Location is a strategic component in today’s economy. Customers located at Puerta del Norte will benefit of its superior location in Northern Mexico to serve Mexico and the US in a state of the art logistics park to deliver their products on time while maintaining competitive costs.

Puerta del Norte location

Its location allows for one day distribution to the most important Cities, Seaports and Border towns in Mexico.

Strategically connected to the backbone of Mexico’s and the US rail infrastructure through KCSM & FERROMEX. Direct rail service to Mexico’s most important Sea Ports: Altamira, Lazaro Cardenas, Manzanillo and Mazatlan. Adjacent to Libramiento Saltillo-Nuevo Laredo (Highway) and Periferico de Monterrey (Tollway), which are Mexico’s major north-south trucking corridors (NAFTA HIGHWAY). Reach 40 million customers within one day truck delivery in Mexico and 32 million customers within one day truck deliver in the US.

Manufacturing and distribution centers, such as Hershey’s, Mattel, HEB, Navistar, International Trucks, have elected Escobedo, Nuevo Leon due to its strategic location and availability of qualified labor as key reasons for establishing operations in the area.

Economic location facts

US $0
billion were invested by Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Nuevo Leon in 2012
commercial truck manufacture plants located in the region and 2 are considered the largest in North America: Navistar, Daimler, Freight Liner.
US $0
billion were exported by The national automotive industry, through Nuevo Laredo (Laredo) and Reynosa (McAllen) jointly.
of the national automotive industry providers are located in Monterrey. 2012 total exports reached US $ 8.0 billion, while imports US $ 5.5 billion.
US $0
m were invested last year in 25 electro domestic manufacturing plants (34% of the total of this industry)
of the 249 aerospace companies in Mexico are located in this region with exports over US $ 100 m for 2012.