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Tijuana Trucks Rush to U.S. in Case Trump Makes Good on Threats - Bloomberg
The immediate concern is another limited shutdown that would really hit commercial traffic between the two countries. With billions of dollars at stake, companies aren’t taking chances. Many trucks are rumbling through Otay about one-third full. Manufacturing managers aren’t waiting for them to be completely loaded, pushing goods out as quickly as possible.
mexico  NAFTA  nearshoring  logistics  global-supply-chain  Around-the-web  this-week-443 
11 weeks ago by areadevelopment
With nearshoring, garment production may move from China to Mexico and Turkey - Quartz
But shifts now taking place in China and across fashion could eventually redraw the world’s garment-manufacturing map. A new report by the management consultancy McKinsey finds that rising costs in China and the imperative for fashion brands to deliver goods faster than ever are making it more cost-effective for Western brands to produce their simple styles in low-cost countries nearer at hand.
china  industry-reports  global-supply-chain  textiles-clothing-industries  mexico  turkey  nearshoring  Around-the-web  this-week-439 
october 2018 by areadevelopment
NAFTA By Any Other Name Is Just Fine with Corporate America - IndustryWeek
New regional value content requirements could push production from Mexico’s cheaper labor market to the U.S.
this-week-438  Around-the-web  Matt  NAFTA  trade  trade-agreements  exports  imports  mexico  manufacturing  sfp-insider-10-26-2018 
october 2018 by areadevelopment
U.S.-Mexico deal 'much better than the original NAFTA' for auto industry - BNN
Jerry Dias, national president of Unifor, tells BNN Bloomberg why the trade deal reached by the U.S. and Mexico is a good start for Canada's auto industry.
this-week-435  Around-the-web  Matt  NAFTA  mexico  automotive-industry  trade  trade-agreements  business-globalization  sfp-insider-10-26-2018 
august 2018 by areadevelopment
Contreras: Five million U.S. jobs can be attributed to trade with Mexico - Rio Grande Guardian
Nearly nine million U.S. jobs depend on trade with Canada. Five million U.S. jobs can be attributed to trade with Mexico.
this-week-431  Around-the-web  Matt  mexico  trade  trade-agreements  jobs  economic-development  exports  tariffs 
july 2018 by areadevelopment
Texas benefits most in a collaborative U.S.-Mexico relationship. [Opinion] - Houston Chronicle
Because Texas is the origin, destination or transit territory for nearly two-thirds of bi-national trade — which stands at some $560 billion per year — the state could be deeply affected by any reduction in bi-national economic activity.
opinion  texas  mexico  NAFTA  government-policy  Around-the-web  this-week-427  free-trade-agreements 
june 2018 by areadevelopment
How traffic jams at the U.S.-Mexico border ripple through the economy - Dallas News
You may not think very much about border transportation issues if you don't live in El Paso or Laredo, Texas, or Nogales, Ariz., or Otay Mesa, Calif.

People who live in those cities know that the traffic along an increasingly active international border affects their lives daily. But what happens there also has profound effects for millions of people who live nowhere near U.S.-Mexico border.
Around-the-web  this-week-426  us-mexico-border  mexico  NAFTA  global-supply-chain  business-globalization  sfp-insider-10-26-2018 
may 2018 by areadevelopment
U.S. Lawmakers Urge Trump to Stay at Nafta Table - Bloomberg
The plea came a day after U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer warned the three nations are “nowhere near close to a deal” to update the region’s 24-year-old free-trade pact and negotiators missed a top legislator’s deadline for progress.
government-policy  NAFTA  free-trade-agreements  canada  mexico  industry-organizations  Around-the-web  this-week-425 
may 2018 by areadevelopment
As Trump pushes border wall, Arizona governor touts a ‘SkyBridge’ to Mexico - Phoenix Business Journal
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is touting a proposed development at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport that would be home to an air cargo hub with both Mexican and U.S. Customs operations.
