The Commercial HVAC Manufacturing Market In Mexico Is Heating Up
Mexico has long been established as a stronghold for HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) manufacturers, which encompasses the production of parts and products involved in air conditioning, water heating and cooling, and overall heating and cooling units for construction, homes, and some transportation equipment. According to the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC), Mexico is home to more than 600 companies dedicated to the HVAC industry. Many of these manufacturers are tier 1, 2, and 3 companies located within Mexico's various clusters.
Given the rapid, steady growth of the aerospace and automotive brands in the country, the demand for industrial furnaces and systems for heat treatment has created a booming HVAC market around the world in addition to consumer housing. As a result, Mexico has become home to a wide range of HVAC products, from vacuum pumps to ventilation parts. As the global economy continues to improve, Mexico’s HVAC industry will also expand and become more active; market research reports place HVAC sales growth at as much as 25 percent per year as air conditioning technologies continue to expand across the world.
Key Mexico HVAC Industry Reports and Statistics
of HVAC units shipped in the U.S. are produced by companies with Mexico manufacturing
Seven major HVAC manufacturing brands account for approximately 90 percent of all heating and air conditioning systems shipped in the United States; all of these HVAC equipment companies have HVAC manufacturing sites in Mexico.
in annual exports of air conditioners generated annually
Mexico’s annual air conditioner exports to the USA and across the world are valued at USD $4 billion, ranking it in the top three exporters worldwide. This makes Mexico one of the largest and fastest-growing air conditioner exporters, with over 41 percent growth in the past five years.
companies operate in Mexico’s HVAC industry countrywide
According to the WEDC, more than 600 companies operate in Mexico’s HVAC industry across the country. There are 400 companies alone which manufacture heating exchangers.
Start-Up Smartly with Tetakawi’s HVAC Advantage
Whether you’re thinking about manufacturing HVAC systems in Mexico or you’re already there, Tetakawi can help your company launch, operate, and thrive in the country’s robust HVAC manufacturing industry. With over 34 years of experience in the Mexican manufacturing landscape, we've done market research and are experienced in helping HVAC manufacturers set up maquiladoras in Mexico. Our services for heating and air conditioner manufacturers are built on strategy, driven by experience, and tailored to meet your operation’s unique needs. Though we’re the largest shelter services provider in Mexico, our hands-on approach for helping commercial HVAC manufacturers means that you can rely on a trusted partner to guide you through every step of establishing your brand. We can help your company:
- Select the right site for your HVAC manufacturing company
- Configure legal, organizational, and support structures
- Recruit, train, and retain your company employees
- Manage all admin functions from finance and accounting to labor and customs
- Keep things running smoothly from initial launch through ongoing company operations
- and so much more – we do the heavy administrative lifting for brands so that your team can focus on your competitive advantage: HVAC manufacturing excellence.
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