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New 355,000 SF Medical Device Operation to be Constructed in Ciudad Juarez

March 17, 2021 - Ciudad Juarez, Mexico   Gary Swedback, NAI Mexico CEO with Ambu team from Denmark and Intermex managers in Ciudad Juarez. Groundbreaking ceremony for 355,000 s.f. medical device operation to be constructed as a new…
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U.S.-run factories in Mexico back at full strength after applying COVID-19 protocols

Article by Julian Resendiz originally published on September 30,2020 for Fox40.com   EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) – Border industry is poised for explosive growth in the next few years, as companies take heed of lessons learned…
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Mexico in the Top 5 countries poised to become the world’s next manufacturing hub

Article originally published on September 21, 2020 by Charlotte Gifford for World Finance. There’s a reason China has been named “the world’s factory”. According to data published by the United Nations Statistics Division, China accounted…

Toyota to make more pickup trucks at Mexican plant in shift from U.S.

Employees walk at the Toyota Motor Corp new plant in Apaseo El Grande in Mexico's central state of Guanajuato, Mexico February 6, 2020. REUTERS/Sergio Maldonado By Anthony Esposito APASEO EL GRANDE, Mexico (Reuters) - Toyota…
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Trump Signs USMCA Trade Deal

By Zachary Evans President Trump on Wednesday signed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, a trade deal meant to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement. “We have replaced a disastrous trade deal,” Trump said at the signing …

What U.S. Companies Should Know About Expanding Manufacturing to Mexico

As the trade war with China continues, more companies are looking south of the border with new interest. As of 2019, Mexico is the largest goods trading partner with the U.S. with over $600 billion in imported and exported goods. This…