this-week-309  Around-the-web  Matt  phoenix  arizona  southwest  mexico  e-commmerce  logistics  supply-chain  infrastructure  cargo 
january 2018 by areadevelopment
NAFTA promotes U.S. manufacturing in the food and agriculture sector - TheHill
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is important to the frozen food and beverage industry and the 670,000 jobs the sector supports throughout the United States. Frozen food makers depend on a reliable, safe and state-of-the-art logistics and supply chain network to efficiently and competitively make and distribute food that the world enjoys every day.
food-processing  industry-reports  mexico  canada  NAFTA  free-trade-agreements  government-policy  Around-the-web  this-week-207 
december 2017 by areadevelopment
Three Things CEOs Should Do Now to Prepare for the New NAFTA -
As the three countries move through their last two rounds of 2017 talks in Mexico City and Washington, DC, the differences in negotiating positions remain wide.
NAFTA  free-trade-agreements  mexico  canada  government-policy  business-globalization  global-supply-chain  Around-the-web  this-week-406 
december 2017 by areadevelopment
Business Leaders See Strong Trade Future, With or Without NAFTA - The Rivard Report
As NAFTA negotiators entered their fourth round of talks this week in Washington, members of the San Antonio business community heard relative optimism regarding the future of commercial relations between Texas and Mexico.
this-week-400  Around-the-web  Matt  mexico  NAFTA  trade  trade-agreements 
october 2017 by areadevelopment
The Mexico phenomenon goes on - Automotive News
Mexico continues reeling in foreign direct investment by automakers and suppliers. The capital movement is leading to higher vehicle production, more exports and a rising income level that – in turn – is fueling a double-digit growth of domestic car and trucks sales.
Around-the-web  automotive-industry  mexico  NAFTA  FDI  business-globalization  this-week-394 
july 2017 by areadevelopment
U.S.-Mexico border mayors seek a voice on trade, border barrier - San Diego Tribune
A group of mayors representing communities along U.S.-Mexico border on Thursday called for upgrading of the North American Free Trade Agreement, and said in a joint statement that the upcoming talks offer an “opportunity to renegotiate, modernize and optimize North America’s competitiveness.”
this-week-392  Around-the-web  Matt  mexico  trade  trade-agreements 
july 2017 by areadevelopment
Trade Talk with Dr Walter Kemmsies: What's the deal with NAFTA? - JLL
In May 2017, the Trump administration gave Congress official notice that it plans to renegotiate NAFTA. Find out the impacts that renegotiations might have on U.S. logistics and industrial real estate through the expertise of Dr. Walter Kemmsies.
business-globalization  economic-analysis  supply-chain  industrial-real-estate  NAFTA  mexico  government-policy  Around-the-web  this-week-394 
july 2017 by areadevelopment
Is Your Supply Chain Ready for a NAFTA Overhaul? - HBR
The proposed “border adjustment” that is part of a tax reform package Congress is debating could cause the U.S. dollar to appreciate relative to other currencies. Under the plan, companies would not be able to deduct the cost of imports from their revenue, a move that today enables them to lower their overall tax burden. At the same time, exports and other foreign sales would be made tax free.
global-supply-chain  business-globalization  government-policy  free-trade-agreements  NAFTA  mexico  canada  this-week-391-top  Around-the-web 
july 2017 by areadevelopment
Ford Chooses China, Not Mexico, to Build Its New Focus - The New York Times
In a move that highlights the shifting landscape of global auto production, Ford Motor said Tuesday that it would build its next-generation small car in China rather than in the United States or Mexico.
this-week-390  Around-the-web  Matt  china  mexico  offshoring  Ford  automotive-industry  manufacturing  asia 
june 2017 by areadevelopment
Renegotiating the U.S.-Mexico relationship in 2017 - Brookings Institution
The nature of the bilateral relationship between the United States and Mexico has important implications for both the local and international geopolitical landscapes. With global attention turned toward the shifting relationship, competent diplomacy and productive trade relations between the two world powers are more pertinent than ever.
