Manufacturing Value in food   production 

With over 360 significant manufacturing operations, it's no wonder the Borderplex Region, which includes Las Cruces, El Paso, and Cd. Juárez continues to attract companies worldwide

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The Borderplex is the

 5th largest manufacturing hub  in North America

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 $108 Billion in trade  passed through the Borderplex last year

  295,000+ employees  in the manufacturing  sector

The median age of our population is 32

Educational institutions are prepared to offer

 customizable training programs 

specific to your needs

Being the largest regional military complex in the U.S., 

we have access to a pool of  veterans  to hire from

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 The borderplex has five ports connecting the united states to Mexico 

Ports 1, 4 and 5 process commercial cargo shipments

  1. Santa Teresa

  2. Paso Del Norte (PDN)

  3. Stanton Dedicated Commuter Lane (Stanton DCL)

  4. Bridge of the Americas (BOTA)

  5. Zaragoza (Ysleta)

  6. Serna / Tornillo 

 17% of all trade with Mexico  passes through the Borderplex

Every minute

 $1 Million 

worth of goods and services are traded by the U.S. and Mexico

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 who's manufacturing here  

Stampede
Seco Spice
Olam
Green Valley Pecan
Saputo
Sterigenics
Valley Cold
NOA
Franco
Deli Spices
DFA
Rio Blue
Siera Madre Produce
La Primera
Young Guns

 Benefit from Union Pacific's $420 M Intermodal Facility

The Borderplex Region offers Class 1 Rail Service provided by Union Pacific (UP) and Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF). Both UP and BNSF have the following in the region:

  • Local rail service interline agreements

  • Maintenance facilities

  • Service facilities

  • Trans-loading facilities

 

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