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Mexico and Entrada Group for Private Equity:

The Fast Track to Enhanced Value Creation

For private equity manufacturing, Mexico is THE place for value creation. But getting there on your own isn’t easy or quick. For 20+ years, Entrada has drastically cut the timeframe to entry and reduced the risks for long-term Mexico operations.

We handle all Mexico-related obligations, including labor, compliance and facility. You focus on production quality and business growth.

Jay Winkler

Meet With Us For Your Mexico Manufacturing EBITDA Analysis

Meet with Jay Winkler, our Mexico manufacturing expert, for your strategic value-creation review.

2023 Midwest Capital Connection - Chicago, Illinois (October 25-26)

Set up a meeting with us at the 2023 Midwest Capital Connection for your Mexico operational cost model and learn more about nearshoring manufacturing operations.

Increase Profit With
Reduced Risk

How can you add Mexico to your Value Creation Plan? Start by downloading our guide.

Deep Dive: Different Routes to Mexico Manufacturing

Guides to Mexico Manufacturing

Explore the four key routes to Mexico manufacturing, examining the pros and cons of each.

Latest resources

Webinar: Time to Value

Access the video recordings from Jay’s recent webinar for private equity. View the two 20 minutes and we’ll show you a world of possibility. Here is what you will discover in the recordings:

  • The actual costs of a real-world Mexico operation
  • Mexico’s risks – and how to reduce them
  • How our Mexico solution will fast-track your EBITDA growth

Mexico: The Fast Track to Private Equity Value Creation​​

Read Jay’s article in Industry Today

The 9 Reasons Mexico AND Entrada Group Explore the Four Key Routes to Mexico Manufacturing, Examining the Pros and Cons of Each

Mexico has become the top destination of manufacturers looking for a nearshoring or reshoring option to lessen dependence on China…

Weighing Options for Near-Shoring: Four Models for Manufacturing in Mexico

Diversification, reducing risk, and shifting production closer to markets are key drivers in a business case for stabilizing supply chains. This article explores the benefits and models for launching manufacturing in Mexico.