Electronics manufacturing in Mexico is characterized by the elaboration of diversity of products and of widespread geographical cluster locations. Electronics manufacturing can be found in:
Electronics manufacturing in Mexico in the Northwestern part of the country is dominated by the production of components for the aerospace, automotive and telecommunications industries, while in the Northeast EMS companies in Mexico manufacture components used in computers, home appliances, consumer goods, telecommunications and automobiles.
Electronics companies manufacturing in Mexico’s Western Mid-Section are focused on the production of hi-tech components and products, telecommunications, and IT and electronic subassemblies.
Electronics manufacturing in Mexico has its epicenter in Guadalajara, Jalisco. Over the last decade and a half, Jalisco has been the recipient of over fourteen billion dollars of electronics industry investment. The state is home to 12 electronics manufacturing OEMs, 14 EMS companies in Mexico (the state has one of the most important EMS concentrations worldwide), and more than 380 specialized electronics suppliers. The state’s annual exports total almost US $150 billion annually, and the electronics industry in the City of Guadalajara and the State of Jalisco employs more than fifty thousand Mexican workers.