Infrastructure


We are located in Mexicali Mexico for a reason – actually, a multitude of reasons:

You would be hard-pressed to find another city along the US-Mexico border with such an impressive list of existing infrastructure:

  • Easy Access:
    • By Air –
      • Fly commercially into San Diego CA, Yuma AZ, Palm Springs CA
      • Fly commercially or privately directly to Mexicali Mexico or Imperial CA
      • Or, fly privately into Calexico CA
    • By Land –
      • We are located about 20 minutes off Interstate US 8
      • For all of Southern California and most of Arizona – you can drive to visit us and be back at your home the same day
    • By Rail –
      • Railroad network (81 miles long) connects directly with Southern Pacific Railroad in the U.S. with spurs available to several industrial parks.
    • Ports Of Entry –
      • Calexico East – 8 lanes of non-commercial access into the US and 3 lanes of commercial access.
      • Calexico West – 10 lanes of non-commercial access into the US with dedicated SENTRI lanes.
  • Abundant Utilities:
    • Electricity –
      • The 680-megawatt “Cerro Prieto” plant generates enough electricity to supply the city of Mexicali and still have a surplus that is exported to the U.S.
    • Natural Gas –
      • Available in all of Mexicali’s industrial parks.
    • Water –
      • Supplied from the Colorado River.
      • A recently expanded water treatment plant.
    • Internet –
      • Both satellite as well as hard-lined access.
    • Telephone –
      • In-house VOIP
      • Fiber optic telephone lines.
    • Waste Disposal –
      • The first maquiladora-specific landfill in Mexico has recently been opened west of Mexicali. This means that non-hazardous waste can now be disposed-of locally with savings of up to 60%.