Start doing business in Mexico in as little as 30 days.
Has your company been hit by the generalized lack of skilled labour in Canada? If yes, might I suggest you start – manufacturing in Mexico – with Shelter Services? Through our EMPROSS program, we’ll help you handle: your company’s site selection process, your shelter outsourcing selection, as well as figuring out your – feasibility – and long term strategy as part of our due diligence support. You just have to worry about doing what you do best, manufacturing.
Key benefits for Canadian companies who start manufacturing in Mexico with Shelter services
- Start doing business in Mexico in as little as 30 days.
- Lower your start-up costs.
- Increase your efficiency in the manufacturing community.
- Control every aspect that matters to you.
What are shelter services?
What’s included in EMPROSS
Our “Expanding to Mexico Program with Shelter Services” (EMPROSS) provides Canadian companies with the expertise – and know how – of moving your manufacturing operations to Mexico where you will find a large pool of highly skilled labor that will ensure your company stays competitive.
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Why Canadian companies must start manufacturing in Mexico with Shelter services?
First of all, there are already more than 3,700 foreign manufacturers doing bussiness in Mexico from various countries and continents.
Mexico grants Canadian companies with flexibility and dynamism, also companies can optimize their manufacturing capabilities in North America and improve their supply chain infrastructure by doing business with a fellow CUSMA signee neighboring country.
Many Canadian companies – and manufacturers – can ensure certainty in trade policies, like the 2021 USMCA which grants them access to the largest network of Free Trade Agreements by manufacturing in Mexico with an IMMEX certified Shelter provider.
Canadian manufacturers can take advantage of Mexico’s adaptive and highly skilled labor force which can adjust to new technologies and policies fairly quickly.
Around 25% of all foreign manufacturers in Mexico started operations with a Shelter service provider.
Supply chain and generalized skilled labor shortages are prompting North American manufacturers to consider Ally Shoring production in Mexico, so that they remain close to their customers and providers, to improve their competitiveness in the market and reduce inventory.
There are 9 Major Shelter companies in Mexico who provide Canadian and other foreign manufacturing companies with administrative services that help companies lower risks, reduce costs, and shorten the learning curve for ramping up operations.
Canadian companies that use the Shelter manufacturing model in Mexico are focused in enhancing their productivity. Canadian manufacturers reduce costs through advanced manufacturing technologies.
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