H1: More than 565 companies have relied on Tijuana for starting a business in Mexico. As a result, they have received the benefits this rich region provides.
The perfect location
Latitude 32°, longitude 117°
Tijuana is in the Northwestern shore of Mexico, sharing a border with the United States, adjacent to San Diego, California. This geographical point is key in terms of logistics, since it facilitates the reception of materials and the shipment of products because it is connected to important distribution areas.
Immediate crossing to the border with the United States, connection to four seaports and proximity to three international airports are some of the benefits of the ideal location that characterizes Tijuana.
Three nearby international airports
Tijuana has the General Abelardo L. Rodríguez International Airport, the fourth largest airport in Mexico. Less than an hour from the border is the San Diego International Airport, and two and a half hours away is the Los Angeles International Airport, with departures and arrivals from all over the world.
Proximity to four ports
Tijuana is a city on the shore of the Pacific Ocean. In two hours or less are the ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach and San Diego, in the United States, and the port of Ensenada, in Mexico. This allows shipping operations for electronics manufacturing in Mexico to be faster.
Setting up in Mexico is convenient and efficient for investors, especially in the city of Tijuana, Baja California
Tijuana’s strategic location results in great logistical benefits. The materials are received on time, deliveries are made without delay and, due to short distances, resources are saved. In addition to the geographical location, this border city has difficult to imitate characteristics in any other global point.
Ensenada: Located 68 miles away from Tijuana, the port of Ensenada is connected to 64 other ports in 28 countries, including China, Japan, New Zealand, and Spain. It handles 2.1 billion tons of cargo annually. It is the Mexican port with the largest commercial movement in the Pacific Ocean.
San Diego: Just 18 miles from Tijuana, San Diego is one of the most versatile ports, since it handles basically any type of cargo.
Long Beach: It is connected with 217 ports around the world. Together with the port of Los Angeles it forms the San Pedro Bay Port complex.
Los Angeles: About 124 miles from the Mexican border, the port of Los Angeles is the # 1 container port in both the United States and North America.
Available space for the industry
Due to its years of experience, Tijuana has adapted infrastructure to support industry and manufacture, increasing so the business opportunities in mexico.
Almost 11% of manufacturing companies in Mexico are located in Tijuana. Local architectural companies have more than 10 years of experience building manufacturing factories and clean rooms.
The most efficient square feet in Mexico
The industrial space of Tijuana consists of industrial parks and buildings available for the settlement of manufacturing companies.
The characteristics of each space may vary as well as the different needs of each company’s operations. Tijuana EDC knows perfectly Tijuana’s industrial ground, which is why it offers site selection services to foreign companies.
Tijuana’s industrial parks are connected to highways to quickly reach other parts of the city, other states and the United States.
One of the busiest borders in the world
Approximately 135,000 people cross this border on a daily basis.
San Ysidro Port of Entry:
Near Tijuana’s tourist area is the port that leads to San Ysidro, in the United States. Due to the number of daily crossings, this entry into the country has received a lot of investment: up to this day it has more than 20 lanes for cars and two pedestrian accesses.
Cross Border Xpress terminal:
The Tijuana airport connects directly to the United States through the CBX crossing, which allows almost immediate crossing to pedestrians arriving at the airport.
Otay Port of Entry:
It has 10 lanes for the crossing of commercial trucks to the United States. It is located near the Otay Industrial Park, and the cargo transport reaches 1.4 million crossings annually.
Tijuana has more than 80 cargo transportation companies, and together with San Diego, they have more than 200, which comply with the required service. The Otay port is the busiest commercial crossing in the entire border area of Baja California-California.
Services’ supply guaranteed to companies
- Water: The Colorado River provides water to the region, along with other desalination plants. The water supply for industrial use covers 100% of demand, with an annual connection growth rate of 3%.
- Electricity: The average cost of MW of electricity per 24/7 in industrial use can be below $USD 86.80.
- Gas: Sempra Energy supplies gas and offers competitive prices nationwide.
- Communication: Modern infrastructure to offer competitive services.