NAPS Participates in Canada’s MexDay, An Opportunity for Businesses from Canada and Mexico to Collaborate for Future Growth
North American Production Sharing, Inc. (NAPS) is a premier shelter service provider that assists companies looking to manufacture in Mexico.
Ottawa, Canada - NAPS teamed up with the Tijuana Economic Development Corporation (Tijuana-EDC) to participate in Canada’s MexDay at the Business2Business (B2B) Forum on June 13th and 14th.
Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) hosted the B2B Forum on Monday, June 13th and Tuesday, June 14th at the Ottowa Convention Center. More than 400 leading Canadian manufacturing and exporting executives attended the event in hopes of learning about new global business opportunities.
CME joined forces with the Embassy of Mexico and the Mexican Business Council for Foreign Trade (COMCE) to introduce Mexico as a strategic platform for Canadian companies to explore and refine supply chains. The B2B forum along with MexDay was meant to introduce new innovation strategies to help Canadian companies improve competitiveness in the global market.
NAPS was proud to be a part of this extraordinary event, educating companies on Mexico’s strategic advantages. For more information on relocating or expanding some or all of your company’s labor-intensive manufacturing operations, please contact NAPS today!
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NAPS is a premier shelter company in Mexico providing start-up and ongoing administration for companies manufacturing in Mexico. NAPS facilitates the relocation and expansion of labor intensive processes mainly along the border region of Mexico. Since 1991, NAPS has played a key role in ensuring the success of 70 Mexico manufacturing operations including: Esterline, Hewlett Packard, Intuitive Surgical, JAE, Monster Cable, Parker Hannifin, Speck Products, Toyota & Qualcomm. For more info about NAPS and the shelter services in Mexico we offer please visit www.napsmexico.com
The Tijuana Economic Development Corporation (Tijuana-EDC/DEITAC in Spanish) was founded in 1989. As a non-profit organization, the Tijuana-EDC is dedicated in helping various companies take advantage of the benefits found in the Tijuna-San Diego Mega Region. Visit www.tijuana-edc.com for more information.