There are several advantages of sourcing suppliers in Mexico:
- Lower labor costs: Mexico has a lower labor cost compared to the United States and many other countries, making it an attractive sourcing destination for companies looking to reduce their production costs.
- Favorable trade agreements: Mexico has favorable trade agreements with the United States, Canada, and many other countries, which makes it easier and less expensive for companies to import and export goods. One example is the U.S. – Mexico – Canada Agreement (USMCA).
- Skilled labor force: Mexico has a skilled labor force, particularly in industries such as automotive, aerospace, and electronics. Many workers in these industries have experience and training in specialized fields.
- Proximity to key markets: Mexico is located in a strategic location, with easy access to key markets in North and South America. This makes it easier and more cost-effective for companies to transport goods and access customers.
- Cultural similarity: Mexico shares many cultural similarities with the United States and Canada, which makes it easier for companies to work with Mexican suppliers and build strong relationships.
- Diversification of supply chain: Sourcing from Mexico can help companies diversify their supply chain and reduce their dependence on suppliers in other countries, reducing supply chain risk.
Overall, sourcing suppliers in Mexico offers several advantages for companies looking to reduce costs, improve efficiency, and access new markets.
As a manufacturer in Mexico, NovaLink employs a unique approach that transcends the traditional model of shelter production. More than just the location of your manufacturing, we would like to become a partner in your manufacturing in Mexico. You will be able to relocate or initiate manufacturing for your company in Mexico in a low-cost labor environment with very little delay or up-front costs. Find out how we can help you by handling the manufacturing process.
There are NovaLink facilities in the border cities of Brownsville, Texas, Matamoros, Mexico, and Saltillo, Mexico.