By Adina Moloman Sources: Businessweek, Worldonlinebank.net Even when Mexico peso fell 0.8 percent to 12.8122 per U.S. dollar, registered yesterday, Mexico’s peso and the Australian dollar are still among the 16 major currencies on demand for higher-yielding assets. So the investors might still play safe to bet on Mexico Manufacturing. The Mexico peso slipped after [...]
By Adina Moloman Source: Notimex, Financial Post During a symposium held in London a few days ago, Jim O’Neill, the Goldman Sachs chief economist, mentioned that Mexico will become the world’s seventh largest economy by 2020 and contribute 7.8% of the global GDP, more than Russia and India. Jim O’Neill, is the creator of the [...]
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Roberto Eguia, General Manager
From the start of our Tijuana Maquiladora Operation in June of 2006, the strong and active assistance from the experienced staff at Tecnicas Mexicanas provided for a near seamless start-up. Since then MIMI’s team has been of great assistance in looking after the many Administrative Tasks that we face in our day to day Mexico Operations. I would definitely recommend MIMI’s Administrative Services to any company considering Mexico as their Maquiladora location.
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Ed McGarry, President
Made in Mexico made it easy to break through the potential barriers that corporations often meet when opening a business in another country. With this company’s help, which started in 1994, we at Sunstar Covers, Inc., were able to build our business in Mexico with confidence. Due to the continued growth and success that our business in Mexico has experienced, Sunstar continues to benefit from the knowledge and instruction from Made in Mexico. As difficult as decisions can be in managing a company, the decision to allow Made in Mexico to handle our administrative services was one of the best we ever made.
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Thomas Reeder, Plant Manager
My experience in working with the Made in Mexico, Inc. Team, since 2004, has been very a very positive experience. The business we received from the MIMI Mexico Team has been just wonderful. The Team has always come through for us even for critical last minute requests. The otherwise frightening process of starting a new project in Mexico was made quite simple with the support from each department of the Mexico office, Tecnicas Mexicanas de Ensamble. Even when things felt a bit rough, the organization responded quickly and assisted to resolve the situation in a most beneficial manner. We are thankful for the Team’s continued support and assistance.
Goodridge de Mexico
Ron Marquez, President
Aquarian Drumheads has manufactured our products in Mexico since 2006. One of the major reasons for our maquiladora manufacturing success has been our partnership with our shelter provider Made in Mexico. The expertise, efficiency, and professionalism that Made in Mexico has provided has been invaluable to starting our business, in dealing with all the state and local laws, regulations, revisions, and all the unforeseen difficulties in starting and conducting business. For a successful, trouble free, and timely start-up in your manufacturing, I highly recommend that you evaluate the great package of services that Made in Mexico can provide you for your success in Mexico.
Aquarian Accessories, Inc.
John Hingey, Vice President Manufacturing
Made in Mexico, Inc. has been our Maquiladora Services ‘Partner’ in Mexico since 2000 and has been an important factor in our success on both sides of the border. We have been able to rely on MIMI’s high level of professionalism and experience in Mexico in assisting us with reaching our goals in our Maquiladora operation.
- Mexico growing on manufacturers - Arizona Daily Star June 14, 2013
- Mexico economy: things get uglier still - Financial Times (registration) (blog) June 11, 2013
- UPDATE 1-Mexico April industrial output dips to four-month low - Reuters June 11, 2013
- Mercedes considering new manufacturing plant in Mexico - Indian Autos Blog (blog) June 10, 2013
- Ferrari Head of North America: Mexico Is The Next China - Forbes June 5, 2013
- Mexico, China Seek to Jump-Start Trade - Wall Street Journal June 5, 2013