The 20 Taiwanese companies interested in the Interoceanic Corridor of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec

The Ministry of Economy of Mexico reported this Friday that 20 Taiwanese companies are interested in investing in the Interoceanic Corridor of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec (CIIT).

These companies are:

  • Chunghwa Telecom (TAITRA).
  • Machan International Co. (TAITRA).
  • A-Lumen Machine Co. (TAITRA).
  • Vivotek Inc. (TAITRA).
  • Teco Corporation (TAITRA).
  • Hon Hai Foxconn (TAITRA).
  • Master Transportation Bus Manufacturing Ltd. (TAITRA).
  • Delta Electronics (TAITRA).
  • Wonderful Hi-Tech Co. (TAITRA).
  • Inventec (Taiwan) (TEEMA).
  • Photic Electronics (TEEMA).
  • Jebsee (TEEMA).
  • Merry Electronics (TEEMA).
  • TopCo Technologies (TEEMA).
  • T-Global Technology Co. (TEEMA).
  • Bellwether International Group Ltd. (TEEMA).
  • Inventec (Mexico) (TEEMA).
  • Wieson Technologies Co. (TEEMA).
  • Pegatron (TEEMA).
  • Unimicron (TPCA).

Taiwanese companies

These companies met with Carlos Slim Helú, main owner of Grupo Carso; Adrian Saada, from Vitro; Máximo Vedoya, from Ternium, Carlos Zarlenga, from Stellantis; Raquel Buenrostro, Secretary of the Economy of Mexico, and Francisco Cervantes Díaz, President of the Business Coordinating Council (CCE).

The Taiwanese mission is made up of 20 companies, a research center and representatives of the Taiwan Foreign Trade Development Council (TAITRA), the Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association (TEEMA) and the Taiwan Printed Circuit Board Association ( TCAP).

Likewise, the Mission is part of the efforts between the Ministry of Economy and the US-Mexico CEO Dialogue, a cooperation mechanism between the CCE and the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, specifically the Investment Group, whose representatives worked together to identify the opportunities that the North American region has within the framework of the phenomenon of relocation of companies, better known as nearshoring.

In 2022, the U.S.-Mexico CEO Dialogue Investment Group set out to analyze and find specific sectors to strengthen North American supply chains.

As a result, the manufacture of printed circuit boards (PCBs) turned out to be one of the most important items, identifying Taiwan as the main producer of PCBs in the world.


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