Manufacturing News

Jalisco to export 50% more avocado around the world
The market opening of the U.S. to the avocado grown in Jalisco, might increase local exports by 50%, escalating from US$100 to US$150 million per year, according to prospects by producers and local authorities. Before this Market Opening, Jalisco-produced avocado had certifications and permits to be...
Mexico and Europe re-negotiate Free Trade Agreement
Officers from both Mexico and the European Union (E.U.) will be meeting by mid-June for the first round of negotiations to update the existing bilateral Free Trade Agreement, announced the Minister of Economy, Ildefonso Guajardo, after meeting the European Commissionaire of Commerce, Cecilia Malmstr...
Nuevo Leon will receive US$30.5 investment
Edificaciones Benavides, a building company, is investing US$30.5 million on a new industrial park in Pesqueria, Nuevo Leon, to accommodate service suppliers for Kia, and also to develop a new office tower in the Airport zone.Cardinal Business Park, with its 50 hectares surface, is the first project...
Mexico, with a unique competitive advantage in the world
The arrival of German company BHTC into the Poligono Empresarial Industrial Park in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, along with two other Tier 2 suppliers, brings about a competitive advantage not found anywhere else in the world. These companies manufacture control modules for air conditioning fo...
Update of NOM for electric products will propel exports
The update of the Official Mexican Standards set known as NOM-003, regarding safety and quality guidelines of electric and electronic products, as well as home appliances, to be enforced from May 27 onwards, will drive export of products to the U.S. and Europe, assured the Mexican Organization for S...