Tag Archives: Nearshoring

3 Reasons Mexico is Manufacturing’s Cross-Border ‘Nearshore’ Home

Automotive, Cross Border, Industrial Manufacturing, Supply Chain
September 10, 2015

For years, China has been the go-to destination for offshore industrial manufacturing. Abundant and low-cost labor and manufacturing costs, cheap oil, and reliable trade routes convinced many manufacturers to relocate industrial operations overseas. ...

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Webinar Recap: 5 Questions Answered About Nearshoring Manufacturing to Mexico

Cross Docking, Industrial Manufacturing, Supply Chain
September 3, 2015

As wages and production costs have risen in China, manufacturers have looked south to Mexico as their next outsourcing destination. Yet, the move comes with questions: Can my organization benefit from bringing manufacturing operations back to Mexico ...

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Automotive Manufacturing in Mexico: the Billion-Dollar Nearshore Market

Automotive, Cross Border, Supply Chain
July 30, 2015

The Mexico automotive manufacturing industry has been active since the 1930s. Yet, in the past 20 years, the cost benefits, convenience, and proximity of “nearshoring” in Mexico has lured a host of OEMs, tier one and tier two companies south. ...

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Pros and Cons Behind the ‘Nearshore’ Move to Mexico

Cross Border, Inbound Manufacturing Product Flow, Supply Chain
June 12, 2015

After almost two decades of offshoring manufacturing across the Pacific, some automotive, technology, aeronautics and consumer electronics companies have decided to “reshore” their operations closer to home. For many, Mexico has become the near-s...

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