Analysis by Crossborder Group Finds Tijuana #1 City in North America for Medical Device Manufacturing Employment
…We think it underscores what we see in other sectors as well: that Mexico’s capabilities are advancing more than many realize, and that Mexico and other nearshore locations can play an important role in keeping U.S. and Canadian companies competitive, especially in highly-globalized industries.”
In addition to employment data, the new briefing also touches on manufacturing costs, logistics, and regulatory/quality certifications held by the 41+ medical device manufacturing companies operating in Tijuana. While developed specifically for the Tijuana EDC, it is part of Crossborder’s continuing work in site selection, B2B surveys, economic modeling, and industrial consulting for medical device and other manufacturers exploring options in Mexico and the NAFTA/CAFTA regions.
You can download the white paper PDF, “Tijuana, North America’s Medical Device Manufacturing Capital” here.
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