GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview “Mexico´s Strategic Manufacturing Trends: The Shelter Competitive Advantage” features Salomon Noble, CEO for Mexico-based Intermex Industrial Parks. Salomon is an expert in the Mexican Manufacturing and Maquiladora Industry (IMMEX / “Twin Plants”), with more than three decades of experience in advanced manufacturing operations for the aerospace and automotive sectors and all aspects of the Industrial real estate life cycle. Intermex´s mission is to facilitate the successful establishment and operation of international companies throughout Mexico, and the company has two strategic business units: The Shelter and the Industrial Real Estate units.
Audio Interview Guest
Mr. Salomon Noble, CEO
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In the 15-minute Audio Interview, Mr. Noble discusses these questions:
• What Megatrends are disrupting Mexico´s Automotive Manufacturing?
• How does the shelter program work?
• What are the three main advantages of operating under a shelter?
• How much does it cost to operate under the shelter program, what is the cost structure?
• Please provide a description of a successful case study of one of your clients and what it made it special?
About Salomon Noble:
Mr. Noble is the CEO for Intermex Industrial Parks, one of the most important Industrial Promoter, Real Estate Developer and Manufacturing Services Shelter Provider in Mexico.
Mr. Noble is an expert in the Mexican Manufacturing and Maquiladora Industry (IMMEX / “Twin Plants”), with more than three decades of experience in advanced Manufacturing Operations for the aerospace and automotive sectors and all aspects of the Industrial Real Estate Life cycle.
Mr. Noble has held various executive management positions for International Companies operating through the Shelter Program like: Westinghouse Electric Corporation Defense and Electronic Systems Group, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, Snecma´s Labinal and for Domestic Mexican Industrial Developers, Shelter Providers, and Manufacturing Companies like: Intermex, Finsa, American Industries and the Alfa Group respectively.
Mr. Noble is a member and has served as advisor to the Board for various Mexican Chambers and Associations like: Index, Economic Development of Chihuahua City and Cd. Juarez, Canacintra, The Borderplex Alliance, GRI, Ampip and Caprin.
Mr. Noble is an Industrial and Systems Engineer (IIS 1984 – Honor Roll) from the Monterrey Institute of Technology (ITESM) in Monterrey, Mexico and has a Master of Administrative Science (MAS 1991) from the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) in Baltimore, MD, U.S.A.