NAPS Announces New Operations in Guanajuato With Special Emphasis on Assisting Japanese Companies Manufacturing in Mexico
June 13, 2012
Starting on July 1st North American Production Sharing (NAPS, Inc.) will be in a position to offer administrative and compliance support services from its new offices located in Irapuato’s Industrial Park Castro del Rio, in the State of Guanajuato. This location is ideal for supporting companies interested in manufacturing in Guanajuato and Aguascalientes.
NAPS has affirmed a long-term commitment to grow its operations in Guanajuato thanks to its business-friendly climate and support from local and state governments. Since 1991, NAPS has provided administrative support to foreign owned companies manufacturing in Mexico, specifically in the Mexican border states of Baja California and Chihuahua. The addition of an office in Guanajuato provides an excellent option for companies involved in automotive manufacturing.
On-site staff includes personnel fluent in Japanese, Spanish and English. Japanese companies have identified Guanajuato as the key location to diversify and expand automotive manufacturing in North America. NAPS has a long track record supporting Japanese companies manufacturing in Mexico including divisions or suppliers of Toyota, Taiyo, Mitsubishi, NEC and Sharp.
Among important Japanese investments recently announced are: MAZDA and HONDA in Guanajuato; NISSAN to build a third Mexico plant in Aguascalientes; NISHIKAWA COOPER in Guanajuato; KEIHIN in San Luis Potosi; YOROZU in Guanajuato; and DENSO to build its third plant in Mexico in Guanajuato. Read more: