Welcome to Business Nuevo Leon

Business Nuevo Leon is the official Business Promotion Agency of the State Government of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, the first point of reference for potential investors and exporters, who will receive tailor-made consultancy services to help their companies take strategic decisions and identify business opportunities.

Our team of experts will assist with information packages about available investment sites, local suppliers, business environment, human capital, as well as expediting regulatory permits, facilitating meeting, and aftercare services.

Get ready for success.

"40% of the largest mexican global companies are located in Nuevo Leon."

- Forbes

Why Nuevo Leon?

The Business Hub of Mexico

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      Foreign Investment

      Population

      GDP

      Education

      Labor Force

      Strategic Location

      Exports

      Infrastructure &
      Connectivity

      Innovation

      Quality of Life

Foreign Investment


NUEVO LEON IS THE
LEADING ATTRACTOR
OF FOREIGN DIRECT
INVESTMENT IN
MEXICO.


Percentage of total FDI received
by mexico in 2016

Source: Federal Ministry of Economy.

Population


Mexico has a
talented, young
population.
Median Age:28


Other countries:

  • Japan 46.9
  • Germany 46.8
  • Canada 42
  • Japan 37.9
  • China 37.1

GDP(Gross Domestic Product)

  • Gross Domestic Product: $55 Billion US Dollars

    Nuevo Leon contributes with 8% of the national GDP, with only 4% of the total population in Mexico.

  • GDP Per Capita: $17,200 USD (2015)

    Highest GDP Per Capita in Mexico. Mexico's GDP Per Capita: $9,400 USD.

  • GDP Growth: 4.5% (2010-2016)

    Nuevo Leon's' GDP Growth is bigger than Mexico's GDP Growth (3%).

GDP Distribution

Education

  • The educational hub of Mexico.

  • More than 8,890 students graduated from inginnering, science and
    technology careers.

  • Among the most bilingual states in Mexico and Latin America.

  • Pritzker Price winner Tadao
    Ando's School of Art & Design
    at University of Monterrey

Best ranked universities and bussiness schools of Latin America are based in Nuevo Leon

Labor Force

  • Economically Active Population: 2.4 million inhabitants.
  • Highly skilled and most productive labor force in Mexico.
  • 18 years strikes free.

Strategic Location

  • Located on the main corridor of the NAFTA Market
  • 200km away from the U.S. border.
  • 14km border with the U.S..
  • Best connectivity to anywhere the World through is
    terrestrial and aerial communication routes.

LOCATION,

LOCATION,

LOCATION.


Exports


Mexico has 12 free
Trade Agreements
with 46 countries
around the World.


Main Exports

Transportation equipment

12%

Electrical generation equipment

11%

Computer and communication

9%

Home appliances

7%

Metalic products

6%

Mechnery and equipment

4%

Food, beverages and tobacco

3%

Infrastructure & Connectivity

  • Most Complete Railroad System.
  • Colombia International Bridge.
    • Daily capacity of more than 12,000 trucks.
    • Connected to the I-34 Highway.
    • First & only Port of entry certified with ISO 28000.
    • Ranked #1 in export volume in Mexico's NorthEast region.
  • Largest natural gas distribution network in Mexico.
  • Mariano Escobedo International Airport.
    • 300 daily operations that mobilize more than 7 million passengers per year.
    • 29 national flights.
    • 13 international flights.
    • Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Atlanta, Chicago, Las vegas, Los Angeles,
      Miami, Detroid, among, others.
  • Del norte Airport
    • Facilities for maintenance and repair.

Innovation

  • 13 formalized clusters representing strategic economic sectors.

  • 97 R&D centers.

  • Largest patent registration in the country.

  • Innovation and Technology Park "PITT".

    • More the 30 R&D Centers inside the Park.



PIIT Technology Park.

Quality of Life

      Monterrey, out capital city, is ranked with
      the highest living standar in mexico
      (MERCER, 2016).
      3rd largest city in the country.
      15 certified hospitals.
      3rd busiest international airport in Mexico.
      30 modern shopping centers.
      1,700 high cuisine restaurants.
      8 golf courses.
      52 museums.

Rankings

Leading success

Cost competitiveness relative
to the US in 2016.

Monterrey, Nuevo Leon is the top
city with the lowest business cost
in the following sectors.

Digital
Services

R&D
Services

Corporate
Services

Manufacturing

"In 2016, Mexico's business cost advantage over the US stands
at 22.5 percent, higher than at any point in this decade."

-KPMG

Sectors

Let's grow together

Automotive

  • 12.2% of light vehicles production in 2016 (3.22 million units).
  • The automotive sector is representing the largest volume of investments and projects.
  • #1 worldwide in the production of safety belts and harnesses.
  • Automotive sector generates 59,700 direct jobs and 65,000 indirect jobs.
  • World leader in the production of motors; batteries, and automotive glass.

Home Appliances

  • 41% of the home appliances in Mexico, are manufactured in Nuevo Leon.
  • 1st place in production of air conditioners and heaters in Mexico.
  • 1st place in production of commercial coolers.
  • Largest amount of economic units of home appliances in Mexico.
  • 22,921 direct employments created by the home appliances sector in Nuevo Leon.

It & Software

  • +8 Universities offering IT careers and masters, including ITESM, UANL, and UDEM.
  • +24,000 enrolled students in IT and software development careers.
  • +30 programs related to IT and Software Development.
  • PIIT Park largest patent registration in the country.
  • +97 R&D Centers, and more than 1,700 Certified Companies.
  • Monterrey is in the top 6 Latin American cities for technical training and most available IT workface.

