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1 Business Opportunities Matamoros TAMAULIPAS
IMPLAN INSTITUTO MUNICIPAL DE PLANEACIÓN MATAMOROS, TAMAULIPAS

2 INDEX LOCATION CITY’S INFRASTRUCTURE PRODUCTIVE VOCATION
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES AMBITIOUS PROJECTS CONTACT US

3 LOCATION Nearest bordered city to countries belonging to NAFTA, North American Free Trade Agreement. The geographic position of Matamoros brings it closer to: 80 % of the US Market 76 % of the Canadian Market 79 % of the Mexican Market Matamoros

4 DISTANCE TO KEY MARKETS
*Distance in km. CITY DISTANCE Brownsville 5 Harlingen 48 San Antonio 452 Austin 570 Houston 576 Dallas 883 Atlanta 1,862 Indianapolis 2,332 Chicago 2,445 Minneapolis 2,458 Miami 2,494 Los Angeles 2,631 Detroit 2,797 Washington DC 2,852 Nueva York 3,393 Toronto 3,168 Ottawa 3,629 Montreal 3,719 Abroad CITY DISTANCE Mexico City 938 Guadalajara 1,083 Monterrey 286 Manzanillo 1,368 Victoria City 308 Tampico 494 Mexico

5 DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE 418,141 3.3 % 146 M E N U Total Population
30,000 20,000 10,000 POPULATION 0 a 4 10 a 14 20 a 24 30 a 34 40 a 44 50 a 54 60 a 64 70 a 74 80 a 84 AGE 418,141 15.18 % of Tamaulipas total population Number ofinhabitants Men 206,259 (49.3%) Women 211,882 (50.7%) Growth Rate 3.3 % Demographic Density 146 inhabitants / Km2 Fuente: IMPLAN. Con datos del Censo de Población y Vivienda, 2000 M E N U

6 COUNTY'S INFRASTRUCTURE

7 SERVICES INFRASTRUCTURE
SERVICES COVERAGE POTABLE WATER 95 % of total population SANITARY DRAINAGE 85 % of total population ELECTRICITY 95 % of total population PUBLIC LIGHTING % urban area 60% rural area GAS Natural Gas and Propane Gas TELEPHONE SERVICES Local and Long Distance: Telmex, Avantel, Alestra, Miditel Mobil: Telcel and Movistar

8 INDUSTRIAL INFRASTRUCTURE
SHOW MAPS CIMA, Matamoros Industrial City FINSA, North Industrial Trust CYLSA Alianza Industrial Park Ramirez Industrial Park PIASA, Supplies and Services Warehouse Park NEXT

9 Location: Acres: Vocation: Infrastructure: C I M A BACK
8.5 km. East of the City Industrial Paved Streets, Public Lighting, Telephone Service, Public Electic Service, Natural Gas, Potable Water, Sanitary Drainage, Pluvial Station, Public Transportation, Segurity Guards, Fire Station, Schools. BACK

10 Location: Acres: Vocation: Infrastructure: F I N S A BACK
8.5 km. East of the City Industrial Paved Streets, Public Lighting, Telephone Service, Public Electic Service, Natural Gas, Potable Water, Sanitary Drainage, Pluvial Station, Public Transportation, Segurity Guards. BACK

11 Location: Acres: Vocation: Infrastructure: C Y L S A BACK
Lauro Villar Avenue Industria Paved Streets, Public Lighting, Telephone Service, Public Electic Service, Natural Gas. Location: Acres: Vocation: Infrastructure: BACK

12 ALIANZA INDUSTRIAL PARK
Location: Sendero Nacional Highway Acres: 23 total ac; 19 ac. available Vocation: Industrial Infrastructure: Public Electric Service, Water, Drainage, Water Treatment Plant, Telephone Service, Natural Gas, Public Lighting, Surveillance, Public Transportation, Railroad. Cost of m2: 18 US dollars BACK

13 P I A S A Location: Acres: Vocation: Infrastructure: Cost of m2: BACK
Km 6.5 Matamoros - Reynosa Highway 32 total ac; 24 ac. available Supplies and Services Warehouse Public Electric Service, Telephone Service, Paved Streets, Potable Water, Drainage, Public Lighting, Public Transportation, Green Area 30 US dollars BACK

14 RAMIREZ INDUSTRIAL PARK
Location: Ramirez Station, Km 32 Matamoros – Reynosa Highway Acres: 18 total ac; 16 ac. available Vocation: Industrial Infrastructure: Water, Sanitary Drainage, Public Electric Service, Telephone Service, Railroad, Roads. Cost of m2: 22 US dollars BACK

