NOGALES – With
the generation of 45,000 direct jobs, the maquiladora export industry is the
main economic engine on the border of Nogales, Sonora Genaro
Vecera Álvarez, executive director of the Association of Maquiladoras of Sonora
– With the economic reactivation underway, the survival challenges for the
industrial sector have not diminished, highlighted the Chamber of the
Transformation Industry of Nuevo Leon (Caintra) "Through the most recent survey...
By Nancy J Gonzalez Wearing a
mask, being six feet away from each other, taking one’s temperature before
entering a public place, constant hand washing, and sanitizing public places is
the new normal These COVID-19 preventive measurements are...
The COVID-19 pandemic led companies like Lear Corporation to experience a
quarter drop in sales Mario
Cedillo, director of Human Resources at the corporate office in Mexico,
explained that, with the change of the traffic light to...
By Nancy J Gonzalez The
modifications to the General Rules of Foreign Trade (RGCE) published recently
on July 24th eliminate benefits to manufacturers in Mexico making the country
less attractive to foreign investors Before
JUAREZ – With
delays in exports, roadblocks that caused technical stoppages, restrictions due
to the pandemic and new charges imposed by the federal government, this is how
the maquilas in Juarez, considered the economic engine of the city,...
JUAREZ – In
April, purchases of supplies from national companies fell by 65%, when the
industry in Ciudad Juárez was paralyzed by the COVID-19 crisis According
to data from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi) in...
SONORA – Making
more efficient use of raw materials and reducing operating costs are the
benefits generated to the industry by the circular economy and Sonora already
has some cases of this process The term
"remanufacturing" will become more...
JUAREZ – Excessive
regulation of maquiladora companies, the only economic sector in Ciudad Juarez
that is growing despite the pandemic, will further prolong the economic crisis
resulting from COVID-19, said Isaac Leobardo Sánchez Juárez, an...
– Nuevo Leon's industry is operating at 66% of its capacity due to the COVID-19
pandemic and is affected by the delay in the refund of Value Added Tax (VAT)
and the elimination of the benefit to certified export companies, said...