Maquila is the short form of the word maquiladora. It was originally associated with the process of milling. It has become the word for another kind of processing - the assembly of imported component parts for re-export. The maquilas in Mexico began as a border phenomenon in the 1970s. US firms set up assembly plants on the Mexican side of the border. They import components and raw materials duty-free, and reexport the finished product to the US.
Directory focused to the maquila industry with listing of companies and information to low cost contract.
Provides assistance to foreign companies starting manufacturing operations or assembly processes. Offices in Garza Garcia, Saltillo, and San Luis Potosi.
Dedicated to supporting and servicing the Mexico maquiladora manufacturing industry.
Guide of the maquiladora industry, including information to general and special topics related with this industry and the economy, laws and taxes.
Consulting services and contracted administration for US manufacturers relocating production to Mexico. Offices in San Diego and Tijuana.
Assist manufacturing companies to establish operations in Mexico. Includes details of services offered.
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