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Medical Devices
Manufacturing in Mexico

Manufacturing in Mexico has rapidly become the top destination for Medical device companies looking to increase their competitive advantage. Mexico is the largest provider of medical device products to the U.S. and the largest exporter to Latin America with over 750 manufacturing companies calling it home.

Why are Medical Device Manufacturers Expanding to Mexico?

The potential of Mexico's strategic location, cost efficiency,  skilled labor force, IP protections  and other factors have brought some of the most well-known medical device companies to manufacture in Mexico. Mexico's annual exports of medical equipment and supplies were valued at $9.049 billion as of 2018.

From temporary imports for final assemby to full production operations, Mexico's medical device sector is equipped to handle a borad range of medical device manufacturing activities. You will find first class facilities that are FDA, CE and ISO 13485 certified, as well as special processing plants offering clean-rooms ranging for Class 100 to 100,000.

Mexico's  nearshore  platform offers engineering, intellectual property protection, quality control and safety certification, especially for the manufacturing of sensitive products to U.S., Canada and European markets. Manufacturing medical devices in Mexico gives you the same quality and safety of manufacturing at home while taking advantage of a 40-60% savings in labor cost.

Top Medical Device Manufacturing Companies in Mexico

There are over 79 medical device manufacturing companies in Baja California which represent  more than half of the industry's presence in Mexico. Around 620,000 workers (over 50,000 in Tijuana) make the region the largest industry concentration in North America. The state is also a leading hub for medical device manufacturing and the headquarters for the public-private alliance. Medical Device Cluster of the Californias and the Cali-Baja Biotech Cluster which represents over 800 companies and includes San Diego, Imperial Valley and Baja California.
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Cardinal Health
Fisher & Paykel
Greatbatch
Medline
Teledyne

Medical Device Sectors & Products Made in Mexico

  • Contract manufacturing
  • Medical supply
  • Dentures
  • Electronic thermometers
  • Hemodialysis components
  • Infusion pumps
  • IV administration sets
  • Lenses
  • Nebulizers
  • Orthopedic braces
  • Oximeters
  • Pacemakers
  • Single use medical supplies
  • Stents
  • Surgical kits and equipment
  • Urinary catheters
  • Wheelchairs
  • X-ray film marking systems
  • … and more!

Medical Device Industry in Mexico Highlights

At  Co-Production International, shelter services provider in Mexico, we know what makes the medical device industry tick. From the delicate quality control standards and safety regulations governing medical device manufacturing, we know how to make the pro-business environment of Mexico work to your advantage. We invite manufacturers of medical devices, from high-tech imaging equipment to catheters and everything in between, to see how Baja California can be your Mexican frontier to success.
  • Knowledge and technology transfer capabilities
  • The products are  FDA Class I, II and III
  • Medical device products cluster integration
  • R&D is oriented to improve product, processes and work methods
  • Class 100 to 100,000 clean rooms
  • Modern logistics infrastructure and communication development in the region

“Our customers are looking for more vertical integration. The new nearshore plant and our new capabilities in medical injection molding are significant milestones in Phase 2's growing abilities to meet and even exceed our client’s expectations; while also attracting new customers seeking high-quality contract medical manufacturing.“

"Phase 2 was set up in Tijuana in months, and the only way it was possible was through the efforts of CPI. CPI visited our plant in New Hampshire to get an excellent understanding of what we do, how we do it, the space we needed, and the level of expertise required by our labor force. These details allowed them to search the available real estate, as well as calibrate themselves on what style of employee Phase 2 requires."

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