business-globalization  government-policy  free-trade-agreements  mexico  NAFTA  Around-the-web  this-week-388 
june 2017 by areadevelopment
NAFTA 2.0 and the Art of the Deal - Global Trade Magazine
Is renegotiating NAFTA a good idea‭? ‬It depends what you are trying to accomplish.‭ ‬No agreement is perfect,‭ ‬and commerce has changed markedly since‭ ‬1994‭—‬for example,‭ ‬when NAFTA entered into force,‭ ‬there was no commercial use of the internet.‭ ‬Modernizing and updating the agreement is a worthwhile objective.‭ ‬Yet trade agreements are typically effect,‭ ‬not cause:‭ ‬nations make agreements because existing commercial relationships are important,‭ ‬not the other way around.‭ ‬Overall,‭ ‬NAFTA has helped to triple merchandise trade among the three economies in nominal terms,‭ ‬from‭ ‬$306‭ ‬billion in‭ ‬1993‭ ‬to just over‭ ‬$1‭ ‬trillion in‭ ‬2015.‭ ‬But it’s important to remember that Canada and Mexico were the United States‭’ ‬number‭ ‬1‭ ‬and number‭ ‬3‭ ‬trading partners respectively before NAFTA,‭ ‬and they hold the same rank today.
NAFTA  business-globalization  government-policy  canada  mexico  Around-the-web  this-week-387-top 
may 2017 by areadevelopment
AIN Blog: U.S. Aero Industry Uneasy Over Trump's Mexico Tariff - Aviation International News
Major aerospace and defense firms with manufacturing facilities in Mexico include Honeywell, Goodrich, Gulfstream, Textron, Rockwell Collins, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Safran, Fokker, Triumph, GE, Bombardier and Meggitt
NAFTA  mexico  Aerospace  industry-reports  Around-the-web  this-week-384 
may 2017 by areadevelopment
Tesla Recruiting Engineers in Mexico for California Plant - US News
Tesla has been actively hiring in the past few months for assembly-line jobs at the Fremont plant. But finding manufacturing engineers, who are in even shorter supply than software engineers in Silicon Valley, is a tougher challenge.
skills-gap  engineering  automotive-industry  tesla  gigafactory  Nevada  mexico  workforce-development  Around-the-web  this-week-384 
may 2017 by areadevelopment
With NAFTA, Mexico and the U.S. build things together - Dallas News
While "free trade" has been blamed for job losses in many parts of the nation, as of 2014 nearly five million jobs across the U.S. depend on trade with Mexico. These jobs are not just in Texas. In 2015, Mexico was the first or second export destination for 30 out of 50 states.
free-trade-agreements  mexico  canada  NAFTA  Around-the-web  government-policy  economic-analysis  texas  opinion  this-week-384 
april 2017 by areadevelopment
How a border tax could divide Boeing and its suppliers - Reuters
A U.S. tax overhaul proposed by Republican leaders in Congress would deepen divisions between big manufacturers like Boeing Co and the thousands of smaller companies that supply them, according to suppliers and tax and trade experts.
NAFTA  border-tax  business-globalization  free-trade-agreements  mexico  parts-suppliers  global-supply-chain  Aerospace  Boeing  Around-the-web  this-week-382 
april 2017 by areadevelopment
Also Made in Mexico: Lifesaving Medical Devices -
The North American Free Trade Agreement has transformed this sprawling border town from gritty party spot to something entirely different: a world capital of medical devices.
mexico  NAFTA  Around-the-web  this-week-381  medical-device  industry-reports  nearshoring  industry-clusters 
april 2017 by areadevelopment
Trump Nafta Blueprint Raises Concerns in Canada and Mexico - WSJ
Draft document signals willingness to promote ‘Buy American’ agenda but tempers some campaign threats.
