The recent acquisition of California-based Made in Mexico has expanded the Tecma Group of Companies, a Mexico manufacturing adviser enterprise.
"Due to growing demand for Tecma services, we wanted to create a base station with a local presence in Tijuana," K. Alan Russell, co-founder, president and CEO of the Tecma Group of Companies, said. "Without more ‘talent on the ground,’ however, we felt that we were somewhat handicapped. In order to overcome this circumstance, we sought local talent, as well as to purchase a local company. In that search, we discovered Made in Mexico."
Russell added that the decision to commit to the creation of an ongoing Mexican shelter operation in Tijuana was made as a result of a steadily expanding demand for Tecma's services by manufacturers. Ultimately, though, the Made in Mexico acquisition sealed the deal.
Tecma is now positioned to be a leading provider of outsourced manufacturing support services for companies that wish to setup and maintain production operations in nearshore proximity to the United States, the world's most developed consumer market.
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