Electronic Manufacturing Services

Electronic Manufacturing Services with NovaLink

At NovaLink, we manufacture quality electronic products, including assembly, as one of the premier Mexico contract manufacturing partners. Since 1997, NovaLink has been offering electronic manufacturing services, one of the most growing manufacturing industries in Mexico.

NovaLink provides a variety of electronic manufacturing services, including:

  • Design Consultation / EngineeringPrototyping & Sampling
  • Technical Design & Quality Control
  • Process Engineering
  • Time studies
  • Line Layout
  • Sub Assembly
  • Wire Harness Assembly
  • Component Assembly

From large, blue-chip companies with brand name labels to small and midsize companies with limited resources, NovaLink’s Mexico shelter manufacturing services are ideally suited to companies looking to reduce costs associated with electronic manufacturing services.

Maquiladora and Electronics Manufacturing

Manufacturing electronics typically requires a skilled, trainable workforce. This industry contains products with a high labor content requiring manual processes. When paired with a motivated, consistent workforce, Maquiladoras produce tangible, consistent and positive results for the electrical industry. Large operations such as Powell Electrical trust NovaLink with their full service manufacturing operations.

Mexico Manufacturing Advantages

Mexico, not China, is the most favored manufacturing base for companies in the United States.  There are many reasons for this, but the most important is the ability for companies to reduce their expenses while increasing their revenue by manufacturing in Mexico.

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It is literally right across the border from Texas, and NovaLink has well-developed supply chains.

Mexican laborers, whose wages are 30 % lower than China, are skilled in auto-making and equipment industries, as well as other labor-intensive industries, such as clothing and textiles.

Following the signing of the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1994, Mexico saw a surge in manufacturing investments and, after a significant share of factory work went to China when they entered the World Trade Organization in 2001, the pendulum is now swinging back in Mexico’s favor.

Mexico has free-trade agreements with 44 countries. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) provides access manufacturers in Mexico from the USA and Canada. The Mexican government encourages foreign investments.