free start-up operations (9 weeks) 5. Flexibility on how to operate in Mexico: incorporated or not Incorporated 6. Tax Savings: No VAT and no INCOME TAX 7. Billing transparency & no mark ups on purchasing in Mexico 8. Full Compliance Assistance: fiscal, customs, labor and environmental (no red tape and no administrative risk or liabilities) 9. Customs Certified Program: quick processing on cross-border transactions 10. Ask for full administrative support: it will allow you to concentrate 100% on your manufacturing operation, not on human resources recruitment, looking for suppliers and so on.
  57. 57. Request your seat for one of our next commercial missions in key automotive and aerospace clusters. You will visit: • 2 automotive / aerospace companies • The State Government Secretary of Economy High Technology Training Centers and Technical universities • Industrial Parks: available buildings and Land reserves for Build-to-suit projects • Start Up & Shelter Operation concept • Logistics in Mexico Join us for one of our next Commercial Missions To learn about specific dates go to: http://CommercialMission.ManufacturingInMexico.com
  58. 58. Request your seat for our next commercial mission in Key Automotive and Aerospace `regions http://CommercialMission.ManufacturingInMexico.com. Thank you! By Xavier Hurtado Manufacturing Expansion Facilitator facilitator@ManufacturingInMexico.com www.ManufacturingInMexico.com

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