Manufacturing in Aguascalientes

Manufacturing in Aguascalientes has exploded over the past two years due to the expansion of the big automotive companies, such as Nissan, Mazda, GM, Honda, Infiniti and Volkswagen. Hundreds of automotive suppliers from around the world are exploring manufacturing in Aguascalientes as a strategy to locate near their OEM clients.

Manufacturing in Aguascalientes

Manufacturing in Aguascalientes has exploded over the past two years due to the expansion of the big automotive companies, such as Nissan, Mazda, GM, Honda, Infiniti and Volkswagen. Hundreds of automotive suppliers from around the world are exploring manufacturing in Aguascalientes as a strategy to locate near their OEM clients.

The city of Aguascalientes and its surrounding areas provide a comfortable and safe environment for foreigners to visit or live. As of 2017, the city’s population was over 1.3 million and is expected to grow at about 2.5% annually. With an average age of 24 years old, the labor market in Aguascalientes is strong for companies who want to manufacture in Aguascalientes.  However, manufacturing in Aguascalientes is not without its challenges. First, the government in Aguascalientes controls most of the available land and encourages companies to purchase land and build their facilities, rather than lease an existing building. The nature of this arrangement with the government is uncommon in Mexico, as most state governments also encourage private, institutional real estate investors to buy land and build industrial parks for manufacturing in Aguascalientes. There are very few industrial parks in Aguascalientes due to the government’s control of land and therefore operations that would prefer to lease industrial space should consider Guanajuato, which borders Aguascalientes to the south.

Evaluating Aguascalientes for the purpose of manufacturing in Mexico can be accomplished by working closely with NAPS. Our experience in Aguascalientes enables us to work affectively with the state and local government officials, to ensure our client’s facilities run smoothly and remain compliant with all Mexican laws and regulations.

The city of Aguascalientes and its surrounding areas provide a comfortable and safe environment for foreigners to visit or live. As of 2017, the city’s population was over 1.3 million and is expected to grow at about 2.5% annually. With an average age of 24 years old, the labor market in Aguascalientes is strong for companies who want to manufacture in Aguascalientes.  However, manufacturing in Aguascalientes is not without its challenges. First, the government in Aguascalientes controls most of the available land and encourages companies to purchase land and build their facilities, rather than lease an existing building. The nature of this arrangement with the government is uncommon in Mexico, as most state governments also encourage private, institutional real estate investors to buy land and build industrial parks for manufacturing in Aguascalientes. There are very few industrial parks in Aguascalientes due to the government’s control of land and therefore operations that would prefer to lease industrial space should consider Guanajuato, which borders Aguascalientes to the south.

Evaluating Aguascalientes for the purpose of manufacturing in Mexico can be accomplished by working closely with NAPS. Our experience in Aguascalientes enables us to work affectively with the state and local government officials, to ensure our client’s facilities run smoothly and remain compliant with all Mexican laws and regulations.

Where NAPS Manages Factories & Manufacturing Plants in Mexico

If you are in the process of looking for Mexico manufacturing plants, NAPS currently offers its premier Administration and Compliance Management Program in the following areas for companies interested in manufacturing in Mexico:

Tijuana
Guanajuato
Puebla
Monterrey
Mexicali
Aguascalientes
Saltillo
Ciudad Juarez
San Luis Potosi
Zacatecas
Celaya
Salamanca
Irapuato
Silao
Queretaro
León

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

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