Two of the three southbound connectors from 125 to Otay Mesa will begin construction next spring and will be completed in approximately two years. The two connectors include the eastbound connections to SR-905 and the direct access towards SR-11. The third connector (westbound to 905) will begin construction after the first two connectors are built.
Our Member Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Baja California is expanding its operations in Tijuana, investing roughly US$150 million, and creating an estimated 400 new jobs in January 2018.
TOYOTA expects to increase its annual production by 60%, which currently stands at 160,000 Tacoma pick-ups per year. Currently, 90% of the Tijuana production is allotted to the North American market, while 10% stays in the national market.
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Brentwood Industries Partners with Co-Production International for Expansion of Medical Thermoforming and Plastic Injection Molding Manufacturing in Tijuana
Brentwood Industries, Inc. is expanding operations to Tijuana, Mexico with a new manufacturing clean room facility opening early 2018. The new facility just south of San Diego, California, represents Brentwood’s first strategic international manufacturing expansion site in Latin America. Brentwood has leased a 35,000-square foot clean room facility in the modern Thomas Alva Edison Industrial Park and is expected to invest $3.5 million dollars in the build out.
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The Public Affairs Manager will help position CBX to be both proactive and appropriately responsive to public policy, legislative, regulatory and community issues and opportunities primarily focused on the San Diego region. This position will be externally focused, with priorities on establishing, maintaining and enhancing relationships with external stakeholders, gathering and reporting feedback to inform CBX management, and communicating CBX priorities and positions to decision makers and key audiences.
Zavalza Trucking Company in Otay Mesa, CA is searching for a dispatcher to become part of their team:
- Bilingual – Spoken and Written.
- Minimum 1-year experience in the field
- Available to work from 7 am to 4 pm M-F, Some Saturdays 9-12pm
- High School Diploma or higher
- Able to work well with drivers
- Organized and Multi-tasker
Please send resumes to:
SUBJECT: Issuance of Wood Packaging Material Penalty
Because of our proximity to the border, a great deal of employees are residing in Tijuana and coming to work every day to Otay Mesa. Many of these employees have a legal permanent resident card (known as green card). This permit allows you to work in the US but also requires you to reside in the US. People in this situation are not in compliance with US law and can face repercussions, such as inadmissibility into the US.
Fortunately, there is a commuter card program that allows people to work in the US and reside in Mexico. This program will allow your employees to abide by the law and be eligible for trusted traveler program, such as SENTRI and Global Entry. This can be a huge productivity boost for your companies because employees would see a dramatic reduction in wait times when crossing the border in addition to more predictable wait times, therefore decreasing tardiness to work, not to mention a significant increase in quality of life for workers.
Check out these presentations by the Smart Border Coalition that outline the key benefits and potential disadvantages of the Commuter Card Program. If you are interested in a detailed presentation about this program to your employees, please email our Executive Director, Alejandra Mier y Teran.
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Marco Nava, Operations Manager Calle D #301 Col. Las Huertas 5ta sección Tijuana, B.C. 22127 664-689-0005 Phone [email protected] [email protected]
Tropical Storm Lidia Recovery Effort in Baja California Sur: The International Community Foundation is seeking support for the Baja California Disaster Relief Fund to rebuild this beautiful region, which is in so much need of assistance. ICF has received several requests from groups on-the-ground that urgently need our help. Please consider a contribution to help southern Baja recover.
Hurricane Irma Barbuda Recovery Effort: ICF is partnering with The Waitt Institute and Waitt Foundation to establish the Barbuda Recovery and Conservation, Trust Fund. The Waitt Foundation is seeding this Fund with a $100,000 grant and will match contributions made to this fund. Waitt staff are heading to Antigua and Barbuda to provide coordination and first-hand support.
Earthquake in Mexico Recovery Effort: Finally, any contributions to the International Relief Fund will aid in the recovery process that is required by the devastation caused by the magnitude-8.1 earthquake that occurred in Chiapas, and was felt as far as Mexico City and Guatemala City. The earthquake was registered off Mexico’s southern coast while heavy rains from Hurricane Katia lashed the east. There are reports of over 50 deaths in Chiapas, Tabasco, and Oaxaca and we are sure the region will need significant aid in the coming days and weeks.