15 COSTS Land Industrial Land Average Cost: $ 1.72 a $ 3.80 (US Dollars / Sq. Ft.) Construction Construction Avegare Cost: $18.00 a $ 35.00 (US Dollars / Sq. ft.) + cost of Land. Rent Industrial Building Average Rent Cost: $ 5.3 US dollars/sq. ft. per year New Building : $ $0.55 US. Dlls. Equipped Building : $ $0.45 US. Dlls. Fuente: IMPLAN. Con datos del COPLADET

16 COSTS Mexico’s Northern Border Public Electric Service
US Dollars per Kwh. Mexico’s Northern Border Water Service US Dollars per 200 m3. 395.13 225.01 194.9 181.06 170.63 154.76 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 US Dollars x 200 m3 N.L. B.C. Tam. Son. Chih. Coah. Mexico’s Northern Border Heavy Fueling US Dollars per m3. Fuente: IMPLAN. Con datos Maquila Portal. 2004

17 LOGISTIC TERRESTRIAL AERIAL
Connected by Higways 101 and 4 to major Mexican markets. Only 48 Km to the most important Highway to US. I69, wich connects to NAFTA’s route. Closest border to USA and Central American Markets. AERIAL International Airport, Servando Canales, multimodal airport with fiscal enclousure and Customs Office for uploads. Two more airports with an area of more than 40 Km which include accesible conexions with cities such as Mexico, Monterrey, Reynosa, Victoria, Dallas TX, Huston Tx, San Antonio TX, as many others.

18 LOGISTIC MARINE RAILWAY
In recent years, the concession of the “EL MEZQUITAL” Port was awarded to the Integral Harbor Administration (API) of the State of Tamaulipas. It will represent the most important Regional Development Center of Tamaulipas in the Northern Coast side. Matamoros hace región y destaca su ventaja comparativa ya que en la ciudad vecina de Brownsville se localiza un puerto de altura, el cual forma parte del sistema de navegación pluvial de E.U.A. que permite la transportación de barcazas hacia el este y hacia el área de los grandes lagos en E.U.A. RAILWAY Matamoros is one out of four bordered cities with USA that offers Railway International crossing. Exists a construction project to buil a railway from Matamoros – Victoria with a length extension of 285 Km..

19 BORDER INFRASTRUCTURE
281 I-69 Brownsville Harlingen McAllen to Houston to San Antonio to Monterrey to Victoria City U S A Texas 3 1 2 Project Vehicle Vehicle - Railroad Matamoros Golf of Mexico N M E N U

20 PRODUCTIVE VOCATION

21 EMPLOYMENT DISTRIBUTION BY ECONOMIC SECTORS
ECONOMIC SETTING EMPLOYMENT DISTRIBUTION BY ECONOMIC SECTORS December 2004 FUENTE: IMPLAN. Con datos del IMSS. 62.8 0.8 8.1 13.4 5.3 0.1 4.9 3.3 1.3 Primary Sector Transformation Electric Service Transportation and Communication Social services Extractive Industry Construction Industry Commerce Business Services

22 ECONOMIC SETTING Matamoros possesses the First Place State wide in having the most number of Companies with Direct Foreign Investment (IED). 236 Companies 36% of Companies with Direct Foreign Investment in the State of Tamaulipas NUMBER OF COMPANIES BY COUNTRY NUMBER OF COMPANIES WITH IED BY ECONOMIC SECTOR, 2004 1 145 3 42 45 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 Number of Companies Primary Sector Manufacture Construction Commerce Services EUA CANADA FRANCIA LUXEMBURGO VENEZUELA ALEMANIA 214 3 2 FUENTE: IMPLAN. Con datos del SE. Sep 2004 FUENTE: IMPLAN. Con datos del SE, Sep 2004.

23 MOVIMIENTO COMMERCIAL CUSTOMS 201,554 MDD 32% 34% 169,282 MDD Exports
NVO. LAREDO Cd. Juárez, Chih. Mesa de Otay, B.C. Colombia, N.L. REYNOSA Guadalajara, Jal. Nogales, Son. Zaragoza, Chih. Mexicali, B.C. MATAMOROS Veracruz, Ver. Aeropuerto Cd. de México Piedras Negras, Coah. Tijuana, B.C. Chihuahua, Chih. Manzanillo, Col. Aeropuerto Cd. Acuña, Coah. ALTAMIRA Monterrey, N.L. San Luis Río Colorado, Son. Aeropuerto Cd. de México Aeropuerto de Toluca México Aeropuerto de Puebla Cd. del Carmen, Camp. 39,124 17,930 16,983 9,609 9,286 8,344 8,135 7,593 7,181 5,868 5,777 4,074 3,204 2,658 2,446 1,759 1,745 1,683 1,188 1,050 42,714 15,783 15,769 12,276 10,510 10,472 9,194 9,058 8,616 7,248 6,935 6,902 6,427 5,481 4,510 4,464 3,941 2,339 1,705 1,597 201,554 MDD TAMAULIPAS, incluye aduana de Tampico, Lucio Blanco, Camargo, Miguel Alemán, Nuevo Progreso y Nueva Cd. Guerrero. * Principales 20 aduanas 32% 64,267 MDD TAMAULIPAS Imports Enero-Dic. 2001 34% 57,533 MDD Exports 169,282 MDD MDD = Millones de Dólares / Millions of Dollars

