Tijuana is located on northwest tip of Mexico in the state of Baja California. Primarily an industrial city, with a limited availability of high-end office space and an emerging retail sector. Tijuana has hosted the largest concentration of foreign manufacturing firms in Mexico for over 40 years…

pin Blvd. Agua Caliente #10611-PB, Edificio Centura, Col. Aviacion Tijuana, BC 22014
phone  MX +52 (664) 971 0333 / US (619) 690 3029

Mexico City

Mexico City, the capital of Mexico, is located in South-Central Mexico with over 23 million inhabitants. Mexico City is the first stop for foreign investors interested in industrial, retail, and office investments in Mexico. A competitive exchange rate, record high exports, a low inflation rate (3.25%) and significant international reserves, (USD $130B) provide a strong foundation for economic growth through 2012. Mexico City is a global city hosting many Latin America HQ operations.

phone MX +52 (55) 2335 3222


Guadalajara, Mexico’s second-largest city, has managed to modernize without seriously altering its centuries-old city plan or endangering its quality of life. Guadalajara is known as the “Silicon Valley of Mexico”, due to the establishment of multinational firms such as IBM, HP, Foxxcon, Flextronics, SCI-Sanmina, and Freescale.

phone MX +52 (664) 971 0333 ext. 139 / US (619) 690 3029 ext. 139


The State of Guanajuato is the crossroad for two diversified industrial corridors. The first runs to Highway 45 (The Pan American Highway) and the second runs toward Highway 57 (the NAFTA Highway) which links South America, Mexico and North America. Multimodal capabilities are available in several locations among the State. One of Guanajuato’s main attributes is the intersection between the Kansas City and Ferromex railroads lines —- providing a close to seamless transition for freight heading into US markets.

pin Av. 5 de Febrero #1351, Edif. Empresalia Torre Roble 404, Santiago de Queretaro, Qro 76120
phone MX +52 (442) 414 1218


Matamoros, is an important maquiladora center with over 65,000 workers in approximately 140 plants. Major sectors for industrial export range from heavy steel products to metal mechanics, automotive and electronic products.

Matamoros is one of the most attractive industrial markets in Mexico. Besides proximity to Brownsville, Texas, it is located on the major trade corridor serving the Midwest and Eastern US. Access to the large seaport in Brownsville also provides numerous advantages to shipping internationally by sea.

phone MX 899 211 7428


Monterrey, Nuevo Leon is located in north east Mexico, about 140 miles southwest of Laredo, Texas. The Monterrey Metropolitan Area is the second largest urban zone in the country and the most active industrial real estate market in 2020 in terms of absorbed industrial space. The MMA is similar to Chicago’s industrial center. It ranks second in industrial production in the nation and leads the country in business income.

Monterrey offers a sophisticated mix of institutional developers and regional owners that hold Class A and B industrial developments; with a healthy vacancy rate of +-5%.

phone MX +52 (844) 122 4186


Queretaro occupies a strategic location adjacent to 9 neighboring states. Additionally, Queretaro is positioned on a critical trade corridor, the NAFTA Highway (57), linking South America, Mexico and North America.

pin Av. 5 de Febrero #1351 , Edif. Empresalia Torre Roble 404, Santiago de Queretaro, Qro 76120
phone MX +52 (442) 674 76 05 and (442) 674 76 18

Ciudad Juarez

Ciudad Juarez is the largest city in Chihuahua, with a population of 2 million inhabitants. It lays across from El Paso, TX, and has been a destination for foreign manufacturing since the 1960´s. Manufacturing facilities, known as “maquiladoras” drive the economy. Of Mexico’s foreign manufacturing plants, 33% are found in Ciudad Juarez.

phone MX +52 (656) 251 5145

San Luis Potosi

San Luis Potosi

San Luis Potosi (SLP) with population of 1 million, is located in Central Mexico, in the famous “El Bajio” region. SLP occupies a strategic location adjacent to 10 neighboring states. Additionally, SLP is positioned on a critical trade corridor, the NAFTA Highway (57), linking South America, Mexico and North America.

pin Av. 5 de Febrero #1351, Edif. Empresalia Torre Roble 404, Santiago de Queretaro, Qro 76120
phone MX +52 (442) 414 1218


Reynosa is a dynamic on the northeast border of Mexico, nine miles south of McAllen, Texas —on the renowned NAFTA Highway. It’s third international crossing, Anzalduas Bridge will generate even more growth in 2010 due to the construction of a multi-modal service center in McAllen allowing even lower distribution costs.

phone MX 899 211 7428


Saltillo is the capital of Coahuila, Mexico’s third largest state. With world class infrastructure and a well-established manufacturing culture, Saltillo is a premier location for companies looking to establish operations in Mexico. Located 180 miles south of the Texas U.S. border, the region comprises the municipalities of Saltillo, Ramos Arizpe and Arteaga. 30% of cars and 62% of trucks produced in Mexico are assembled in Saltillo, ranking it first in Mexico, and a key platform for the global automotive industry.

Cartagena #928, Col. Ampliación Latinoamericana, Saltillo, Coahuila. CP 25270
phone MX  (844) 122 4186


Mexicali, a thriving metropolitan area with 900,000 residents. It is the capital of Baja California and home to approximately 200 maquiladora operations. Mexicali is an industrial center with a high work ethic, which contributed to the relocation of more than 100 new manufacturing companies to Mexicali from 1996 to 2009.

Calzada Cetys #2901 Int.311-A, Solarium Building. Colonia Rivera, Mexicali, BC 21259