|Hidalgo Mexico: Clothing and Textile Industry Directory|
Hidalgo - Trade and Investment Office www.hidalgobusiness.com / http://www.hidalgousa.com/: The government recognizes the importance of enhancing bilateral business relations by promoting trade and attracting investment that will bring the most modern technology to help the state's socioeconomic development. This is why the government is focusing on the development of strategic sectors, targeting the textil and apparel industry as one of its greatest priorities. Having one of the five most important textil and apparel industries in Mexico, Hidalgo is a particularly attractive location for business.
With dedicated and highly skilled labor trained in one of the state's technical schools and universities, Hidalgo offers very competitive labor costs in addition to availability of water for industrial processes and a well developed production chain composed by yarns, fabrics, inputs, and garments manufacturers. Furthermore, the state government is developing two industrial parks for textiles and apparel industries in the municipalities of Huejutla and Actopan, in addition to the already existing park of Tepeji del Rio and the industrial zone of Tulancingo. All this make advantages make the already established companies very competitive in its sector. The companies that operate in the state produce many different products including T-shirts, sleepwear, lingerie (both men and women,) men and women's apparel, and many other products and most of them are experienced exporters. Among some of the foreign companies already established in Hidalgo we can find Playtex Sara Lee (USA), Cheon Jo (South Korea), Canatex (Canada), Maquilas Tepeji (Spain), and Swift Demin Hidalgo (USA-Mexico), Uniformes Pesa (Mexico), Grupo Industrial Zaga (Mexico), Compania de Ropa el Angle (Mexico), among others. Address: 1776 I Street NW, Suite 925 Washington DC 20006 Tel. (202) 756-4819 Fax (202) 756-1301 email: email@example.com Contact: Alma Alfaro Laska