Issue: Feb 2013


Podcast Reveals Manufacturing Costs in Parts of Mexico Cheaper than China



Entrada Group Interviews Jason King, Vice President of AlixPartners, about Trends in Nearshoring and Reshoring to North America

by Jon Knox

Entrada Group looks at why manufacturing costs in some parts of Mexico are cheaper than in China in the latest installment of their offshore manufacturing podcast series: “Why Mexico Remains the Nearshoring Location of Choice for Manufacturers.”

The podcast and transcript is ideal for your reporting on manufacturing trends for the North American market, covering facts such as:

• Mexico is the world’s fourth-largest auto exporter

• Companies manufacturing in Mexico may be able to lower total costs by 5 to15 percent today versus China, growing to about 20 percent by the year 2015

• Many global companies have been manufacturing in Mexico for decades

Download and/or listen to the podcast or read the transcript here.


About Entrada Group
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Entrada Group is a leading manufacturing shelter operator. It partners with international manufacturers seeking to enhance their competitiveness in the global market by swiftly and easily establishing a low-cost production facility in Mexico and the Americas to serve North American markets. On behalf of the manufacturer, Entrada Group oversees the legal and practical requirements of setting up operations in the host country and provides ongoing production support services, which leaves the client free to focus on its key competency: manufacturing.

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