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Mexico’s Strategic Manufacturing Trends

This 15-minute Audio Interview features Salomon Noble, CEO of Mexico-based Intermex.

Advertisement’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.

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In the 15-minute Audio Interview, 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?

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.

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.   

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.


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