Shelter Services Prove to be Advantageous for Manufacturing in Mexico
November 14, 2012
The low cost of labor and its proximately to the United States are the primary competitive advantages for manufacturing in Mexico. The guidance from shelter companies in Mexico is recognized as a viable and attractive solution for companies seeking to manufacture in Mexico.
Since 1991, North American Production Sharing, Inc. (NAPS) has focused on innovation and attention to client satisfaction, while revolutionizing the Mexico manufacturing service industry. Foreign companies operating in Mexico have realized new business opportunities by manufacturing in Mexico. Businesses have discovered that inexpensive labor, reasonable shipping, reduced tariffs, and compatible time zones make Mexico the logical choice. Statistics prove that Mexico, In fact, grew 20 percent between 2010 and 2011 within the electronic industry. The country is the sixth-largest electronics industry supplier in the world and is the second-largest exporter of electronics to the United States.
For small and medium-sized companies looking to improve and expand their businesses, particularly in the area of off shoring and manufacturing in low-cost countries, shelter services in Mexico are the answer. Over 80 companies have used NAPS to reach their goals in Mexico and remain competitive, while simultaneously achieving long-term success.
“The most effective way for manufacturers to mitigate their risk when expanding into Mexico is to use a reputable shelter provider for all of their administration and compliance management requirements,” says Scott Stanley, NAPS’ Sr. Vice President of Sales & Marketing. “We enable our clients to strictly focus on production and quality control, which often leads to rapid growth and a successful operation.”
Whether moving production back from Asia or expanding operations from a higher-wage country, Manufacturing in Mexico may likely have more advantages than any other country in the world.