Weldmex 2006
  May 31, June 1 & 2 - Monterrey, México

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MONTERREY Mexico

Monterrey Nuevo Leon is one of Mexico's leading industrial states, with a GDP of US $48 billion. Its business base consists of 13,251 manufacturing companies, and 51,028 services firms. Greater Monterrey is the financial center for northern Mexico and second only to Mexico City in its industrialization activity, in fact, it has been consistently recognized by Fortune magazine as the best city in Latin America to do business, and accounts for about 95 % of the State of Nuevo Leon's GDP.

Monterrey, Mexico has a diversified industry which includes the production of iron and steel, glass, cement, plastics, chemicals, textiles and other industrial products. Its Mexico exports activity has been increasing during the last few years, especially for glass and automotive accessories. It is important to note that 18% of Mexico's manufactured exports come from Monterrey.

A key export sector, electrical products and components, constitute 35% of total state exports and include products such as automotive harnesses (Alcoa Fujikura and Delphi), electrical condensers (Kemet), electrical motors, electrical consoles and panels (GE), telephone devises (Celestica), and copper wires (Phelps Dodge and Magnekon), among other electrical products. With regard to the maquiladora industry, Monterrey Mexico has experienced continuous growth. Currently, there are 176 maquila plants in the Monterrey Metro Area, which employ 55,622 people.

KEY INDUSTRIES

Steel
Glass
Cement
Plastics
Chemicals

MAIN COMPANIES:

Alcoa Fujikura - Automotive harnesses
Celestica - Telecom devises
CEMEX - Cement
Delphi - Automotive harnesses
General Electric - Electrical consoles and panels
Kemet - Electrical condensers
Phelps Dodge - Electrical motors
Vitro - Glass

ADVANTAGES:

A highly skilled work force
Excellent educational institutions
Excellent transportation infrastructure
World-class supplier network
Entrepreneurial, pro-business culture
Leading business city in Latin America

A key export sector for Monterrey Mexico, electrical products and components, constitute 35% of total state exports and include products such as automotive harnesses (Alcoa Fujikura and Delphi).

CITY PROFILE:

Monterrey is the industrial leader of Mexico and Latin America. The area is home to the nation's largest iron and steel foundries, a major cement producer and home to world-class financial service institutions. It is an impressive city to say the least. While it is home to a top-notch manufacturing base, this high level often scares off new companies looking for lower cost manufacturing opportunities. According to Fortune, Monterrey is the best city in Latin-America to do business due to its geographical location, industrial development and entrepreneurial, progress-oriented culture.

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