The 3 different ways a manufacturing company can setup its operation in Mexico


Global Business Professor’s Audio Interview, “The 3 different ways a manufacturing company can setup its operation in Mexico” features Veronica Contreras, VP of Sales & Marketing, Co-Production International, and Mexico manufacturing expert.

In the 10-minute Audio Interview, Ms. Contreras discusses:

  • What the biggest challenges are for companies interested in setting up their own manufacturing plant in Mexico;
  • What sub-contracting in Mexico is about, and if that is a good way to getting started in Mexico;
  • If a foreign manufacturer is interested in setting up a plant in Mexico, what the easiest and most cost effective ways are for companies to get started; and
  • Several final thoughts.


Audio Interview Guest:
Veronica M. Contreras
VP of Sales & Marketing
Co-Production International
Phone: +1.619.429.4344


About Veronica M. Contreras:
With over sixteen years of experience in assisting companies with setting up their operations in Mexico, Veronica’s professional history includes work in the areas of sales, business development, marketing, project management and international business development.

As VP of Sales & Marketing for Co-Production International, Veronica works with companies in helping them understand the estimated cost and time-line for their projects in Mexico. She guides CPI’s customers thru the feasibility study, labor market, site selection as well as helping investors understand the advantages and disadvantages of the different cities. She has worked directly on over 75 expansion projects in the Mexico region and has lead the expansion projects for notable companies like Icon Aircraft, Broan Nu-tone, Smiths aerospace division, Conesys, Aspen Medical, Southwire and Todco just to name a few.

Veronica graduated from San Diego State University with bachelors in Business Administration emphasis in Marketing and has extensive experience working in multicultural markets. Veronica currently travels the Country educating global manufacturers on how to get started in Mexico.