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​Why Mexico? ​

The Mexican automotive industry will have a prosperous future for years to come. In 2015 production reached 3.4 million vehicles, and experts predict that by 2020 this production will expand to 5 million units. These figures positioned the country as the sixth largest automobile manufacturer in the world.

Automakers’ confidence is confirmed with new investments that have arrived over the past five years for new plants and expansion from German (Mercedes Benz, BMW, Audi), American (GM, Ford and Chrysler), Japanese (Honda, Mazda, Nissan and Toyota) and South Korean auto companies (Kia).

These new expansions present lucrative business opportunities for Tier 1 and 2 Canadian manufacturers to supply (OEM) original equipment firms.

​Why Mexico? ​

The Aeronautics industry in Mexico has increased by an average of 20% per year over the last five years. This growth have opened up great possibilities for SMEs companies working in this sector.

The cost of manufacturing in the Mexico is as much as 30% lower than the United States. The workforce in Mexico is young, professional and highly motivated to work with new technologies. Currently there are more than 300 companies in this industry including Bombardier, Airbus, Cessna, Honeywell, Safran and United Technologies, among others.

Some of these companies are making efforts to develop local suppliers. New projects and expansions are underway, which confirms that Mexico has become a major player in the aviation industry.

​Why Mexico? ​

Mexican energy reform offers opportunities for suppliers of equipment for producers of companies working in the sector of electricity, gas distribution and renewable energy.

In June 2016, the Canadian and Mexican governments signed a joint action plan to produce by 2025 at least half of their electricity from 'clean' energy sources - wind, solar panels, nuclear power plants and dams. This represents a great potential for companies and investors working in the energy sector.

Export Logic 2012