this-week-381  Around-the-web  Matt  NAFTA  trade  made-in-america  mexico  canada  location-canada  trump  manufacturing 
march 2017 by areadevelopment
This Southern Town Made Wooden Coffins. Now A Mexican Town Will. - The Huffington Post
Batesville Casket has planned a job fair Friday for its soon-to-be-laid-off employees. Unlike the workers at Carrier Corp., the Indiana plant Trump pressured to stay open, the Batesville Casket employees aren’t unionized. Part of the reason the Carrier case received so much coverage is that workers were able to complain to the media without fear of getting fired. The Batesville case is much more typical, as hundreds of American firms lay off workers and shift production abroad every year with hardly any attention in the national media.
Around-the-web  this-week-379  mexico  NAFTA  mississippi  nearshoring 
march 2017 by areadevelopment
What Donald Trump's Take on the Economy Means for the Auto Industry -
The auto industry sits on the precipice of potentially monumental change. Ride-share technology is rapidly diffusing around the world, and the push toward autonomous vehicles is accelerating. Consumers will soon be able to commute in driverless, cheaply financed automobiles, and they’re nothing like the cars currently being manufactured in Mexico.
this-week-376  Around-the-web  Matt  automotive-industry  manufacturing  mexico  autonomous-vehicles  ride-sharing 
february 2017 by areadevelopment
International Location Report: Mexico Maintaining a Place in Global Manufacturing - Area Development
Despite dealing with a collapse in oil prices and threats of new tariffs to be imposed by the incoming Trump administration, Mexico retains significant economic advantages.
international-location-reports  Matt  economic-development  site-selection  area-development-features  mexico  trump  manufacturing  automotive-industry 
february 2017 by areadevelopment
Texas on front lines of NAFTA negotiations - PBS NewsHour
President Donald Trump announced this week his plan to renegotiate NAFTA, a free trade agreement with Canada and Mexico, citing a loss of jobs in the U.S. But many business owners and politicians in Texas, which shares a border with Mexico, favor the deal.
NAFTA  mexico  free-trade-agreements  texas  Around-the-web  this-week-375  government-policy 
january 2017 by areadevelopment
Why Trump Tariffs on Mexican Cars Probably Won't Stop Job Flight - Bloomberg
Infrastructure in Mexico lags behind the highway and rail network in the U.S., so it actually costs automakers $300 more per car in additional shipping expenses to produce the vehicle in Mexico and ship it to Europe, and an extra $900 to ship it to the U.S.

That means, even after paying significantly less on labor, a car company is walking away with wage savings of only $300 per car—a fraction of what it costs to build and ship in the U.S. The bulk of the savings are tied to Mexico’s trade agreements and cheaper parts.
nearshoring  automotive-industry  mexico  supply-chain  infrastructure  government-policy  Around-the-web 
january 2017 by areadevelopment
Hyundai Boosts U.S. Investment to $3.1 Billion After Trump's Threats - MSN
The Hyundai Motor Group said it plans to lift U.S. investment by 50% to $3.1 billion over five years and may build a new U.S. plant - the latest auto firm to announce fresh spending after President-elect Donald Trump threatened to tax imports.
economic-development  site-selection  Around-the-web  Matt  automotive-industry  location-USA  FDI  manufacturing  trump  taxes-incentives  jobs  mexico  korean 
january 2017 by areadevelopment
Canada's updated C$500-million auto incentive fund called 'better' than Mexico's, U.S. - Automotive News
Canada now has a government-funded incentive program available to the automotive industry that is at least as good as Mexico’s and perhaps better than those available in the Southern United States, says Canada’s auto czar Ray Tanguay.
