Co-Production International, Inc. Manufacturing Webinars

MAY 6TH, 11:00AM PST
Leaving China: Expectations for Sourcing,
Contract Manufacturing and Shifting
Your Supply Chain To Mexico

by John Hyatt, VP of Sourcing, Co-Production International

MAY 6th, 2020 11AM (PST)
JOIN OUR NEXT FREE WEBINAR!
"Leaving China: Expectations for Sourcing,
Contract Manufacturing and Shifting
Your Supply Chain To Mexico "

COVID-19, Geopolitical Sparing, and Tit-for-Tat Tariffs: Ready to say goodbye to supply chain disruptions?

The last year has taught manufacturers that it is time to rethink single source suppliers and countries. Despite decades of manufacturing excellence, Mexico is now more attractive than ever due to its proximity to the U.S, stable trade relationships, and favorable, free trade agreements. 

Looking at reshoring or nearshoring your supply chain from Asia to North America does have a learning curve, so we thought we’d pack a webinar with the main considerations, what to expect when sourcing in Mexico and how to get it done.

When foreign firms look at the possibility of manufacturing in Mexico, they are faced with a barrage of questions and doubts on how to move forward with locating suppliers and setting up shop in Latin America’s second largest economy. 

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Common Questions to be Addressed in the Webinar:

  • What is the Manufacturing ecosystem and the overall sourcing process in Mexico contrast from the Chinese turnkey approach?
  • Why must the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) be considered when comparing Mexico to China as opposed to simply comparing landed costs?
  • Is Mexico a “safe” county to travel to and do business in considering the constant negative press in regard to violence?
  • Is there a list of manufacturers or an Alibaba in Mexico?
  • Will Mexico be less expensive than China because of labor costs and free trade?
  • Can’t you just put us in touch with a few factories and let us take it from there like in China
  • Will my Mexican factory need tooling and or drawings?
  • Steps to get started...

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John Hyatt, International Business Consultant

John Hyatt
International Business Consultant

John is the co-editor of Mexican Business Culture, Essays on Tradition, Ethics, Entrepreneurship and Commerce and the State, a book dedicated to giving the foreign business person the necessary information and know-how for navigating the challenge of doing business in Latin America’s second largest economy.  

John has 12 years in Mexico City assisting international firms with Sourcing and Market Development projects in the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean, preventing them from making cultural mistakes that can end up costing millions in lost revenues. Additionally, John has a high level of expertise in analyzing, consulting and assisting foreign firms in launching and managing successful operations in Latin America and the Caribbean. He currently devotes a large scope of his work to manufacturing re-nearshoring for clients who wish to establish manufacturing solutions in Mexico as a viable alternative to producing in Asia.