Mexico Textile Manufacturing

Mexico Textile Manufacturing

Mexico Textile Manufacturing: The textile industry benefits greatly from Maquiladoras, utilized by NovaLink for their highly-skilled textile manufacturing expertise and quality. Because most textile products encompass the traits of a high demand, low automation model, a significant manpower for is required.


Textile materials are purchased at a cost-effective price in Mexico, or when possible, sourced abroad. NovaLink is able to skillfully and quickly manufacture textile products in large volumes or small custom driven quantities depending on the needs of the client.


Mexico Textile Manufacturing is a highly favored industry by the United States.  According to the International Trade Association: “Although Mexico is a major producer and exporter of textile products, the Mexican textile sector is so large (and with tariff-free treatment under USMCA) that it represents a best prospect industry sector for U.S. exporters of specialty fabrics, yarns, and equipment.”

Whitepaper: 5 Reasons Why Nearshore Manufacturing is a Perfect Fit for Mexico’s Textile and Apparel Industry

Mexico’s textile and apparel industries are becoming more diversified and expanding with newer investments in technology and infrastructure. If your company is seeking a resource for garment and textile manufacturing, there is no better fit than Mexico. Here are 5 reasons why.

Mexico Textile Manufacturing Services We Offer

  • Design Consultation / Engineering
  • Pattern Making
  • Prototyping & Sampling
  • Pattern Making
  • Grading & Nesting
  • Fabric / Component Sourcing
  • Technical Design & Quality Control
  • Process Engineering
  • Time studies
  • Line Layout
  • Cutting
  • Sewing
  • Automotive
  • Garment
  • Fashion
  • Aviation – Seating/Pillows/Blankets
  • Commercial Seating
  • Marine
  • Military/Recreational Covers
  • Athletic Wear
  • Industrial Safety
  • Promotional Products
  • Hospitality Bedding
  • Medical Curtains
  • Medical Devices
  • Outdoor/Indoor cushion/Pillows

Turtle Fur Case Study

Turtle Fur needed manufacturing garment production, but required the labor pool to scale up and reduce for their seasonal production (an increase/decrease of 20% in workforce depending on the seasonal runs).  Keeping a large labor crew all year round was not profitable.  In addition, Turtle Fur needed the labor crew to be able to work on several different types of products based upon demand, and not have anyone working on the line as a “specialist”.

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