Furniture Manufacturing in Mexico

Furniture manufacturing in Mexico has always played a roll in Mexico’s diverse manufacturing industry; however, there was a significant exodus during the turn of the century to China and other low-cost Asian countries. By 2010, Mexico had lost approximately 65% of its furniture industry manufacturing base to other countries.

Furniture Manufacturing in Mexico

Furniture manufacturing in Mexico has always played a roll in Mexico’s diverse manufacturing industry; however, there was a significant exodus during the turn of the century to China and other low-cost Asian countries. By 2010, Mexico had lost approximately 65% of its furniture industry manufacturing base to other countries.

As of 2014, ballooning wages in China and the United States are driving furniture manufacturers back to Mexico at a record pace. Fortunately, the skilled labor force, especially sewers, for this industry that was left behind some 15 years ago still exists and is able and willing to participate in this resurgence.

Manufacturing wood furniture in Mexico typically requires a lot of industrial space, which is contributing to the industrial real estate boom throughout the country. The impact, however, is far greater along the major border cities, where even places like Juarez, Mexico are experiencing a significant resurgence.

Manufacturing in Mexico, furniture or otherwise, has become far more complex with regard to the administration and compliance management requirements of the Mexican government. As administration and compliance management experts in Mexico, NAPS helps its clients stay focused on furniture production and quality control by handling 100% of their day-to-day administration, including Human Resources, Accounting, Import/Export, Environmental Health & Safety and all government compliance throughout each functional area. Contact us to learn more about furniture manufacturers in Mexico with NAPS.

As of 2014, ballooning wages in China and the United States are driving furniture manufacturers back to Mexico at a record pace. Fortunately, the skilled labor force, especially sewers, for this industry that was left behind some 15 years ago still exists and is able and willing to participate in this resurgence.

Manufacturing wood furniture in Mexico typically requires a lot of industrial space, which is contributing to the industrial real estate boom throughout the country. The impact, however, is far greater along the major border cities, where even places like Juarez, Mexico are experiencing a significant resurgence.

Manufacturing in Mexico, furniture or otherwise, has become far more complex with regard to the administration and compliance management requirements of the Mexican government. As administration and compliance management experts in Mexico, NAPS helps its clients stay focused on furniture production and quality control by handling 100% of their day-to-day administration, including Human Resources, Accounting, Import/Export, Environmental Health & Safety and all government compliance throughout each functional area. Contact us to learn more about furniture manufacturers in Mexico with NAPS.

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