Around-the-web  Matt  this-week-373  canada  automotive-industry  taxes-incentives  location-canada  mexico  economic-development  site-selection 
january 2017 by areadevelopment
Ford Invests $700 Million To Expand Flat Rock Michigan Assembly Plant - Area Development
Ford plans to invest $700 million to expand its assembly plant in Flat Rock, Michigan. The factory will begin to build high-tech autonomous and electric vehicles along with the Mustang and Lincoln Continental. The expansion will create 700 direct new jobs.
economic-development  site-selection  area-development-news  Matt  Michigan  midwest  automotive-industry  manufacturing  high-tech  tech  technology  advanced-industries  autonomous-vehicles  jobs  mexico  location-USA 
january 2017 by areadevelopment
Warehousing, logistics demand rising on US-Mexico border - JOC
At major border crossing points, industrial developers are eyeing logistics projects, including warehousing and distribution centers, as cross-border trade between the two countries continues to grow, despite the uncertain future of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
NAFTA  mexico  texas  new-mexico  arizona  california  warehousing  logistics  Around-the-web  this-week-372  business-globalization 
december 2016 by areadevelopment
Behind Trump’s Deal With Carrier - The New York Times
By the time the Rust Belt turned red on election night, Carrier had to know the call was coming.
this-week-371  Around-the-web  Matt  trump  indiana  midwest  economic-development  site-selection  mexico  jobs  rust-belt 
december 2016 by areadevelopment
Trump reaches deal with Carrier to keep jobs in Indiana - POLITICO
At a moment when much of Washington is watching to see how Donald Trump will handle his new job, the president-elect is demonstrating his most famous skill: the art of the deal.
Around-the-web  Matt  manufacturing  indiana  midwest  mexico  economic-development  site-selection  trump  taxes-incentives 
november 2016 by areadevelopment
Why Mexico’s Economy Doesn’t Depend on the Next U.S. President - HBR
The Mexican peso initially fell 13% in trading after Republican Donald Trump won the U.S. presidency in a surprise result over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. It was the biggest drop for the currency since an economic crisis in 1994.
this-week-370  arond  Matt  mexico  manufacturing  trump 
november 2016 by areadevelopment
Industrial robots will replace manufacturing jobs — and that’s a good thing - TechCrunch
There is no denying that the U.S. and Canada have been losing jobs to offshore competition for almost half a century. From 2000 to 2010 alone, 5.6 million jobs disappeared.
economic-development  site-selection  area-development-news  Matt  jobs  offshoring  manufacturing  robotics  mexico 
october 2016 by areadevelopment
Citi to Invest $1 Billion in Mexico Operations, Renames Unit - WSJ
Citigroup Inc. added its name to its closely watched Mexico unit and announced plans to upgrade its retail business in the country with an investment of more than $1 billion by 2020.
Around-the-web  Matt  citibank  financial-industry  finance  financial-services  mexico  globalization  retail  economic-development 
october 2016 by areadevelopment
Mexican Companies Find a Bridge to the U.S. in North Texas – D Magazine
More than 20 Mexico-based companies already operate North Texas offices, some of which serve as their U.S. or North American headquarters, according to data from the Texas governor’s office.
fdi-USA  mexico  regional-headquarters  texas  Around-the-web  dallas  regional-reports  this-week-363 
september 2016 by areadevelopment
Is U.S. Manufacturing Growing or Dying? - IndustryWeek
It is true that some U.S. headquartered companies are shutting down operations here and moving them to Mexico or elsewhere. It is also true that some U.S. companies are reshoring their operations to the U.S. We are undergoing a significant adjustment in the location of manufacturing operations around the world.
Matt  Around-the-web  economic-development  site-selection  headquarters  outsourcing  mexico  china  reshoring 
september 2016 by areadevelopment
Mexico Positioned to Attract Increased Foreign Investment, Anchored by Manufacturing - Area Development
A solid economic performance and a pro-business climate — enhanced by political reforms and improved government stability — are helping to attract FDI to Mexico.
mexico  economic-development  site-selection  area-development-features  Matt  FDI  jobs  international-location-reports  manufacturing 
august 2016 by areadevelopment
Security Concerns Take a Back Seat as More US Manufacturers Look to Mexico -
Experts who help foreign companies build factories in Mexico report a recent surge in interest by U.S. and international firms, with executives voicing less concern about Mexico’s crime and security problems.
