Mexicali, Baja California- As a socially responsible global company and in support of the situation facing Baja California due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Medline Industries, a leading company in the medical industry, donates medical equipment to the Health Ministry. In coordination with the Ministry of
April 9, 2020 Mexicali, Baja California- As part of its great commitment to the citizens of its state and city, Martech Medical, in a coordinated effort with INDEX Mexicali, the State Secretary of Economy and Tourism and the organization ApoyemosMexicali, has authorized a donation of
DO THE NEW VARIABLES SUPPORT YOUR CURRENT OPERATION? Read more about the impact of COVID-19 in Mexico and the challenges it has generated for the industry. In this newsletter, you will find the latest information about the current situation, and recommendations to mitigate the risk
Emilio Cadena, CEO of Grupo Prodensa shares his insights about trending topics in the manufacturing industry. Nowadays, the manufacturing industry in North America is a trending topic around the world. The negotiation of USMCA has caused many changes in which some companies in Mexico such
Nori Kawamura our Business Development Manager and our main liaison with the Japanese manufacturing market gives us his insights about the strategic alliance between Mexico and Japan. Q1: To start, what are the attractive points for the Japanese companies, in terms of North American investment?
BMTS Technology, a company dedicated to manufacture in the automotive industry opens its new facility in Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila. BMTS Technology, an automotive company, invests in Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila. The company inaugurated a new facility in the Vynmsa Industrial Park. Investing 100 million dollars in
Kamax invests 45 million dollars, opening its first facility in Latin America in Guanajuato, Mexico. Kamax, a German company invests in the automotive industry, opening its first facility in Latin America located in the industrial park Colinas de Leon. The facility counts with 6,000 square
Emilio Cadena, President & CEO of Prodensa shares his insights about Mexico´s Manufacturing Competitiveness at the 5th Industrial Meeting by DIMBC in Baja California. “The game has changed and the players too”, says Emilio Cadena, President & CEO of Prodensa. Nowadays there are a lot
These are some important things you may want to consider. When thinking about where to begin to start planning an expansion of manufacturing operations, there are a lot of things that need to be analyzed and considered to make a final decision. Here we can
Since its initiation in 1994, The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has helped North America to become one of the most competitive regions for manufactured goods and consolidated pre-existing regional connectivity in trade, commerce, and Foreign Direct Investment. Historical data shows that from the age of NAFTA up until today, regional free trade has been concentrated in the manufacturing sector, particularly in automotive industries.