As an electronics manufacturer, it’s crucial to protect your IP. Mexico is known for its strong protections for intellectual property, patent, and trademark rights when it comes to technological innovation. As part of the USMCA, electronics manufacturing in Mexico provides a minimum of 15 years of protection for industrial designs, marking the highest standard for enforcing IP rights.
Mexico has a reputation for a pro-business labor culture and highly skilled workforce. While other countries, like the U.S., face an industrial labor shortage, Mexico’s labor pool is regularly replenished. Additionally, foreign operators experience significant cost savings when hiring for industrial roles. Many businesses save up to 50% on labor cost alone. IVEMSA can help you recruit, train, and keep the best employees and scale based on specific needs and budgets.
IVEMSA provides expertise in Mexico’s labor laws and many international trade agreements, including the USMCA. We’ll keep you updated on all regulations and make sure you’re in compliance at all times. Labor laws in Mexico are much different than other regions of the world and provide first-hand experience of how to handle and abide by them. Furthermore, tax and trade laws can become quite complex and require regular monitoring to maintain compliance.
IVEMSA is your partner through every step of the process. Rather than facing the challenge of hiring individual administrative roles, we provide managed services covering HR, accounting, taxes, compliance, and more. We’ll help you set up a shelter, find a site, recruit employees, and contract vendors for build-out, all within three to four months. Then, our management services help keep things running. This allows manufacturers to fully focus on production and maintain complete ownership of all property and processes.
After eight years as an IVEMSA shelter client, a leading electronics manufacturer decided to create its own Mexican business entity. IVEMSA’s human resources team, along with the client’s upper management, developed a plan to transfer 550 personnel from IVEMSA’s payroll to the new entity and a communications strategy to keep employees informed of the transition.Read case study >
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