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Sustainable Building & Construction Trade Mission to Mexico City and Guadalajara « Back to Search Results

Expand Your Business in Mexico!

The United States Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration, is organizing a Sustainable Construction Trade Mission to Mexico that will introduce U.S. firms to Mexico’s Sustainable Building & Construction sector, and assist U.S. companies in pursuing export opportunities in the sector.

By focusing on infrastructure-related projects, this mission advances ITA’s work to increase U.S. company participation in infrastructure and strategically position our clients to tap medium and long-term opportunities.


Mission Venues

  • Mexico City for U.S. Embassy briefing, attend Expo CIHAC, business matchmaking appointments, and networking receptions.
  • Optional stop in Guadalajara for additional matchmaking and networking opportunities with local companies

Trade Mission Features

  • B2B matchmaking appointments in Mexico City and Guadalajara.
  • Market briefings for participants by U.S. Embassy (Mexico City) and Consulate (Guadalajara) personnel.
  • Complimentary participant badge for Mexico’s premier construction trade show - Expo CIHAC!

Commercial Setting

  • The 2014 National Infrastructure Program (NIP) plan focusing on developing major sectors spanning transportation, water, energy, health, urban development, communications, and tourism with an anticipated total investment of $586 billion through 2018.
  • Over 700 public- and privately-funded infrastructure projects have been identified and include opportunities for foreign companies to participate through subcontracts and direct sales to the federal government will grow.
  • Despite the substantial public funding for many projects, the Government of Mexico anticipates the majority of NIP projects to be implemented as Private-Public Partnerships varying from 15 to 30 years.

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