Being at the border, our company can enjoy the best of both worlds in terms of labor force and industrial infrastructure. In comparison to other border regions, McAllen offers a growing education system, low l...
- Edi Sanjoto, Senior Manager - Engineering Alps Electric
McAllen's Research and Education Park will focus on ways to deliver faster development of customization products at a lower cost.
A global private sector partner said it best, "this focus on rapid product commercialization and speed to market is the only way to ensure our companies survival."
The city of McAllen's geographic location allows companies to distribute their products to consumers across the nation quickly and efficiently.
Manufacturers can bring materials into their plants using sea ports in Mexico and ship the finished goods out from a central location.
McAllen EDC offers free services to help your company relocate to our region every step of the way.
Once you are here, McAllen EDC will continue to support your operation through our BRE program.
Whatever your company needs to be successful, McAllen EDC is there to help.
"McAllen ranked 13th largest retail market in the state of Texas"
$1.2 Trillion of Economic Activity Expected for Border Towns
According to Marcial Nava, an economist at BBVA Compass, border towns should be expecting $1.2 trillion dollars worth of economic activity.
The United States is Mexico's largest natural gas supplier, providing 80% of imports. More than 60% of the natural gas supplied comes from Texas through pipelines that link the Lo...