4th Borderless Business Congress

Talking about the Panel: Worldwide Connection: Binational Logistics and Infrastructure

What can other companies obtain as a benefit when setting business in a place such as Tijuana with an optimized Binational Logistics and Infrastructure region? Learn about it here.
Main topics

The Binational Logistics and Infrastructure mega-region between California and Baja California represents a combined market of 255 billion dollars with over 7 million people. In addition, California is well recognized as the biggest technology cluster and Baja California as the medical device capital of North America.

The electronics industry is one of the most representative of our region with a success record of more than 50 years of constant development and evolution, creating one successful business case after another.

What can other companies obtain as a benefit when setting business in this Binational region?


We have what is required for your company’s economic development:

  • Talent
  • Learning ability
  • Transportation infrastructure
  • Agility to adapt and create new technologies to lead entire industries

Creating something new is possible when experts in expanding business take part in your team. By envisioning new possibilities, getting a new network environment can provide the boost to take your business to a new level.

Panel speakers came together to talk about the disruptive technology and new business opportunities in which companies can pioneer in this new era:

  1. Gustavo de la Fuente – Executive Director, Smart Border Coalition.
  2. Maria Elena Martinez – Customer Service & Business Development Adviser, Carga Aérea Matrix.
  3. Rogelio Valenzuela – Marketing Manager, Hutchison Ports EIT.
  4. Mario Orso – Corridor Project Director, Caltrans.
  5. Jorge Goytortua – CEO, CBX.
  6. Alejandra Mier y Teran – Executive Director, Otay Mesa Chamber of Commerce.

Ready and able to join in reimagining and creating a better future

The relationship between US/MEX can better be talked about by the San Diego-Tijuana Smart Border Coalition’s mission: “to make travel and trade easier across our ports of entry and that involves infrastructure and logistics.”

Organizations have served as symbols of what Binational cooperation collaboration and innovation can achieve through collaboration. Such example can be displayed with this success story :
CBX – Cross Border eXpress, enclosed pedestrian sky bridge expanding across the US-Mexico border and connect passenger building in San Diego directly with the Tijuana international airport. Its consistency in usage has surpassed expectations. For example, in 2019, it got up to 2.9 million users.

Such expansions also impact other industries for the better, such as the international service airlines.

Expanding towards the future and room for improvement for all people

Questions about what are the actions taken concerning social equity and environmental issues are also an aspect also talked about during the panel because of the acknowledgment of how people have been treated effects in terms of what is being done with the money invested in innovation or accelerated growth. All private and public investments generate jobs, wellness, and a long-term vision for all investments and projects.

What to know more what was talked about in the Worldwide Connection: Binational Logistics and Infrastructure Panel?

If you wish to know more details about the conference given, go and register at the following link: https://tijuanaedc.org/bbc/2021/ or if you want to get more personalized information on how the Binational region could help your company, contact us. We will give you all the necessary information to know if manufacturing in Tijuana is the best option for you.

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