24 AGRICULTURE PRODUCTION VOLUME SHARE
Autumn – Winter 2004 Agricultura Surface SORGHUM Agriculture Acres 91.27% Temporal Irrigation TOTAL 82,097 76,697 158,794 OTHER 1.44% CORN BEAN 7.14% 0.01% COTTON 0.14% CROP PERFORMANCE Autumn – Winter 2004 Cultivated Field 337, 763 ac Obtained Production 1,494 thousand tons. 6.9 4.3 2.2 1.4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Tons per Acre OTHER SORGHUM CORN COTTON WHEAT BEAN FUENTE: Elaboración con datos de la SAGARPA, 2004.

25 Cattle Raising Surface
Vegetation Acres 109,729 7,829 117,558 Natural Cultivated TOTAL Año Agrícola 2001/2002 CATTLE RAISING POPULATION (Heads) 33,123 4,768 7,897 5,124 2,929 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 Number of Heads BOVINE PORCINE OVINE CAPRINE EQUINE Meat Volume Production 1,902 Tons of Meat FUENTE: Elaboración Propia. Datos de la SAGARPA, 2001. FUENTE: Elaboración Propia. Datos de la SAGARPA. 2001

26 FISHING FISHING PRODUCTION DESTINATION 8,763 km2 138 Km. 48 Km. 70 Km.
FOREIGN 70% LOCAL 25% EXPORT 5% 8,763 km2 138 Km. 48 Km. 70 Km. State Territorial Sea Matamoros Coast Bagdad Beach Laguna Madre 2004 Production’s Volumen and Value Capture : 11,630 thousand tons Production Value: 193,435 thousand pesos FUENTE: Elaboración Propia. Datos de la oficina local de pesca. 2004

27 INDUSTRY INDUSTRY SECTOR WORKERS 2000 – 2004
AUTOPARTS INDUSTRY SECTOR WORKERS 2000 – 2004 83,486 68,826 68,356 62,419 64,432 50,000 55,000 60,000 65,000 70,000 75,000 80,000 85,000 90,000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Num. Of Workers Important Companies are established primarly in the autoparts industry. The principal products are boards, harness, break systems, security systems, shift sticks, seats, antennas, pipe manufacturing, hoses for A/C, great variety of cables and radio components. FUENTE: IMPLAN. CON DATOS DE IME DEL INEGI. 2004

28 EXPORT MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY (IME)
IME ESTABLISHMENTS IME EMPLOYEES Second Largest number of export manufacturing establishments in the State City with the Best Wages for laborers in the state of Tamaulipas 4,064 pesos Monthly average SOURCE: IMPLAN. ALONG WITH DATA FROM IME AND INEGI. 2004

29 TRADE AND SERVICES

30 TOURISM Centuries old architecture can be found in Matamoros’ antique homes and their architectural details. Matamoros has a rich and diverse cultural life with numerous historic museums, galleries, and cultural festivals. In addition to its historical and cultural value, Matamoros is considered a modern city with the necessary infrastructure to offer its visitors places for entertainment, recreation, sports, and first rate businesses. Our natural wonder, the “Playa Bagdad” is visited during Holy Week and summer vacations by both national and foreign tourists. M E N U

31 IVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

32 STRATEGY OF GOVERNMENT
MORE QUALITY IN: PRODUCTION INVESTMENT EMPLOYMENTS MAJOR PARTICIPATION OF THE SMALL AND MEDIUM COMPANY BETTER WAGES BETTER PRODUCTIVITY M I C R O R E G I O N S

33 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
The city of Matamoros has several factors that provide opportunities for all facets of the economy, making it a highly attractive area for investors from around the world. From a business perspective its strategic location, availability of highly qualified laborers, and various comercial agreements with different countries generate great export potential for businesses located in the city, technology transfer, alternative sources of raw goods, and stimulates cometetiveness and efficiency. As a region, its connections to the rest of the world have no comparison..

34 TRADE AGREEMENTS Mexico has the largest number of free trade agreements in the world. It has signed agreements with 37 countries in 3 continents.

