TRU México - Manufacturing & Industry
Capacitate Local + Conexiones con EE.UU. y Canadá
Local Capability + Connections USA-Canada & the World
TRU Group works locally in Mexico and through our capability in the US South West close to the Mexican-USA border - the Nogales Maquiladoras are less than one hour drive from our location in Tucson. We have bilingual consultants in all three NAFTA countries who are drawn upon to work in Mexico on your project whether it is in manufacturing operations, engineering, business planning, market research, venture capital development or export-import trade. TRU Group can independently (unlike the promoters or agents of Mexican-US trade) evaluate any aspect of manufacturing in Mexico (and indeed compare with the US, Canada or elsewhere - such as China or India).We can also assist Mexican, American and Canadian companies to export to and from NAFTA and resolve cross border issues. TRU Group extends all its manufacturing consulting services to Mexico and has a distinctive capability in technology intensive manufacturing industry.
New challenges 2019 as NAFTA name may change to United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA): This according to the agreement November 2018. TRU Group has the best and most profitable approaches to maximizing the benefits of manufacturing in Mexico by your direct ownership and management, contract manufacturing or the shelter program. Mexico manufacturing of some existing manufacturers are quite sophisticated. The Mexican market is large for many products. You can exploit this market and have your internationally cost effective and highly productive Mexican business operate as your gateway to South America and indeed the world - including the United States despite the rumblings of the Trump Administration entering 2019. TRU Group can assist your company, wherever its current location, to develop winning strategies that take advantage of the current disruptive NAFTA (USMCA) and international (free) trade era. TRU Group is close to the US Silicon Valley / Canada's Ottawa Valley communities and similarly follows (and can support) the Mexican technology clusters like in Jalisco State. Mexico manufacturers can exploit the welcoming hand of Canada and other South American countries and indeed strengthen their market positions by geographical diversification.
Mexico Maquiladoras and the "Shelter Program" 2017:
The Mexico Maquiladoras industry is a throw-back from the past when the Government officially promoted the idea that you need to engage in government sponsored programs in order to do business in Mexico. The program still exists and is named the "Shelter Program". However, business conditions have changed significantly since the program was introduced more than twenty years ago so many American sheltered companies left the system and the majority of new ventures avoid entering shelters with good results.
Nowadays, if you are a foreign company with a medium or large operation, you are likely better off without the extra costs of a Mexico shelter! TRU can strategically analyze your company situation, evaluate your options and recommend the best approach for both existing plants and new entrants. Independent or sheltered existing plants may consider relocating in any event to an area where business conditions could be more favorable to you [for example, you could move from the USA-Mexico maquilas twin-plant border area to further south for greater labor stability.
A Maquiladoras or Maquilas is a plant in Mexico that retains a Maquiladoras Permit from the Mexican government to import raw materials duty free into Mexico for manufacturing, assembly, repair or other processing. The foreign company must re-export a majority of its production.
Mexico Investors in Manufacturing
If you are an investor - corporate or from the financial services sector - looking to invest in Mexico manufacturing or resource industry we would like to hear from you. See "Arizona Opportunities for Expansion through Regional Rationalization with Mexico" In The Arizona Manufacturer by Sonia Vohnout. TRU Group Inc Published Article Tucson AZ, Read more...
TRU Group Mexican Manufacturing Team: The TRU Group Mexican Manufacturing Team have decades of hands-on experience working in Mexican industry, especially on all aspects of Mexican-US manufacturing integration through ownership, contract manufacturing, the Maquiladoras & border-area plants, cross-border-issues and trade. From our Tucson AZ location (less than an hour from the border) our connections run deep throughout Mexico manufacturing. The Team members have been in a hundreds of Mexican plants and worked of every issue arising from their activities. This includes strong experience in moving manufacturing from other countries like China to Mexico.
TRU trabaja localmente en México, y en el Sur Oeste de los EE.UU. cerca de la frontera entre México y los EE.UU. Tenemos consultores bilingües en los tres países del TLC que trabajan conjuntamente con México. TRU puede ayuda a compañías que cruzan fronteras, comercio con el TLC, y asuntos de manufactura.
We can also consider all aspects of Mexico versus China manufacturing.
New clients with an interest in having TRU Group work with them in Mexico please contact:
Edward R. Anderson,
TRU Group Inc., President & CEO
B.Sc.(Hons)., Dpl.(Marketing Research)., MBA., FCIArb
International Mobile Cell: +1-520-229-7836
USA: 1-520-575-0674 Canada: 1-416-935-1754
We assist Mexican manufacturers to do business in the United States, Canada and Europe
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