Category: Supply Chain

USMCA will give advantages to Chinese suppliers

CIUDAD JUAREZ – With the USMCA’s entry into force and the trade war between the United States and China, Mexico has the opportunity to replace the Asian country as a supplier and attract more foreign direct investment through reshoring, said...

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BRP Increases Manufacturing Capacity in Mexico

Nancy Gonzalez / BorderNow A day after the United State, Mexico, Canada Agreement (USMCA) entered in operation, BRP announced that it is increasing its manufacturing capacity with the construction of a new facility in Mexico to meet demand for...

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Mission to open massive Texas avocado center

OXNARD – Mission Produce, Inc the world’s most advanced avocado network, announced it has broken ground on a mega distribution center in Laredo, Texas, which will initially create approximately 75 jobs The 262,000 square foot capital...

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Juarez’s industry faces challenges due to COVID-19

JUAREZ – Recovering from the damage caused by the Covid-19 work stoppage and the entry into force of the USMCA next July are the most important challenges facing the automotive industry, said Pedro Chavira, president of Index Juarez...

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Sonora’s essential sectors are operating at 70%.

SONORA – The 2020 National Economic Reactivation Plan, in the midst of the health emergency by Covid-19, in Sonora is being gradual, so in the first nine days they are working at 70% of their capacity, which means that about 100,000 Sonorans have...

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Maquiladora industry will not recover until 2021: INDEX

JUAREZ –Juarez's maquiladora industry is expected to recover from the ravages of the Covid-19 pandemic by 2021, said Pedro Chavira, president of INDEX Juarez Chavira recalled that the pandemic caused a drop in sales internationally, which...

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Medical supply production grows in Baja California

BAJA CALIFORNIA – The coronavirus has dramatically increased global demand for medical equipment and despite being a producer, Mexico's shortages, along with a lack of staff, have contributed to the country having one of the highest...

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Nogales moves forward in the reactivation of the maquiladora industry

NOGALES - The reactivation of the maquiladora industry on the Nogales border continues, but it is still estimated that approximately 38% of the workforce has not yet returned to work Within that percentage are workers considered to be at high...

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Maquiladora industry boosted the construction sector in Juarez

JUAREZ – The reactivation of 90% of the maquiladora industry in Juarez boosted the construction sector, which returned to the list of essential activities in early June Luis Mario Baeza Cano, local president of the Mexican Chamber of the...

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Coahuila workers asked for support due to Covid-19 pandemic

COAHUILA – About 22,582 workers in the state of Coahuila requested support from Infonavit for technical stoppages in the companies where they work in order to continue paying their mortgages The figure represents one third of the 67,404...

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