Offices

ProMéxico

ProMéxico

Tijuana

Tijuana
    • Tijuana is the most populous city of Baja California, with 1,300,983 inhabitants, and is known as the Little Port of Mexico. Its motto is the homeland starts here.
    • It shares a border with San Diego—approximately 24 kilometers long—, which generates 300,000 crossings every day.
    • Tijuana is the most important city of the largest transnational metropolitan zone in Mexico, with more than five million inhabitants.

Regions serving this office:

  • Baja California

Mature investment sectors

Aerospace
  Aerospace
Automotive
  Automotive
Medical
devices Medical devices

Mature sectors of trade

Agrifood
  Agrifood
Automotive
  Automotive
Electric
  Electric

 

Electronic
  Electronic
Tijuana

Opportunities

  • Aerospace: Attraction of companies and development of domestic suppliers for UTAS, Gulfstream, Honeywell, GKN, among others.
  • Food (agricultural and processed): Potential for the production of organic spices and foods, as well as grape seed and cotton seed oils.
  • Food (agricultural and processed): Export of fresh produce such as asparagus, chives, and peppers.
  • Automotive: Attraction of vehicle assemblers leveraging the proximity to the California market, as well as the attraction of more industry suppliers.
  • Medical devices: Attraction of companies in mold design and manufacture and material sterilization companies.
  • Electrical/electronics: Attraction of companies specialized in medical instrument electronics and supply for semiconductors. / Attraction of companies and suppliers. / Indirect export.
  • Household appliances: Attraction of companies to meet the demand of the western United States market.
  • Renewable energies: Attraction of machinery and electricity generation equipment manufacturers for renewable sources, particularly solar and wind.
  • Pharmaceuticals: Attraction of companies to meet the demand of the western United States market.
  • Infrastructure / Construction: Internationalization of companies in subsectors related to design and logistics in large construction projects.
  • Mining: Attraction of investors interested in extracting precious and ferrous minerals.
  • IT: Export of services and development programs for local companies and the establishment of partnerships with foreign companies.
  • Textiles: There is a solid and experienced base for offering contract manufacturing services to companies from this sector.
  • Others: Attraction of advanced manufacturing companies. Attraction of foundries and manufacturers of molds and dies.
Tijuana

Adriana Montes Beltrán

ProMéxico Tijuana
Address:  Díaz Ordaz Boulevard 12415, corner Av. De Las Américas, Local AC-10, Fracc. El Paraíso, TijuanaBaja California, Zip code: 22106, Mexico
Phone:  (664) 216 1518
E-mail: 

Tijuana