Facilities

Brownsville Distribution Facility

Manufacturing Factories in MexicoNovaLink’s Brownsville distribution facility has 60,000 square feet in production and is conveniently located only 30 minutes from the NovaLink Matamoros facility and company headquarters. 3301 Nafta Parkway, Suite A Brownsville, Texas 78526

Brownsville is located on the western Gulf Coast in South Texas, adjacent to the border with Matamoros, Mexico. Brownsville’s economic activity is derived from the service and manufacturing industries. Brownsville’s economy is based mainly on its international trade with Mexico under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Due to Matamoros’ maquiladora (English: textile factory) boom, Brownsville experienced growth in the air cargo industry during the late 1980s. It is home to one of the fastest growing manufacturing sectors in the United States. Brownsville has been recognized as having one of the best pro-business climates in the United States.

Matamoros Facility

Manufacturing Factories in MexicoNovaLink’s Manufacturing Factories in Mexico feature 2 buildings of manufacturing space in addition to the NovaLink Headquarters. Nova A: 203,172 sq. ft of manufacturing space Nova B: 201,739 sq. ft of manufacturing space.  Ave. Prolongación Calle Industrial #196 A Parque Industrial del Norte Matamoros, Tamaulipas 87316 Mexico.

Matamoros, one of the Manufacturing Border Cities in Mexico, officially known as Heroica Matamoros, is a city in the northeastern Mexican state of Tamaulipas. It is located on the southern bank of the Rio Grande, directly across the border from Brownsville, Texas, in the United States. Matamoros is the second largest city in the state of Tamaulipas. As of 2016, Matamoros had a population of 520,367. In addition, the Matamoros–Brownsville Metropolitan Area has a population of 1,387,985 making it the 4th largest metropolitan area on the Mexico–US border. Matamoros is one of the fastest growing cities in Mexico, and has one of the fastest growing economies in the country. The economy of the city is significantly based on its international trade with the United States through the NAFTA agreement, and it is home to one of the most promising industrial sectors in Mexico, mainly due to the presence of maquiladoras.