mexico  NAFTA  business-climate  nearshoring  manufacturing  supply-chain  Around-the-web  this-week-361  this-week-362 
august 2016 by areadevelopment
Georgia-Pacific Expands Corrugated Packaging Business In Santa Fe Springs, California - Area Development
Georgia-Pacific, a leader in customer-focused packaging solutions, expanded its corrugated packaging business with the acquisition of Reliable Container. The acquisition includes converting plants in Tijuana, Mexico and Santa Fe Springs, California.
economic-development  site-selection  area-development-news  Matt  california  pacific-states  georgia-pacific  packaging  packaging-industry  mexico  tijuana 
june 2016 by areadevelopment
Being prepared for the next Mexican automotive boom - Roland Berger
Several volume and premium OEMs have recently initiated their first major manufacturing endeavors in Mexico. These investments have a clear focus on export as Mexico continues to turn into a global manufacturing hub, away from the pure former NAFTA focus.
NAFTA  automotive-industry  industry-clusters  mexico  Around-the-web  this-week-351-top 
april 2016 by areadevelopment
Ford to build factory in Mexico, moving small-car production from U.S. - LA Times
Ford Motor Co. plans to build a $1.6-billion auto assembly plant in Mexico, creating about 2,800 jobs there and shifting small-car production away from the United States at a time when moving jobs south of the border has become a major issue in the U.S. presidential campaign.
this-week-348  Around-the-web  Matt  nearshoring  mexico  manufacturing  automotive-industry  Ford 
april 2016 by areadevelopment
Nafta May Have Saved Many Autoworkers’ Jobs - The New York Times
The integration of production across countries with complementary labor forces — cheaper workers in Mexico to perform many basic tasks, with more highly paid and productive engineers and workers in the United States — turned out to play a central role in reviving the auto industry in North America.
NAFTA  automotive-industry  detroit  industry-clusters  mexico  business-globalization  politics  Around-the-web  this-week-348  right-to-work  organized-labor  south  south-atlantic 
march 2016 by areadevelopment
Could a Lack of Skilled Labor Slow the Reshoring Wave for U.S. Manufacturers? - BDO Real Estate Monitor
Reshoring is strongest in the southeast and Texas. Companies building new facilities frequently choose right-to-work states with comparatively lower wages and business taxes. Companies that move operations to other regions typically choose existing factories with excess capacity.
reshoring  skilled-labor  Around-the-web  this-week-347-top  walmart  texas  south-atlantic  Ford  mexico 
march 2016 by areadevelopment
Nabisco Layoffs and Chicago's Manufacturing Future - Chicago Tonight - WTTW
Layoffs of nearly 300 people at the Nabisco bakery on Chicago's Southwest Side take effect today. The smell of Oreos wafting through the air in Marquette Park was once something neighbors could simply enjoy. Now, those Oreos – and the jobs that go along with them – have become a call to action.
u.s.-manufacturing  food-processing  chicago  nearshoring  mexico  Around-the-web  this-week-347  nabisco 
march 2016 by areadevelopment
Congress quietly moves NAFTA superhighway corridors forward in FAST Act -
Tucked into the 1,300-page federal highway bill, ‘Fixing America’s Surface Transportation’ Act, or FAST Act, that passed at the end of 2015, Congress quietly advanced several corridors of the NAFTA superhighway system, like Interstate-11. The interstate will connect Phoenix to Las Vegas and will ultimately run from Nogales, Arizona to northeast Washington State, establishing key trade corridors from Mexico to Canada.
