“This binational region has always been about working together, and it’s never been more apparent than in the medical device manufacturing sectors. When major global players like DJO Global and Medtronic contribute to the $9.4 billion dollars in medical device product that Baja exports annually"
SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) January 30, 2019
Next week, as thousands descend on Anaheim, California for the largest medical device manufacturing event in North America, Co-Production International (CPI) announces the release of their updated white paper, “Medical Device Manufacturing in Tijuana and Mexico 2019.” In anticipation of MDM West 2019, CPI worked diligently to update their popular white paper with Mexico’s history of medical device manufacturing, strong and capable workforce, logistics infrastructure, trade agreements, IP protections and benefits of manufacturing expansions south of the border.
“This binational region has always been about co-production, about working together, and it’s never been more apparent than in the medical device manufacturing sectors. When you have major global players like DJO Global and Medtronic contributing to the $9.4 billion dollars in medical device products that Baja California exports annually, it’s no wonder manufacturers see the Cali Baja Megaregion ripe with opportunities,” says Denisse Martinez, Marketing Director for Co-Production International.
CPI’s white paper, “Medical Device Manufacturing in Tijuana and Mexico 2019,” covers the major medical device manufacturing companies operating in the region, the products they manufacture, the costs to manufacture in Mexico, beneficial free trade agreements, and the robust and mature logistics infrastructure that keep things moving in the just-in-time environment. There are over 740 medical device companies in Mexico with 78 of those in Baja California alone. Nearly half of Mexico’s annual medical device exports come from Baja California.
“The diversity of products and processes at MDM West are truly inspiring. From the high-tech to the conventional, medical device manufacturers are some of the most innovative in all the manufacturing sectors. CPI attends events like this to share the wealth of information about manufacturing in Mexico. We love answering questions about how expanding operations in Mexico can increase productivity, decrease time-to-market and reduce overhead costs, which frees up capital for their next big innovation. We will be there with our extraordinary Medical Device white paper in hand for those who are curious about what Mexico has to offer their company,” says Martinez.
MDM West is the largest medical device conference in North America. From February 5-7, over 19,000 industry professionals and 1,900+ leading suppliers attend the event every year in Anaheim, California. Known as the event not to be missed, serious professionals find the technologies, education, and connections to stay ahead in the global medical manufacturing community. As a shelter company services provider, CPI helps manufacturers expand operations by handling the complete set-up, site selection, and talent recruitment, along with the day-to-day administrative duties while manufacturing in Mexico. CPI has helped over 200 companies get started with manufacturing in Mexico.
Co-Production International is a maquiladora shelter and administrative services provider for manufacturers in Mexico. CPI handles the complete set up of your manufacturing operation in Mexico and managed the day-to-day administrative duties, in accordance with Mexican regulations allowing you to focus 100% on manufacturing. CPI is headquartered in San Diego, CA and has several branches in Mexico.
For more information, or if you are interested in a free cost analysis for expanding your operations to Mexico, visit http://www.co-production.net or call 855-480-0837.