Manufacturing Process for Getting Started in Mexico
Setting up a business in Mexico can be as simple as 1-2-3 with NovaLink’s shelter manufacturing process.
NovaLink’s Mexico Manufacturing Process Is Simple
Setting up a business in Mexico can be as simple as 1-2-3 with NovaLink’s shelter manufacturing process. No matter what size your company may be or where you are starting, NovaLink can help you with Nearshore Manufacturing Services. We provide the process, software, facilities, and manpower to get you up and running quickly and efficiently.
NovaLink puts its 30 years of experience into getting your manufacturing project off to a great start: analysis, site visits, classifications, permits, factory setup, and training are all part of our workflow before your company starts production.
NovaLink Manufacturing Facility Video
NovaLink has released a new video highlighting the versatility of their manufacturing facility in Matamoros, Mexico. In this video, you will be able to see the factory and its associates in action. The video, which was filmed on the floor of the manufacturing facility, illustrates the variety of manufacturing operations and the wide range of skills represented by the workforce. As well as demonstrating NovaLink’s commitment to first class manufacturing, the video also emphasizes its commitment to safety protocols for the health of its workers and clients.
How Do You Get a Factory in Mexico: Manufacturing Process Overview for New Partners
It is easy to get a factory in Mexico and begin manufacturing. With our analysis, site visits, classifications, permits, factory setup, and training, NovaLink is dedicated to getting your manufacturing project off to a great start.
The Manufacturing Process Is the Same for Large and Small Companies
Mexico’s traditional shelter companies provide services that are not integral to their customers’ manufacturing processes. From A to Z, we can assist your business with all tasks and functions required to manufacture your products in Mexico. We provide manufacturers with a comprehensive and all-inclusive service that is truly unique in the market.
Whatever the size of your company or where you are in the process of starting, NovaLink can help. We do it at a low cost and with little risk.
Frequently Asked Questions: How Much Does It Cost to Start a Company in Mexico?
Before you can determine how much does it cost to start a company in Mexico, you will need to address a number of issues and misconceptions associated with starting a manufacturing operation.
What type of products do you want to manufacture?
There will be different issues depending on the type of goods you want to make and how you intend to import them back into the United States. It will be less expensive to procure materials and create a simple product, like a garment, while it will be more difficult to make a complex product, like an electronic device. The location of your manufacturing operations is crucial determining the cost to start a company in Mexico.
Do you wish to start on your own or do you want to use a shelter model?
Foreign manufacturers can open maquiladoras in Mexico through the shelter manufacturing model without going through the paperwork required to establish a Mexican company. Your manufacturing will run cheaper if you do everything yourself in Mexico, but it will also take a lot longer and be more challenging.
Finding the Best Geographic Location
Site Selection for Your Manufacturing is Important
Mexico’s industrial capabilities make where to locate Mexico manufacturing operations less difficult; most locations in the country have some sort of industrial facility and background, although some locations are better than others. The type of manufacturing a company is going to initiate and how often the finished goods will be sent back to the U.S. will play an important role in the final site selection in Mexico shelter manufacturing services.
Do You Have a Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ)?
It is common practice in manufacturing to set a minimum order quantity (MOQ), which is the fewest amount of units that need to be purchased at once. Manufacturers or suppliers usually use MOQs for production runs, but a manufacturer can set them for different types of orders. At NovaLink, we do not establish relationships with our manufacturing partners based on MOQs, but rather through sustained production. NovaLink believes that having a consistent volume that engages full-time manufacturing teams year-round is the key to a successful, financially-viable manufacturing project.