Doing Business in Reynosa
Reynosa, the largest city in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, traces its beginnings back to 1749 when it became home to about 300 Spanish settlers as part of a program to develop the Mexican interior.
Reynosa spent much of its early history in relative obscurity, finally receiving official recognition as a city by the Mexican government in 1926. On July 10, 1926 the Hidalgo-Reynosa-International Bridge was opened and has since permanently altered the city's trajectory.
As the region transformed into a hub of binational travel and trade, the city's population swelled to meet the demand for labor in burgeoning industries such as manufacturing and oil exploration.
The Reynosa of today is a colossal urban environment, sprawling across nearly 1,250 square miles. While the city retains much of its historic character and traditional Latin-American culture, Reynosa's eyes are set firmly on its future as the most important link between tomorrow's most important economies.
Reynosa's workforce consists of more than 198,000 people with a median age of only 26 years of age. The majority of economic activity takes place within the following industries:
- Maquiladora and Manufacturing Industry
- Oil & Gas
- International Trade
Reynosa's ever growing transportation industry provides access to 12 bus lines accomodating 45 public bus routes, over 5,500 Freight trucks working with over 70 companies, 1 airport with 5 available airlines and over 400,000 passengers per year flying in and out of Reynosa.
Available Bus Lines:
- Autobuses Del Noreste
- Transportes Del Norte
- Estrella Blanca
- El Expreso
- Servicio Panamericano De Lujo
- Autobuses Tornado
The city of Reynosa offers all the necessary utilities your company would need from electricity to telecommunications and data - offering fiber optic services as well. For those who moving to the city there are cable providers for your home as well as electricity, phone, and internet. For more information, contact us for the most up to date list of providers.