Supply Chain News

Trade Isn't a Zero-Sum Game
Mexico is the U.S.’ second largest export market and third largest overall trading partner. A myth is that trade with Mexico is solely in low-tech and manufacturing. The reality is that the U.S.' southern neighbor is the world's third-largest IT exporter, the main supplier of the medical device in...
6.5% more agri-food exports
Agri-food exports surpassed the US$23.66 billion record from January through October 2016, equivalent to a 6.5% annual rate increase, informed the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA). Agro-industry exports had reached US$11.8 billion by the month of Ma...
Jalisco looking to consolidate FDI projects
Entrepreneurs and State authorities weighed in on Donald Trump's arrival to the U.S. Presidency, saying that it will not trigger any investment project cancellations for Jalisco. The Governor Aristoteles Sandoval will head a commercial mission to Silicon Valley, California, next February, as he reas...
Mexican government to buy more from the national industry
Purchases by the Mexican government from the national industry and commerce are far from reaching the goal established by the present administration, which is estimated at US$6 billion, as purchases from SMEs are currently worth an approximate of US$4.4 billion, according to reports from the Ministr...
Tesla, Panasonic deal to create 1,400 jobs
Tesla and Panasonic have reached an agreement to begin the manufacturing of photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules, bringing 1,400 jobs to the Buffalo, New York factory, including more than 500 manufacturing positions. These high-efficiency PV cells and modules will be used to produce solar panels in ...