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We wanted to provide visitors to our website with pertinent information and a clear visual picture of the successful businesses we have helped start up over the last 40 years

This week, Collectron International Management, Inc., the original Maquiladora Shelter Plan Program Provider, launched their all-new groundbreaking website,

The one-of-a-kind online tool gives guests the opportunity to navigate their own virtual tours of manufacturing plants in Sonora, Mexico, all with a simple click of the mouse.

Visitors from anywhere in the world can learn why expanding business operations to Sonora, Mexico is an efficient, cost-effective option. “We wanted to provide visitors to our website with pertinent information and a clear visual picture of the successful businesses we have helped start up over the last 40 years,” said Collectron President Maria Elena Rigoli. “We want businesses around the world to see the original Maquiladora Shelter Plan Program firsthand from their desktops. We are enthusiastic about showing our operations to current and potential clients interested in doing business in the Southwest Economic Region of Sonora, Mexico.”

Site visitors navigate their way through 360-degree tours, with the ability to move and manipulate their vantage through all facets of some of Collectron’s manufacturing plants, from an electronics clean room to the equipment used in aerospace development. In addition the site offers:

  •     Industry-specific virtual tours in actual manufacturing plants in the areas of electronics, aerospace, automotive and more.
  •     Video testimonials from clients with their real life experiences conducting business in Mexico and working with Collectron.
  •     A history of the Maquiladora program.
  •     Benefits of doing business in Mexico.

Supported by local, state and federal governments of Mexico, Collectron, a pioneer in the Maquiladora Industry, guides manufacturers from around the world through the steps of setting up manufacturing in Sonora, Mexico. Since 1969, Collectron has helped establish 200 companies in the State of Sonora. Collectron’s Shelter Plan Program provides U.S. and other manufacturers with customized administrative services for their maquiladoras, giving clients complete transparency and control over the management team’s tasks and objectives.

The unique modern touch to the website now gives potential clients in the manufacturing community the ability to visit Mexico and see the manufacturing process Collectron offers through the ease of virtual tours online. To view Collectron’s new website and learn more about the company, please visit

About Collectron
Collectron International Management, Inc. is the original Maquiladora Shelter Plan Program Provider. Collectron operates in the USA and Mexico. The Nogales Port, recognized as the best-operated port in the United States, is the port which Collectron uses with companies worldwide. Collectron’s Shelter Plan Program allows manufacturers to test Mexican productivity and product cost savings before committing to incorporating in Mexico and forming a Mexican subsidiary. The Shelter Plan simplifies launching and running a maquiladora operation and eliminates long-term commitments, costly expenditures and lengthy start-up schedules. Collectron’s Shelter Plan services include U.S./Mexican customs documentation services, assistance with Mexican business permits and Mexican environmental agency compliance, aid in site selection and construction, recruitment of manufacturing, technical and managerial personnel, on-site personnel administration, payroll and accounting services, general contracting for expansions and more. A pioneer in the maquiladora industry, Collectron has helped 200 companies start up and operate their maquiladora plants in Mexico since 1969.

CONTACT: Diego Romero
O: (520) 882-6262 M: (520) 401-1693

Barbara McFadden
O: (520) 882-6262 M: (520) 990-6040


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