Mexico shelter manufacturing is a fairly well established process which allows foreign manufacturers to establish a maquiladora – or industrial manufacturing plant – in Mexico without going through any of the red-tape involved in opening a Mexican business. In fact, many foreign shelter manufacturers find Mexico shelter services to be preferable to opening their own Mexican production plants because they can avoid a number of the problems and complexities that are inherent in setting up a Mexican business.
Consider Shelter Manufacturing in Mexico
The foreign shelters can also benefit from Mexico shelter services because they can reduce their own tax liability by operating in the Mexican maquiladoria in much the same way that a foreign domestic company would be taxed in its home country. In this respect, a foreign shelter is treated just like any other foreign domestic company. It must obtain a commercial invoice and provide an official receipt of the purchase of their own commercial equipment. The same applies to sales and services provided by the foreign shelter.
As one would expect, the Mexican maquiladoria is also similar to the maquilas in the rest of Latin America. The main difference is that a shelter manufacturer can choose their own employees for work in their Mexican shelter factories rather than being limited to foreigners from a foreign country. In addition, Mexican shelter manufacturers may have access to subcontractors who can perform the labor and other tasks that may be performed in the production of shelter products.