NAFTA  highways  transportation  infrastructure  business-globalization  government-policy  FAST-act  canada  mexico  Around-the-web  this-week-340 
february 2016 by areadevelopment
Trump says U.S. companies 'moving into Mexico more than almost any other place right now' - PolitiFact
There’s no direct measure of how many companies are moving plants from the United States to Mexico. When we look at outsourcing through official metrics (imports, foreign direct investment, and the number of U.S. business housed in a certain country), Mexico places near the top but not at the top. Experts said China was the top outsourcing destination.
this-week-319  Around-the-web  outsourcing  mexico  manufacturing  site-selection  economic-development 
august 2015 by areadevelopment
Adios Chicago! Oreo Production to Roll into Mexico - Global Trade Magazine
The maker of Oreo cookies and a host of other iconic food products, New Jersey-based Mondelēz International– formerly known as Kraft Foods Inc.–has said it will move production of Oreo cookies from its plant in southwest Chicago to its newest facility in Salinas, Mexico.
The company said it would invest $170 million in the installation of four “state-of-the art” production lines at the new Mexican plant to replace nine “older, inefficient lines” at the Chicago facility.
food-processing  oreo  chicago  NAFTA  mexico  nearshoring  Around-the-web  this-week-319 
august 2015 by areadevelopment
The acceleration of Mexico’s car manufacturing industry - World Finance
Through a combination of low wages, good geography and free-trade agreements, many car manufacturers have invested in Mexico. The hope is that this will boost the country’s manufacturing base.
this-week-317  Around-the-web  Matt  manufacturing  automotive-industry  mexico  nearshoring  free-trade-agreements 
august 2015 by areadevelopment
Daimler-Renault-Nissan Alliance Joint Venture Establishes Mexico Manufacturing Plant - Area Development
Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance announced a 50-50 joint venture collaboration that will establish a manufacturing plant operation in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
economic-development  site-selection  area-development-news  Matt  nissan  automotive-industry  manufacturing  mexico  nearshoring 
august 2015 by areadevelopment
Capital Investment, Technology Upgrades to Bolster Mexico's Diverse Manufacturing Sectors - Area Development
Whether they are manufacturing vehicles, airplanes, electrical cable, or something else, companies are finding the resources they need to compete in Mexico.
area-development-features  Matt  mexico  manufacturing  technology 
july 2015 by areadevelopment
First Person: A Precision Aerospace Manufacturer Relocates Production from Mexico Back to New England - Area Development
A staff editor for Area Development recently interviewed Scott Livingston, the president and CEO of the Horst Engineering Family of Companies, which was founded in 1946, and is a privately held contract manufacturer of precision-machined components and assemblies for aerospace and other high-technology industries.
economic-development  site-selection  reshoring  Aerospace  manufacturing  Matt  new-england  high-tech  connecticut  first-person  advanced-manufacturing  mexico  made-in-america  location-USA 
july 2015 by areadevelopment
Recent Deals Spotlight Growing Investor Appetite for Industrial Assets Along U.S./Mexico Border - CoStar Group
Lower Tariffs Under NAFTA , Factory Reshoring and Lower Energy Costs Fueling Distribution & Manufacturing Expansion In Texas Border Markets
NAFTA  mexico  nearshoring  backshoring  industrial-real-estate  Around-the-web  this-week-314 
july 2015 by areadevelopment
Attracting the Next Automotive Assembly Plant - Global Location Strategies
Despite setbacks, North Carolina is still competing and trying to attract an auto maker to the state. However, they are not just facing stiff competition from neighboring southern states.  Mexico is proving to be a significant competitor in the auto industry, not only to North Carolina, but to the South and to the United States.
north-carolina  south-carolina  mexico  automotive-industry  fdi-USA  nearshoring  Around-the-web  this-week-314 
july 2015 by areadevelopment
Mexico getting auto investment, U.S. holding its own; Canada losing - Detroit Free Press
The U.S., Canada and Mexico are united under NAFTA but fierce rivals in the boardroom to win automotive investment and jobs.
automotive-industry  mexico  nearshoring  business-globalization  NAFTA  this-week-310  Around-the-web 
june 2015 by areadevelopment
What Happens After The Jobs Leave? - Alliance for American Manufacturing
Galesburg, Illinois has been the backdrop for a few major political events for President Barack Obama over the years. He stopped there during his 2004 U.S. Senate campaign, again a few years later as a senator, and again in 2013 to talk about his economic agenda during his second term.
