A California manufacturer of thermal insulation products.
A return client seeking a new solution.
An extension of the client’s sourcing and supply chain team. US Corporation in Heavy industry.
Diversification of the Supply Chain. US corporation in the industry of disaster recovery.
Identifying suppliers for nearshoring operations from Asia to Mexico. US Corporation in Metal Fabrication.
Trade regulations were in flux while the USMCA was being finalized. It was during this period that our client realized that it was time to relocate its production to this continent to better serve its network of North American clients and have the possibility to close new deals.
When you are in charge of government, progress and investment is always a constant motivation. This is what led to this administration to contact us in 2016 in order to improve the results of their Economic Development Department.
In 2018, the company wanted to start its manufacturing operations in less than a year and a half. Yet, there was no site purchased and no plant built.
Our client had a very clear target- start its manufacturing operation in Mexico by the third quarter of 2020.
Posts through social media incorrectly claiming the spread of COVID-19 among its employees at their manufacturing plant in Monterrey, Mexico were being shared constantly. It was a bad publicity maelstrom.