Manufacturing News

Different countries interested in investing in Tamaulipas
Investors from countries other than the U.S. have visited Matamoros, Tamaulipas, and are seeing this town as an option to establish their capital, confirmed Roberto Mattus Rivera, Director of the Maquiladoras Association. He added that they have been working with investors, businessmen from Sweden a...
Mexico bets on U.S. manufacture
Almost one fourth of the accumulated Mexican investment in the U.S. corresponds to the manufacturing sector. Out of the productive investment add-up of US$16.59 billion Mexico holds in the U.S., US$3.75 billion have been injected in the transformation industry. Bimbo, Gruma, Kuo, Lala, Sigma Aliment...
Japanese companies are planning to build industrial parks in Mexico
Members of over 150 corporations originally from Japan, attended a seminar of strategic investment promotion in Mexico. According to the Ministry of Economy, these companies will build several industrial parks in Mexico. The Federal Office details that most of the Japanese companies that have plans ...
Firms uphold plans of moving into Mexico
Manufacturing firms from the U.S. are maintaining their plans to relocate production lines into Mexico. Firms such as Rexnord, Caterpillar, Nucor, who manufactures steel products for construction, or the electronics components firm CTS, have not resigned their plans for transferring certain producti...
3M will not alter its production strategy in Mexico, says chairman
Minnesota-based manufacturer 3M Co. isn't planning to alter its production strategy in Mexico despite President Donald Trump's criticism of U.S. companies operating in the country. "We are not changing anything," Chairman and Chief Executive Inge Thulin said in recent days during a conference call w...