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What does it take to get several owners and C-level executives of midsized manufacturing companies to take a full day out of their schedule for a Mexico manufacturing site visit?Answer: An acute need for labor. Our latest podcast explores why manufacturers are looking to Mexico for an answer to their labor shortages. You’ll hear JP McDaris, Entrada’s Director of Business Development, examine the region of Mexico where labor is most cost-competitive and plentiful, how easy it is for the customers of Entrada’s clients to visit their Mexico facility in just one day, and why Mexico is a great alternative to China.
Training in Mexico: A Public Private Partnership (Part 2)
In the second episode of ‘This is Manufacturing in Mexico,’ we sit down with Entrada Group’s Shared Services Director, Johnathan Nava. Johnathan details one essential element required for any successful continuous improvement program in manufacturing, and why Entrada’s new Learning Center launched with a focus on IPC certifications.
Training in Mexico: A Public Private Partnership (Part 1)
In this first episode of the podcast – which is for executives seeking their first Mexico manufacturing operation – Entrada’s Director of Operations, Raul Cabada, explores the different hands-on training approaches in Mexico. He also reveals how clients are relying on Entrada’s new Learning Center to improve quality and efficiency, and how Mexico’s manufacturing sector prioritizes training to address a never-ending need for expansion.
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