Category: Manufacturing

Nuevo León’s manufacturing GDP could fall 15% this year: Caintra

MONTERREY – The expectation of the Chamber of the Transformation Industry of Nuevo León (Caintra) is that the entity will have a recovery of 575% this year, while the manufacturing Gross Domestic Product (GDP) could show a fall of 10% to 15%...

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Arizona Launches State-of-the-Art Advanced Manufacturing Training Center

ARIZONA – The State of Arizona, Pinal County, City of Casa Grande, and Central Arizona College have opened a new training center that will prepare Arizonans for jobs in high-tech industries The state-of-the-art facility, named “Drive48,”...

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Nuevo León manufacturing begins to recover

NUEVO LEON – During the month of February, indicators of the activity of the industry of Nuevo León expanded, such as the physical volume of production and new orders However, adverse factors slowed down this recovery, including the export and...

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Maquiladora industry does not stop sanitary measures

CHIHUAHUA – Industrial plants still keep most of their administrative staff working from home, and in the workplace they maintain all control and prevention measures as if the epidemiological traffic light were on red, said Sergio Mendoza Vidal,...

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Energy Outages Disrupted Manufacturing in Mexico

By Nancy J Gonzalez Manufacturing sites in northern Mexico stopped production again This time the pandemic was not the cause of this interruption but the lack of energy in factories, especially those using natural gas Mexico was rationing...

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Border manufacturing is facing union pressure

MONTERREY – Manufacturing in the border states is under pressure from US unions to increase regional content and wages in the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) region Mario Hernández, leading partner of the IMMEX segment in...

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Nuevo León manufacturing started 2021 in contraction zone

NUEVO LEON – Despite the fact that most of the manufacturing indicators in Nuevo León began in January in a contraction zone, they showed an advance compared to the December figures, due to the seasonal effect of the last month of 2020,...

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Electricity and Natural Gas Outages in Northern Mexico Are Causing Big Losses for Manufacturers

By Nancy Gonzalez Soto The electricity and natural gas outages in northern Mexico have generated a loss of US$27 billion in just two days, since almost all of the manufacturing operations were stopped, according to INDEX figures “The most...

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Industries prepare to work at 100%

JUAREZ – Due to the change to yellow of the epidemiological traffic light, maquiladora companies are preparing to call in more employees Jesús Manuel Salayandía Lara, president of the National Chamber of the Transformation Industry...

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Parras de la Fuente will have a new industrial park

PARRAS – With an area of 40 hectares of land, the new Cactus Valley Parras industrial complex will seek to house non-polluting light industrial companies with minimal water consumption, with 15 industrial buildings Grupo Cactus Valley...

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