35 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Technical advising services Market analysis services Industrialization y comercialization of agricultural and livestock products. Reconversion of agricultural land Intense land use Crop diversification. Soy bean, aloe vera, olive, Forest plantation. Transforming grain into animal feed. Improving genetics and diversity of Livestock Livestock growth projects Modernization of livestock killing methods. AGRICULTURAL AGRICULTURAL

36 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Establishment of fishing farms. Mollusks, seafood, and fish. Modernization of capture methods. Integrated Dock berths. Higuerillas, La Capilla and Isla Manos de León. Centers for receipt and sale of marine species. Product refrigeration and transportation. FISHING FISHING Design and manufacture of specialized components for the automotive and electrical industry. Development of packaging products for use by the manufacturing industry. Production chains with established enterprises. Industrial Park development Economic Incentives. Promotion of the medical industry. INDUSTRY INDUSTRY

37 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Infrastructure Construction Urban Infrastructure Construction Industrial Infrastructure Construction CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION Development of regional and national franchises. Establishment of Franchise businesses. International commerce services. COMMERCE COMMERCE

38 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Recreation and entertainment services for foreign visitors (I.e. “Winter Texans” and “Springbreakers”) Development of “Playa Bagdad” Development of “Puerto El Mezquital” Sport Fishing Development of infrastructure for conventions and international events. TOURISM TOURISM General freight and specialized public transportation services. General and specialized storage services. Urban transportation services TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION

39 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Development of a dedicated fleet for scrap collection. Development of scrap fragmentation facilities. Treatment and Management of Solid waste Rubble Disposal. Tire Disposal Recovery of recyclable materials. RECYCLING RECYCLING M E N U

40 GRAND PROJECTS

41 MATAMOROS - VICTORIA RAILWAY
In order to consolidate the terrestrial transportation system, a project has been developed to develop a Matamoros-Victoria railway system consisting of a 285 Km extension. Its contruction will facilitate the movement of imported and exported goods to and from central Mexico to the largest market in the world.

42 INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES
The increased level of traffic along the Matamoros-Brownsville border requires that new ports of entry be built to improve traffic flow and anticipate future increases in traffic. We are promoting the construction of two more ports of entry throgh concession. Among the most desirable are the Matamoros-Port of Brownsville crossing and the relocation and enlargement of the railroad crossing..

43 “EL MEZQUITAL” PORT THE PORT’S MISSION EE.UU. Puerto “El Mezquital”
TEXAS EE.UU. Monterrey Saltillo Reynosa Cd. Victoria Río Bravo McAllen Laredo Sn Fernando Puerto “El Mezquital” GOLFO DE MEXICO Matamoros Brownsville Nuevo Laredo To become the most important center of regional development on the coastal area of northern Tamaulipas. To operate as the first maritime port for the border transformation industry. To increase the flow of value added goods manufactured in north-central Tamaulipas to the United States. To stimulate the market for maritime tourism at an international level. To consolidate itself as the most important support site for the open water and fresh water fishing industries. To act as the loading dock for distributing along the Gulf of Mexico and the Carribean products from the surrounding area.

44 “EL MEZQUITAL” PORT DEVELOPMENT

45 290 Has. Available for the development
AIRPORT Matamoros 290 has. 290 Has. Available for the development Multimodal airports are a natural impulse for increasing the potentil for commercial industry and tourism. They provide modern and efficient transportation in a market of increasing global competition. Matamoros, Gral. Servando Canales International Airport Fiscal Enclosure. Customs Cargo Area. Total Surface: hectares Runway Length: 2.3 Km. x 46 m. Passengers: 96,887 Caargo: 640 ton. Largest Operable Aircraft: B Passenger Capacity per hour: 210

46 TOURISTIC DEVELOPMENT OF
“PLAYA BAGDAD” CANTAMAR Located on the Playa Bagdad, it is the best tourist development in the area. Only 25 minutes from the city of Matamoros, it is located on the gulf coast with easy access and good communication through the main highways of northern Mexico and south Texas. CANTAMAR is currently under construction. Work on the project began on March 17, 2003. M E N U

47 INSTITUTO MUNICIPAL DE PLANEACIÓN
CONTACTO LIC. BALTAZAR HINOJOSA OCHOA Presidente Municipal de Matamoros Tamaulipas Tel: +52 (868) (Conmutador) Directo: +52 (868) DR. ALEJANDRO NEGRETE SALINAS Director General del Instituto Municipal de Planeación Tel: +52 (868) Fax: +52 (868) IMPLAN INSTITUTO MUNICIPAL DE PLANEACIÓN MATAMOROS, TAMAULIPAS

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