Industrial space in Mexicali is fairly abundant. There are large industrial parks in Mexicali built mostly by regional developers but smaller, stand-alone industrial buildings also exist. The city government has successfully kept up with Mexicali’s growth by improving the roads, access to technology and availability of public transportation.
Mexicali is considered one of Mexico’s safest border cities, where violent crime is limited. Mexicali’s success in keeping crime low is partly due to its remote, desert location. The trade off, from a manufacturing prospective, is the hot climate in the summer months, where temperatures can reach over 120F (52C) and the added cost of transportation to the nearest U.S. commercial city of San Diego, some 120 (192 kilometers) miles to the west. Despite its location, Mexicali continues to attract new foreign investment and enjoys one of Mexico’s lowest unemployment rates.
NAPS’ client base in Mexicali continues to grow with the city, especially with companies who prefer a less congested, remote location. Our company offers its full-service Administration and Compliance Management Program in Mexicali so companies can focus on production and quality control without the concern of government compliance, HR, Accounting, import/export and environmental health & safety activities.