Mexico dressing the world

Mexico dressing the world

Mexico dressing the world with its denim

Mexico is known worldwide for having a great number of textile enterprises, creating fabrics of all types and for its maquiladoras who produce millions of clothing garments each year, that are traded nationally and exporter to different parts of the world.

The good quality  handled by the textile companies, low labor costs, quick production are some of the points that make the big foreign companies to choose Mexican fabrics to manufacture their garments.

“Denim garments have gone a long way through fashion, because they last for too long, the prices are very accessible and the designs meet everyone’s styles”, commented Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal, president of Grupo Denim.

As of today, Mexico is the second biggest vendor of denim exporting this fabric to the United Sates, as for the total of denim produced, a 50% is exporter and the final destination for most of this fabric is this neighbor country.

Durango, Guanajuato, Puebla and Estado de México are the states in Mexico with the biggest production of this textile.

Although Mexico is mainly in charge of exported denim and products made with this fabric, this country is also in charge of dressing the world by exporting garments such as coats, suits, dresses, lingerie and swimsuits among many other products that are sent to different countries daily.

And even when the textile industry went through very tough periods on the last decade, Mexico has been able to recuperate from it and has become one of the most outstanding exporters of denim in the world.

The Mexican government has also taken the decision to keep on supporting this industry in the country by taking different economic and legal measures that will help increasing the productivity of denim and textiles in general and by modernizing the machinery on the companies dedicated to manufacture garments and textiles.

“Mexico is well known around the world for being one of the countries that work with more efficiency, with high quality standards and low production costs, creating job sources for Mexican people that help with the home expenses”, added Salomon Juan Marcos Villarreal.