BIG TEST

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Advantages of Manufacturing in Mexico

There are many reasons why manufacturing in Mexico is simply the better solution: Mexico manufacturing represents the best of both worlds for manufacturing companies who seek to increase quality and production while reducing costs.

Affordable Labor

Low labor costs in Mexico provide many benefits than just a lower bottom line; see how your business can profit from utilizing the low-cost labor pool in Mexico.

Easier Sourcing

U.S.-made parts and products are used by Mexico manufacturers up to four times more than China; this is a tremendous benefit to suppliers in the United States.

Friendly Government

The Mexican government is very friendly to foreign business and investment, as demonstrated by their 44 trade agreements with countries around the globe, including the recently-signed USMCA agreement.

Proximity to the U.S.

Production is closer to the U.S. border; faster time to the consumer market than shipping across the Pacific Ocean, which can take weeks. Manufacturing in Mexico means lower transportation, trucks and trains as opposed to ships, and the abundance of warehousing make Mexico a cost-effective solution.

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Repetitive Manufacturing Repeated production processing comprised of dedicated production lines that produce the same or similar items, all year round, usually committed to a known production rate. Minimal setup, little changeover. Operation speed adjustable to customer demand.

Process Manufacturing (Batch) Allows the use of the “same” production resources for different products. This method of production is capable of creating several items at the same time in a series of production steps. It is important to define minimum order quantity to maintain certain level of efficiency. Once a batch is completed, the equipment, workcell or production line can be entirely switched over to produce the next batch when needed. Batch processing needs to be continued to be efficient.

Discrete Manufacturing Assembly or production line where the processing steps may be diverse with a large variation of setups and changeover frequencies. Miscellaneous production items or discordant in design. Seasonal production may require altering line setup and usually changeovers require more time. All line layouts adjustments and utilities relocation are made in house, no third party support required.

Job Shop Manufacturing Defined production areas (cells) rather than production or assembly lines. Production processes focused on smaller batches/bundles of custom products, can be either made-to-order (MTO) or made-to-stock (MTS). Work Cells usually organized to make a version of the product or performing most of the processing steps altogether. A portion of the process may be performed by automated equipment and selected labor operations executed by multifunctional working cells.

Process Manufacturing (Continuous) Continuous manufacturing is referred to the production process where the materials are always in a state of motion or constant change. Allows things to be produced efficiently at scale, usually referred as mass production. Food processing or energy production are common examples.

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Repetitive Manufacturing

Repeated production processing comprised of dedicated production lines that produce the same or similar items, all year round, usually committed to a known production rate. Minimal setup, little changeover. Operation speed adjustable to customer demand.

Allows the use of the “same” production resources for different products. This method of production is capable of creating several items at the same time in a series of production steps. It is important to define minimum order quantity to maintain certain level of efficiency. Once a batch is completed, the equipment, workcell or production line can be entirely switched over to produce the next batch when needed. Batch processing needs to be continued to be efficient.

Assembly or production line where the processing steps may be diverse with a large variation of setups and changeover frequencies. Miscellaneous production items or discordant in design. Seasonal production may require altering line setup and usually changeovers require more time. All line layouts adjustments and utilities relocation are made in house, no third party support required.

Defined production areas (cells) rather than production or assembly lines. Production processes focused on smaller batches/bundles of custom products, can be either made-to-order (MTO) or made-to-stock (MTS). Workcells usually organized to make a version of the product or performing most of the processing steps althogether. A portion of the process may be performed by automated equipment and selected labor operations executed by multifunctional working cells.

Continuous manufacturing is referred to the production process where the materials are always in a state of motion or constant change. Allows things to be produced efficiently at scale, usually referred as mass production. Food processing or energy production are common examples.