Mexico offers manufacturing solutions to the US and other countries

LIne of assembly at Leoni Wiring Systems plant in Yucatan (Photo: yucatan.com.mx)

Manufacturing in Mexico with NovaLink: Partnering with You to Make Your Product a Reality.

NovaLink is a best-in-class, outsourcing solution for domestic and international companies seeking to relocate or initiate Manufacturing in Mexico in a low-cost labor environment with proximity to the U.S. The company has manufacturing facilities in the border towns of Brownsville, Texas and Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico.

NovaLink’s near-shore contract manufacturing services are the ideal solution for all companies looking to reduce costs associated with manufacturing from large, blue-chip corporations with brand name labels to the small and medium-sized companies that have limited financial and human resources to effect a near-shore or full service manufacturing operations.

Advantages of Manufacturing in Mexico

The main Mexico manufacturing advantage is that production is closer to the U.S. border; faster time to the consumer market than shipping across the Pacific Ocean, which can take weeks. Manufacturing in Mexico means lower transportation, trucks and trains as opposed to ships and the abundance of warehousing make Mexico a cost-effective solution.

The Mexican government is very friendly to foreign business and investment, as demonstrated by their 44 trade agreements with countries around the globe. U.S.-made parts and products are used by Mexico Manufacturers up to four times more than China; this is a tremendous benefit to suppliers in the United States.

The U.S. and Mexico share similar cultures, have a minimal language barrier, and comparable time zones. In addition, English-speaking middle management in the Mexican workforce is plentiful (as opposed to China where speaking English is actually discouraged) alleviating the need for language translators. Mexico enjoys lower medical costs for its workforce as compared to the U.S., allowing companies to hire additional employees with minimal expense for medical benefits.

The Yucatan Times Newsroom



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