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Launched on March 18, 2021, The Borderplex Supplier Association focuses on providing education around exporting and advanced technology. A variety of special initiatives have also been launched or are planned in relation to supply chain development, marketing, and talent pipeline development.

The Borderplex Supplier Association and the scope of its activities are a part of the implementation of The Borderplex Alliance’s economic development strategic plan called the 2025 Ascend Plan.

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 Involvement Options 

The following benefits are included in the Free Membership option.

 Involvement in Special Initiatives:  Participate in special initiatives that support the manufacturing industry.

 Ongoing Education:  Gain access to educational programming on exporting and emerging technology. 

 Access to Events:  Receive invitations to all supplier-related events hosted by the Association, including regional capacity showcases and similar events.

 Factory Digital Transformation Consultation:  Get a personalized consultation to assess your company’s needs for successful adoption of digital technologies.

The following additional benefits are available to Borderplex Alliance Investors. 

Access to Customer Opportunities:  Gain access to private supplier opportunities and government opportunities curated through Borderplex Alliance relationships.

 Business Consultation:  Get personalized consultation to connect you with available community resources.

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The following is a list of organizations who have valuable resources for companies, from exporting to the digital transformation of your company. 


Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center (TMAC)   

TMAC delivers hands-on business management, technology and operations solutions to accelerate profitable growth by developing and improving products, processes and people for companies.

Service Areas: U.S. and Mexico

Click here for more information. 


Small Business Administration Office of International Trade

The Office of International Trade works in cooperation with other federal agencies and public- and private-sector groups to encourage small business exports and to assist small businesses seeking to export.

Service Areas: U.S.

Click here for more information. 


New Mexico Trade Alliance 

The New Mexico Trade Alliance provides export assistance to New Mexico companies through international trade missions, business seminars, individual business consultations, and certificates needed for international sales.  

Service Areas: U.S. (New Mexico)

Click here for more information. 



SNICE offers immediate consultation without intermediaries that explains how to import and export and offers them services and platforms that will accompany them throughout the process. 

Service Areas: Mexico

Click here for more information. 


United States Export Import Bank (EXIM)

EXIM provides trade financing solutions – including export credit insurance, working capital guarantees, and guarantees of commercial loans to foreign buyers – to empower exporters of U.S. goods and services. 

Service Areas: U.S.

Click here for more information. 


Export Optimizers  

Export Optimizers provides full-service support in the following areas for businesses: discovery of export opportunities through market analysis, market expansion and implementation. 

Service Areas: U.S.

Click here for more information. 



This online platform allows business to find other companies who may be potential customers or suppliers. Companies will also be able to discover new business opportunities in Latin America, participate in industry events, and connect with entrepreneurs through specialized communities. 

Service Areas: Mexico

Click here for more information. 


Secretaría Innovación y 
Desarollo Económico (SIDE)

SIDE provides a wide array of services to business in Chihuahua including, job training, business advisory services to multiple industry sectors, and subsidies and financing for MSMES.

Service Areas: Mexico (Cd. Juárez/Chihuahua)

Click here for more information. 


International Trade Administration 

The International Trade Administration's  resources include, B2B matching, trade missions, and training and workshops on making your first exporting sale or ways to expand into additional markets.  

Service Areas: U.S.

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El Paso U.S Export Assistance Center

The El Paso U.S Export Assistance Center, part of the International Trade Administration, provides businesses in the region with a global network of experienced trade professionals is located throughout the United States and in U.S. Embassies and Consulates worldwide. 

Service Areas: U.S.

Click here for more information. 



Bancomext oversees financing international trade and provides risk coverage for companies located in Mexico combined with an efficient collection procedure. 

Service Areas: Mexico

Click here for more information. 


Consejo Empresarial Mexicano de Comercio Exterior, Inversión y Tecnología (COMCE)

COMCE is the leading body of the private sector in international trade. Its mission is to promote foreign trade, attract foreign investment, and technological development. 

Service Areas: Mexico (Cd. Juárez/Chihuahua)

Click here for more information. 


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The Borderplex Industry 4.0 Consortium is now offering free consultation services to help identify ways you can adopt new industry 4.0 technology and transform your business for greater efficiency and profitability. Free consultations include one phone call and one in-person visit to determine the level of services needed. Some free and reduced cost follow on services may be available. 

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