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  • Houston, a city located in the counties of Harris, Montgomery, and Fort Bend, is the fourth most populous city in the United States and the biggest in Texas.
  • The city was established on June 5, 1837 and received its name from the former president of the Republic of Texas, General Sam Houston, who commanded at the Battle of San Jacinto. The conflict took place 40 km east of where the city was established.
  • The growing port and railroad industry, combined with the discovery of oil in 1901, has caused continuous and sudden population increases in the city.
  • In the mid-20th century, Houston became the site of the Texas Medical Center—the largest concentration of research and health institutions in the world—and NASA's Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, where the Mission Control Center is located.
  • Ranked as a beta global city, Houston's economy has a broad industrial base in energy, manufacturing, aviation, transport, health, and is an important center for the creation of oilfield equipment. Only New York can boast more Fortune 500 company headquarters within the city limits.

Regions served by this office:

  • Austin
  • Brownsville
  • Del Rio
  • Eagle Pass
  • El Paso
  • Houston
  • Laredo
  • Louisiana
  • Mc Allen
  • Mississippi
  • Nuevo México
  • Presidio
  • San Antonio


Market Opportunities

  • Export of fresh foods.
  • Export of beverages and processed foods, groceries (general merchandise).
  • Export of Tier 2, Tier 3 auto parts. Metalworking industry-various processes.
  • Attraction of investment in the manufacture of medical equipment and export of consumables.
  • Export (specialized manufacturing).
  • Export of inputs for the oil sector, microprocessors, and hardware.
  • Attraction of investment, extraction of gas by non-conventional methods.
  • Attraction of investment in wind, biomass, solar, and hydro power.
  • Attraction of investment in gas and oil power, petrochemical.
  • Internationalization of companies / industrial parks and construction.
  • Export of non-ferrous mineral products, for example, drill bits for the extraction of gas by fracking.
  • Attraction of investment in OEM (original equipment manufacturing) companies, software for cloud computing.
  • Export of synthetic mesh and fabrics.
  • Export of manufacturing products, for example, plastics, plastic extrusion.
  • Attraction of investment in medical tourism and retirement welfare.

Mature Sectors of Investment

technologiesInformation technologies
energyRenewable energy
industriesCreative industries

Mature Sectors of Trade


Juan Pablo De Nigris Moreno

ProMéxico Houston
  • Address: 3040 Post Oak Blvd. Suite 1275, Houston, Texas 77056
  • Phone: (001 713) 984 45 98
  • Fax: (001 281) 769 21 29
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