At NAPS, we recognize another major advantage Mexico offers to the aerospace industry, which is a virtually complete supply chain within each of these cities.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 02, 2015
NAPS, North American Production Sharing, Inc., is the leading program offering best practice administration and compliance management services to foreign companies interested in manufacturing in Mexico. With over 20 years of experience within the manufacturing industry, NAPS has notably expanded its services into the aerospace industry. Mexico provides an affordable and alternative location for aerospace manufacturing, while retaining control of processes, quality, productivity and intellectual property. With the growth of the defense industry and overall expansion of the aerospace industry, NAPS has seen even more of an influx of aero companies moving to Mexico.
“Specific cities in Mexico, such as Tijuana, Mexicali and Queretaro, have a substantial, well-trained labor pool within the aerospace industry,” said Senior Vice President Scott Stanley. “At NAPS, we recognize another major advantage Mexico offers to the aerospace industry, which is a virtually complete supply chain within each of these cities. Ultimately, this reduces the amount of physical imports from outside of Mexico, which can cut costs and reduce lead times.”
Over the past 30 years, manufacturing in countries outside of the United States has increased in popularity. In the past 15 years, the outsourcing industry has flourished to enable the production of sophisticated products, like those found in the aerospace industry, through the hands of talented labor. Specifically, aerospace engineering has found its way to Mexico. Today, products ranging from jet engine sensors and carbon composite aircraft components are being successfully designed and manufactured in Mexico by these talented international workers under the administration of NAPS.
NAPS supervises the production of jet engine sensors, bushing and bearing manufacturing, blow molding for commercial aircraft components and more. While NAPS primarily works with commercial aerospace companies, they are noticing more development in the defense industry. The rate of growth in this area will be highly dependent on the U.S. and other foreign governments’ acceptance of defense-related production in Mexico.
North American Production Sharing, Inc. (NAPS) was founded in 1991 by William Lew and Richard Jaime. NAPS creates an optimal manufacturing model in Mexico as an affordable resource for outsourcing. The company has helped over 150 organizations transition to manufacturing in Mexico with a full-service program, allowing clients to focus on production and quality control, while they handle virtually all other operations. For more information on NAPS, visit their website http://www.napsintl.com, Twitter and Facebook.