Manufacturing in Mexico


19Dec

Packaging sector sees future in automotive sector

The arrival of new investment will detonate the demand of specialized materials. The automotive industry requires packaging more resistant to protect the parts.


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07Dec

Ford Motor Company moving jobs from Mexico to Northeast Ohio

Ford Motor Company announced that it will take jobs from Mexico and put them in Northeast Ohio. Workers are guaranteed to earn a steady paycheck with Ford making a $128 million investment in the Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake, after the state approved an incentive package valued at $15 million.

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07Dec

Mexico's IMEF Manufacturing Index Picks Up In November

MEXICO CITY (Dow Jones)--The Mexican Institute of Finance Executives, or IMEF, said Tuesday that its manufacturing index rose for a second consecutive month in November, suggesting that the economy could be heading for a strong close to the year.

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06Dec

BMW analyzes to produce in Mexico

Mexico.- For BMW, Mexico is a strategic country, so BMW is exploring the possibility of producing in the country. The German car maker already took the first step, establishing a regional office of auto parts, which in 2012 will acquire 2.000 billion euros (mde).

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06Dec

Nigeria Missing as UNIDO Announces Rise in Global Manufacturing

Private and public sector leaders have expressed concern over the conspicuous absence of Nigeria from the list of countries that helped to push up the figures of global manufacturing in the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation’s (UNIDO) latest report.

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02Dec

U.S. Manufacturers Make Gains vs. Low-Cost Competitors on Weak Dollar, Foreign Inflation, According to AlixPartners Study

Mexico Continues to Lead as Lowest-Cost Country for U.S. Outsourcing; U.S. Closing Cost Gap with China

NEW YORK -- U.S. manufacturers are regaining some of their global competitiveness, primarily driven by a weak dollar and wage inflation in countries long-considered to be more cost-efficient locales.

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