Energy

  • Nuevo Leon represents the 2.06% of the national production.
  • Nuevo Leon is the #1 electricity consumer in Mexico.
  • Currently 10 Renewable Energy Projects in Nuevo Leon.
  • Nuevo Leon has several clean energy certificates to promote new investiments in this sectors.
  • The private energy investment in NL grew 47% from 2013-2014.
  • A young sector with huge potential in a State compromised with energy transition.

Aerospace

  • +3,500 direct jobs in the Aerospace Industry in Nuevo Leon.
  • +US $800 million sales venue in the aerospace industry in Nuevo Leon.
  • CIIA, Center for research and innovation in aeronautical engineering, located in Del Norte Airport in Escobedo, Nuevo Leon.
  • By 2020, Nuevo Leon will be the top R&D hub of the country for advanced manufacturing and aerospace desing.
  • Nuevo Leon has an aero cluster conformed by 22 companies, 6 R&D centers, and 2 State Government dependencies.

Industrial Parks

Our best Partners

AMERICAN INDUSTRIES

American Industries  is a Mexican corporation with 4 decades of experience supporting the successful establishment of over 200 international companies in Mexico. Our portfolio of services includes Industrial Real Estate Leasing and a comprehensive administrative services package “Shelter Services“

We offer our services in the most important industrial regions of Mexico, we have around 13 million square feet of industrial space developed and leased in 18 different cities, 11 industrial parks and over 11,700 employee operations among our clients.

Meet American Industries and start your own success story!

Our Services

Your business partner in Mexico

Investment Consultancy

Get a practical guide on how to do business in Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Our office will provide you information on the legal framework, tax system, tax description and investment incentives.

Exports Consultancy

Obtain valuable information about potential destinations for your products and invitations to participate in trade fairs around the World.

Project Management Assistance

Receive a personalized treatment by one of our investment coordinators, who will assist your company’s team through all the procedures needed to facilitate the establishment of your business in our State.

Networking With Local Partners

Meet HR agencies, expats guidance, law firms, and other consultants based on your needs. We will also help you to arrange meetings with potential customers, public institutions, local universities, among others.

Business Agendas

Receive a productive business agenda based on the needs of your project.

Find Suppliers

Nuevo Leon is the Industrial Hub of Mexico. More than 13,350 potential suppliers for the manufacture industry. Receive a potential supplier list according to your project.

Become an Exporter

Best place to do business

Obtain valuable information about potential destinations and new markets for your products. Participate with us in trade shows around the world specialized in any industrial sector, in order to find new clients and customers which will help to diversify your export markets. Also be part of business meetings between international companies looking for local suppliers willing to export. We also provide different training options in export topics with seminars, workshops, and consultancy projects throughout the year.

Contact: josea.cantu@nuevoleon.gob.mx

Supply Hub

What is the Supply Hub Program?

For buyers, the Supply Hub Program is your partner in Nuevo Leon to help your sourcing programs and localizing suppliers in Mexico using a reliable database. It is part of the Secretariat of Economy and Labor of Nuevo Leon, and it is of easy-access to review the information online.

For suppliers and sales areas, the Supply Hub Program helps to promote companies in the State of Nuevo Leon and in Mexico, in order to link them to anchor companies (through national and international business contacts).

Development, suppliers and developing areas will be able to have access to governmental programs to improve their competitiveness, quality and customer service issues.

All these business opportunities are available for you, just click:

www.supplyhub.nl.gob.mx

Our Team

      Fernando Turner

      Secretary of
      Economy and Labor

      fernando.turner@nuevoleon.gob.mx

      Samuel Peña Guzmán

      Undersecretary of Investment and Industrial Development

      samuel.pena@nuevoleon.gob.mx

      Betsabé Rocha

      Director of
      Supply Chain

      betsabe.rocha@nuevoleon.gob.mx

      Hector Tijerina

      Director of
      Investment

      hector.tijerina@nuevoleon.gob.mx

      Gabriela Muñiz

      Legal
      Coordinator

      blanca.muniz@nuevoleon.gob.mx

      Gilberto Guzmán

      Coordinator of
      Sourcing Projects

      jose.guzmanc@nuevoleon.gob.mx

      Jose Cantú

      Coordinator of
      International Trade

      Josea.cantu@nuevoleon.gob.mx

      Ruben Fernández

      Coordinator
      of Supply Chain

      ruben.fernandez@nuevoleon.gob.mx

      Susana Guerrero

      Coordinator
      of Supply Chain

      susana.guerrero@nuevoleon.gob.mx

      Leonel Camacho

      Analyst of
      Supply chain

      leonel.camacho@nuevoleon.gob.mx

      Lizbet Machorro

      Coordinator of
      Events/Logistics

      christian.machorro@nuevoleon.gob.mx

      Jorge Gorozpe

      Coordinator
      of Investment

      jorge.gorozpe@nuevoleon.gob.mx

      Nallely Garza

      Coordinator of
      Investment

      nallely.garza@nuevoleon.gob.mx

      Daniella Salomonsen

      Coordinator of
      Investment

      daniella.salomonsen@nuevoleon.gob.mx

      Zaira Saenz

      Coordinator of
      Investment

      zaira.saenz@nuevoleon.gob.mx

@BusinessNLMX

Contact



bussiness@nuevoleon.gob.mx



+52 (81) 2033 3218 / 32


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Washington 2000, Floor 13 Col. Obrera
Zip Code 64010, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon.
Mexico

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