Getting Started With Manufacturing in Mexico

Getting Started With Manufacturing in Mexico Is Easy With NovaLink

Getting started with manufacturing in Mexico doesn’t have to be a long, complicated process. Consider NovaLink if you are considering Mexico as a manufacturing destination. Our streamlined manufacturing process for getting started in Mexico  our modern manufacturing facilities and our 30 years of experience make shelter manufacturing quick and efficient.  Manufacturing in Mexico versus China is an easy decision with all the advantages of reshoring manufacturing to North America.

FAQ: What is the USMCA?

USMCA stands for United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which was signed on November 30, 2018. Essentially, it replaces the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) which was in place since January 1994. NAFTA slowly phased out tariffs on most goods between North America’s three main economic powers. All agricultural and textile products, cars, and other goods had their tariffs reduced or eliminated by 2008.

Our Manufacturing Process Is Easy

We have the process of getting started with manufacturing in Mexico down to a science. Whether you are a large corporation or a small business trying to get going, or a manufacturing company looking to move manufacturing out of China, NovaLink has the processes, consulting for supply chain, software, facilities and manpower to help you get your business started quickly and efficiently with minimal costs.

Mexico Manufacturing Advantages

The U.S.’s top manufacturing base is Mexico, not China. Mexico is great for manufacturing companies because it allows them to reduce their expenses and increase their revenue.

Decreased Time to Market

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

Inexpensive, but skilled Maquiladoras Labor

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.

Increased Investment in Mexico

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.

Free-trade Agreements Covering 44 Countries

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.

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In a foreign country such as Mexico, setting up manufacturing has its own set of complexities. Understanding Mexican regulations and laws, and the customs and laws corresponding to those of the United States, can help you save time and avoid frustration. Here is some advice for helping to cut the red tape
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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. Partnering with NovaLink is not for “short runs” or products that require simple, machine-based production.

 

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