Infrastructure In Mexico

Meeting Global Standards for Infrastructure & IT Services

Infrastructure In Mexico

Meeting Global Standards for Infrastructure & IT Services

Through recent infrastructure improvements in the last decade, Mexico has matured into a global manufacturing hub. It offers world-class industrial real estate and modern infrastructure throughout the country.

In 2019, the Mexican government announced a plan to spend roughly $44M on new and improved infrastructure to bolster its manufacturing capabilities and ensure long-term success. This investment represents a progressive plan for transportation infrastructure, IT, energy projects, and private investment in many other sectors. It’s designed to help Mexico’s economic growth and increase the country’s competitiveness on a global scale. These infrastructure changes have made manufacturing in Mexico more desirable than ever due to favorable location, cost-effectiveness, and skilled labor.

With high-speed broadband and a large pool of qualified IT professionals, Mexico has become one of the most attractive manufacturing and business process outsourcing (BPO) locations in the world. This is true not only in Mexico City, but in virtually every industrial city in the country. Major national infrastructure investments and advancements have been a key factor leading up to this achievement.

Transportation routes also continue to improve throughout the country as Mexico invests heavily in new highways, container ports, and the modernization of airports and railways. Due to the continuation of Mexican infrastructure development, manufacturing in Mexico is now prevalent away from the border. This is particularly the case in historically rural areas and states, such as Guanajuato, Aguascalientes, San Luis Potosi and Queretaro.

Staying ahead of Mexico’s economic development, and technological growth in general, NAPS has a full-service IT department consisting of experienced engineers and IT staff. These professionals help manage our integrated systems and our own client information. In 2007, NAPS developed and launched multiple online reporting tools. Among these tools, the Info Center and eNAPS help clients in several sectors track key performance metrics and quantifiable indicators. These proprietary tools also enable them to monitor all financial transactions from anywhere in the world.

Through recent infrastructure improvements in the last decade, Mexico has matured into a global manufacturing hub. It offers world-class industrial real estate and modern infrastructure throughout the country.

In 2019, the Mexican government announced a plan to spend roughly $44M on new and improved infrastructure to bolster its manufacturing capabilities and ensure long-term success. This investment represents a progressive plan for transportation infrastructure, IT, energy projects, and private investment in many other sectors. It’s designed to help Mexico’s economic growth and increase the country’s competitiveness on a global scale. These infrastructure changes have made manufacturing in Mexico more desirable than ever due to favorable location, cost-effectiveness, and skilled labor.

With high-speed broadband and a large pool of qualified IT professionals, Mexico has become one of the most attractive manufacturing and business process outsourcing (BPO) locations in the world. This is true not only in Mexico City, but in virtually every industrial city in the country. Major national infrastructure investments and advancements have been a key factor leading up to this achievement.

Transportation routes also continue to improve throughout the country as Mexico invests heavily in new highways, container ports, and the modernization of airports and railways. Due to the continuation of Mexican infrastructure development, manufacturing in Mexico is now prevalent away from the border. This is particularly the case in historically rural areas and states, such as Guanajuato, Aguascalientes, San Luis Potosi and Queretaro.

Staying ahead of Mexico’s economic development, and technological growth in general, NAPS has a full-service IT department consisting of experienced engineers and IT staff. These professionals help manage our integrated systems and our own client information. In 2007, NAPS developed and launched multiple online reporting tools. Among these tools, the Info Center and eNAPS help clients in several sectors track key performance metrics and quantifiable indicators. These proprietary tools also enable them to monitor all financial transactions from anywhere in the world.

Mexico’s Key Infrastructure Advantages

Technology Investment:

  • Faster telecommunication lines
  • Computer technology meeting United States standards
  • High-speed broadband accessibility
  • Educated and experienced IT support

Transport Infrastructure:

  • New highway systems throughout the country
  • Roughly 2,000+ airports in all of Mexico, with direct flights to Canada and the U.S., as well as other international flights
  • Railways connecting central Mexico with various U.S. border cities

Ease & Access to Ports:

  • 16 major ports with over 100 port terminals
  • Close proximity to Mexico’s railway systems
  • Large infrastructure investment from the Government

Why NAPS

Manufacturing In Mexico

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(800) 551-8581

Outside the U.S.
(858) 794-7947