Manufacturing In Puebla

Located almost directly between Mexico City and Veracruz, Mexico’s largest Atlantic marine port, Puebla is Mexico’s fourth largest city with a population greater than 5 million people. At an elevation of over 7,000 ft. above sea level, Puebla rarely gets hot and enjoys fairly mild year-round temperatures.

Manufacturing In Puebla

Located almost directly between Mexico City and Veracruz, Mexico’s largest Atlantic marine port, Puebla is Mexico’s fourth largest city with a population greater than 5 million people. At an elevation of over 7,000 ft. above sea level, Puebla rarely gets hot and enjoys fairly mild year-round temperatures.

Unlike many cities throughout Mexico, manufacturing in Puebla drives the city’s economy by industries such as, metal mechanics, electronics, food processing, chemicals and automotive. Puebla is home to the largest Volkswagen assembly plant outside of Germany and in 2016, Audi will complete its first Mexican assembly plant just outside the city limits. Furthermore, Honda, Mazda, Nissan, BMW and Daimler have all recently completed, or will soon complete, new assembly plants less than 4 hours north of Puebla in the “Bajio” region of Mexico. This automotive renaissance is attracting a significant automotive supply chain in Mexico, which continues to expand every year.

Foreign companies manufacturing in Puebla can take advantage of its large, low-cost labor pool, as well as its highly trained engineering and professional talent. Operating under the IMMEX program in Mexico, these companies can receive significant tax, fiscal and import/export benefits to help reduce operating expenses at their Mexico manufacturing facilities.

NAPS specializes in helping foreign companies navigate the administration requirements of the IMMEX program in Mexico, as well as virtually all other administration needs, such as human resources, accounting, environmental health & safety and import/export activitiesContact NAPS for information about the Mexico IMMEX program and how we may assist.

Unlike many cities throughout Mexico, manufacturing in Puebla drives the city’s economy by industries such as, metal mechanics, electronics, food processing, chemicals and automotive. Puebla is home to the largest Volkswagen assembly plant outside of Germany and in 2016, Audi will complete its first Mexican assembly plant just outside the city limits. Furthermore, Honda, Mazda, Nissan, BMW and Daimler have all recently completed, or will soon complete, new assembly plants less than 4 hours north of Puebla in the “Bajio” region of Mexico. This automotive renaissance is attracting a significant automotive supply chain in Mexico, which continues to expand every year.

Foreign companies manufacturing in Puebla can take advantage of its large, low-cost labor pool, as well as its highly trained engineering and professional talent. Operating under the IMMEX program in Mexico, these companies can receive significant tax, fiscal and import/export benefits to help reduce operating expenses at their Mexico manufacturing facilities.

NAPS specializes in helping foreign companies navigate the administration requirements of the IMMEX program in Mexico, as well as virtually all other administration needs, such as human resources, accounting, environmental health & safety and import/export activitiesContact NAPS for information about the Mexico IMMEX program and how we may assist.

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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