Matt  Around-the-web  illinois  midwest  jobs  outsourcing  mexico  made-in-america  economic-development 
june 2015 by areadevelopment
US and Mexico – Manufacturing Friends or Foes? - IndustryWeek
In the ongoing debate within manufacturing about offshoring and reshoring, one statistic speaks volumes. According to a 2011 study from the National Bureau of Economic Research, for every Mexican good exported to the U.S., 40% is of American content compared with 25% for Canadian goods and just 4% for Chinese goods.
this-week-199  around-the-web  matt  manufacturing  mexico  u.s.-manufacturing 
march 2015 by areadevelopment
Made in Mexico: An Emerging Auto Giant Powers Past Canada - The Globe and Mail
When Salvatore Lauria started work at Autotek in Puebla, Mexico, there were only a few cars in the company parking lot. Now, 15 years later, the parking lot is full and the vehicles have spilled over on to the neighbouring soccer field.
this-week-293  around-the-web  matt  automotive-industry  manufacturing  mexico 
february 2015 by areadevelopment
International Location Report: Mexican Economy on the Upswing - Area Development
One of the biggest recipients of FDI, Mexico has attracted a range of industrial investments in recent years, with its exports rebounding strongly.
international-location-reports  mexico  economic-development  site-selection  manufacturing  fdi  matt 
december 2014 by areadevelopment
BNSF taps growing U.S.-Mexico intermodal volume with new service -
The value of U.S-Mexico trade has been steadily growing, driven by increased auto and white goods manufacturing in Mexico, along with demand for U.S. agriculture products and steel. U.S. rail imports from Mexico were up 6.6 percent by value to $21.1 billion in the first half of this year compared to the same period in 2013, according to U.S. Department of Transportation. Within the same period, U.S. rail exports to Mexico were up 6.9 percent to $14.4 billion. Total U.S.-Mexico rail trade by value rose 6.7 percent year-over-year in the first half of this year to $35.5 billion.
rail-logitsics  mexico  NAFTA  automotive-industry  bnsf  logistics  freight-logistics  this-week-278  around-the-web 
september 2014 by areadevelopment
The Shifting Economics of Global Manufacturing - bcg.perspectives
The manufacturing cost competitiveness of the U.S. and Mexico improved substantially over the past decade compared with all the other economies in our index. For these two rising global stars, productivity-adjusted wages and currency rates have remained stable or improved relative to the other countries. Both nations also have very competitive energy costs.
studies  international-location-reports  mexico  u.s.-manufacturing  manufacturing  nearshoring  backshoring  this-week-275  around-the-web 
august 2014 by areadevelopment
Mexico Energy Reform and North American Energy Independence - Foreign Affairs
Since the December 2012 inauguration of President Enrique Peña Nieto, Mexico has implemented a series of reforms that could forever change Mexican governance and its economic competitiveness.
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august 2014 by areadevelopment
Mexico Energy Reform to Attract International Interest - Houston Chronicle
With final Congressional approvals now in place, Mexico and President Enrique Peña Nieto can begin celebrating the passage of the secondary legislation necessary to codify last years constitutional amendments that opened the energy sector to private investment.
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august 2014 by areadevelopment
Is it Time for a Cross-Border Checkup? - Supply Chain 24/7
Several clients expressed concern that the service providers they’ve had in place for years might not be appropriate for the increased role Mexico plays in their current and future supply chain.
NAFTA  free-trade-agreements  mexico  logistics  supply-chain  global-supply-chain  nearshoring  this-week-273  around-the-web 
august 2014 by areadevelopment
Three Workplace Tips for Corporations Expanding into Latin America - JLL
JLL advises multinational corporations on real estate and workplace strategies when expanding into Latin America
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july 2014 by areadevelopment
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