Whitepaper: Mexico: A New Hub for Electronics Manufacturing
Mexico, the second-largest electronics exporter to the U.S., is well-known globally for production of many essential electronics products: flat-screen TVs, computers, smartphones, appliances and more.
Less obvious is the fact that the large OEMs producing in Mexico face a shortage of trusted, proven, in-country suppliers. Overall, Mexican exports to the US are comprised of 40% American content or know-how, compared with just 4% for Chinese exports.
Download our latest whitepaper to learn the key benefits American manufacturers are enjoying in Mexico:
- Key Market: Mexico exports over $71 Billion of electronics products per year, over 85% of which goes to the U.S.
- Major Presence: Nine of the world’s ten leading electronics companies produce in Mexico
- Competitive: Mexico boasts the lowest production costs in the Americas for manufacturing of electronics components and equipment
Download our whitepaper “Mexico: A New Hub for Electronics Manufacturing,” to learn how the strengths of Mexico’s electronics manufacturing sector can translate to growth opportunities for your company.