More than 565 companies from more than 20 countries comprise the Tijuana´s manufacturing ecosystem.
Tijuana’s Pacific Rim location allows for real-time interaction between headquarters and manufacturing plant operations as well as easy access to global markets and trade corridors from two international seaports, two international airports, and seamless connections to California´s extensive highway system – facilitating enhanced logistics and saving on transportation costs.
Tijuana Industrial Infrastructure
TIJUANA is home to more than 75 million square feet of industrial real estate with more than 3.2 million square feet of available space in both new and pre-owned buildings in 51 industrial parks within the city.
Public utilities such as water, and sanitary sewer, electricity, and natural gas are readily available throughout the city. Baja California is the first state in Mexico to lower electricity costs to 16 manufacturing companies in the state through the new Mexican Energy Reform Law.
Experienced Workforce & Engineering Talent
With more than 50 years of solid manufacturing experience, Tijuana as developed one of Mexico´s largest and most highly skilled workforces with more than 158,000 jobs tied to manufacturing in the city. Good manufacturing practices and quality programs implemented by hundreds of companies have evolved into an organizational culture where operative excellence and continuous improvement prevails.
The state of Baja California accounts for more than 50 public and private universities which during more than 2,500 engineers last year. According to Bloomberg, the state´s matriculation of graduated engineers per-capita outnumbers the United States.
The Calibaja Bi-National Mega-Region
Invest in a binational region that talks competitiveness.
With more than 3,600 advanced manufacturing firms, 280,000 manufacturing jobs, and a sophisticated mix of complementary capabilities, CaliBaja is the top R&D and manufacturing mega-region in North America
YES, we can help you
The Tijuana EDC is one of just 38 economic development organizations accredited by the International Economic Development Council -IEDC-.
We offer a robust portfolio of services FREE OF CHARGE to companies interested in establishing a manufacturing operation in Mexico or searching to outsource manufacturing to Mexico.
- Tijuana EDC Soft-landing services
- Advisory – How to manufacture in Mexico?
- Site selection
- Government liaison services
- Manufacturing outsource information
- Initial recruiting support