The region has experienced rapid growth in business, social, family and cultural relations, which have promoted the expansion of the border crossing. Tijuana is considered as a bi-national city, where entrepreneurship, production and manufacturing have been a key factor in positioning it as one of the main industrial cities in Mexico.

‘’The ability of our Mexico workforce to develop advanced processes apace with the technological changes in our products while maintaining top quality standards is extraordinary…’’

-Ken Kannappan. President & CEO, Plantronics.


Economic Drivers

  • Medical Devices
  • Aerospace
  • Audio & Video Equipment
  • Automotive
  • Electrical Equipment
  • Border Crossing Points

  • 2 Strategic border crossing points, both of them with inbound/ outbound transport
  • Programs to reduce border crossing times (Sentri).
  • Cross Border Express

  • World’s first bi-national airport passenger bridge.
  • 2nd Highest export value of all states in mexico4
  • 64% Of high school graduates receive technical education5
  • 50 Years of experience in manufacturing6

    World Class Companies