Reynosa powering industrial expansion across borders I 19 June 2024
June 19, 2024

Reynosa has solidified itself as a keystone in the cross-border economy between Mexico and the United States, driving the expansion of American manufacturing. Its proximity to Texas and its productive capacity makes it an essential strategic point for trade and logistics. 

In 2023, Reynosa recorded exports totaling $16.1 billion, highlighting its role as a manufacturing and logistical bridge with Texas. This volume of exports underscores the importance of its road and commercial infrastructure, with the McAllen-Hidalgo-Reynosa International Bridge being crucial for the efficient transportation of goods. 

The city specializes in key sectors such as automotive and electronics, which represent a significant portion of the region’s industrial gross leasable area (GLA). In fact, U.S. companies occupy 60% of the industrial GLA, reflecting Reynosa’s attractiveness to foreign investment. Reynosa’s strong industrial profile is supported by modern infrastructure that facilitates the transportation of goods. It has infrastructure that improves urban mobility and connects with important industrial destinations in Mexico and the United States. This type of infrastructure is vital for maintaining logistical efficiency and supporting industrial growth. 

In terms of statistics, the crossing of goods through the McAllen-Hidalgo-Reynosa International Bridge increased by 6% in 2023, reaching over 510,000 records, the highest level since 2015. This increase highlights Reynosa’s growing importance in bilateral trade. 

Reynosa is emerging as a dynamic and strategic industrial center, essential for the cross-border economy. Its ability to attract foreign investments and its robust logistical infrastructure position it as a key driver in trade between Mexico and the United States. As the city continues to develop, it is anticipated to continue playing a crucial role in the regional economy. 



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