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Who are we

Since 1986, the Mexican Association of Industrial Parks (AMPIP), is the leading organization for real estate developers in Mexico, representing more than 250 industrial parks located throughout the country.

AMPIP comprises private developers, real estate investment trusts (REITs), investment funds with industrial assets and state governments’ industrial trusts.

AMPIP operates under the basic principles of respect to individuals’ integrity, transparency, win-win relationships, fair employment and environmental care.

Mission

AMPIP promotes the development of competitive and sustainable industrial parks, to enhance the industrial and logistics capacity of Mexico.

Vision

AMPIP is the leading organization of industrial parks that encourages the development of industrial real estate infrastructure of excellence in Mexico.

What we do

As a business organization, AMPIP:

  • Represents the interests of industrial parks with government authorities, congressmen and investors, as well as with national, foreign and international organizations.
  • Promotes the benefits of industrial parks, as part of Mexico’s competitive advantages.
  • Organizes activities to share knowledge and experiences on issues that impact the performance of industrial parks.
  • Provides relevant and updated information on national and international market outlook, perspectives, risks and business opportunities.
  • Promotes best practices in industrial parks towards security and sustainability.
  • Assists government authorities and new companies, as a consultative body, about feasibility and success factors for the creation of new industrial parks.

In addition, AMPIP helps multinational companies in their site selection projects for new operations in Mexico, facilitating information about the industrial real estate market, and organizing agendas for site visits.

Board of Directors
2018-2019

  • President Héctor Ibarzábal Guerrero Prologis Mexico City
  • Secretary Jorge Suárez Navarro Parque Industrial San Jorge Guadalajara, Jalisco
  • Treasurer Félix Bocard Parque Industrial Millennium San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí
  • Adviser Daniel Hernández Briones Parque Industrial Atitalaquia Atitalaquia, Hidalgo
  • Adviser Francisco Fiorentini Parque Industrial Mexicali Mexicali, Baja California
  • Adviser Patricio Gutiérrez Artha Capital Mexico City
  • Adviser Marco Ramón Amistad Desarrolladores Inmobiliarios Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila
  • Adviser David O´Donnell O´Donnell Mexico City
  • Adviser Lorenzo D. Berho VESTA Mexico City
  • Adviser Sergio Argüelles FINSA Monterrey, Nuevo León
  • Adviser Juan Monroy Fibra Macquarie México Mexico City
  • Adviser Vanessa Cordero Desarrolladora Marabis Irapuato, Guanajuato
  • Adviser Luis Lara American Industries Chihuahua, Chihuahua
  • Adviser Héctor Medrano Cactus Valley Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila
  • Adviser Gerardo Ruiz Advance Real Estate Querétaro, Querétaro

Former Presidents

  • 2015-2017 Pablo Charvel Orozco Parque Industrial Calafia Mexicali, Baja California
  • 2014-2015 Rodolfo Balmaceda VESTA Mexico City
  • 2011-2013 Jaime Roberts Vildosola IAMSA Mexicali, Baja California
  • 2009-2010 Alberto Chretin Castillo Terrafina Mexico City
  • 2007-2008 Lorenzo Berho Corona VESTA Mexico City
  • 2005-2006 Luis Gutiérrez Guajardo Prologis Mexico City
  • 2003-2004 Francisco Rubio Cárdenas Grupo La Mesa Tijuana, Baja California
  • 2001-2002 Gerardo Hinojosa Fajardo CIESA Monterrey, Nuevo León
  • 2000 Eduardo Martínez Palomera Parque Industrial Mexicali Mexicali, Baja California
  • 1996-1999 Jaime Bermúdez Cuarón Parque Industrial Antonio J. Bermúdez Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua
  • 1993-1995 Jesús María Ramón Valdés Amistad Desarrolladores Industriales Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila
  • 1991-1992 Carlos Bustamante Anchondo Grupo Bustamante Tijuana, Baja California
  • 1989-1990 Sergio Argüelles Gutiérrez FINSA Monterrey, Nuevo León
  • 1987-1988 Xavier Rivas Martínez Parque Industrial Mexicali Mexicali, Baja California
  • 1986-1987 Guillermo Ochoa González Parque Antonio J. Bermudez Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua

AMPIP Members Directory

  1. Advance Real Estate
  2. AeroTech Industrial Park
  3. ALIS Park
    • Carretera a Nanchital Paso Nuevo 166
      Colonia Ixhuatlán del Sureste
      C.P. 96366
    • Ph. +52 (554) 161-9037
    • www.parquealis.com
  4. American Industries
  5. Amistad Industrial Developers
  6. Antonio J. Bermudez Industrial Park
  7. Artha Capital
    • Paseo de Tamarindos 90
      Torre II, Piso 31
      Colonia Bosques de las Lomas
      C.P. 05120
    • Ph. +52 (555) 081-1470
    • www.artha.com.mx
  8. ATISA Industrial
    • Boulevard Acapulco 14700
      Parque Industrial Pacífico
      C.P. 22643
    • Ph. +52 (800) 262-2278
    • www.atisa.com
  9. Atitalaquia Industrial Park
  10. BTS Development
    • Calle Moliere 13, Piso 1
      Colonia Polanco
      C.P. 11550
    • Ph. +52 (555) 280-5050
    • www.btsd.com.mx
  11. Cactus Valley Industrial Parks
  12. Calafia Industrial Park
  13. CIESA
    • Calzada del Valle 409 Oriente
      Piso 4
      Colonia Del Valle
      C.P. 66220
    • Ph. +52 (811) 929-5000
    • www.ciesa.com.mx
  14. Clarion Partners
  15. COFOIN, Gov´t State of Hidalgo
  16. Corporate Properties
    • Calzada del Valle 120 Oriente
      Piso 2
      Colonia Del Valle
      C.P. 66220
    • Ph. +52 (815) 000-5000
    • www.cpamericas.com
  17. Corporativo MS
  18. Cuadritos Industrial Park
  19. Davisa Development Corporation
    • Boulevard José Sarmiento 1384
      Colonia Rancho de Peña
      C.P. 25210
    • Ph. +52 (844) 134-2600
    • www.davisa.com
  20. Desarrollos Inmobiliarios Tepeji
    • Privada de Constituyentes 1056-B
      Colonia Lomas Altas
      C.P. 11950
    • Ph. +52 (778) 738-0288
  21. El Florido Industrial Park (La Encantada Section, Los Olivos Section)
    • Boulevard Insurgentes 25420
      Parque Industrial Florido
      C.P. 22244
    • Ph. +52 (664) 634-6040
    • www.florido.com
  22. El Río Industrial Park
  23. FIBRA Macquarie
  24. FIBRA UNO
    • Antonio Dovali Jaime 70
      Samara Torre B Piso 11
      Colonia Santa Fe
      C.P. 01210
    • Ph. +52 (554) 170-7070
    • www.funo.mx
  25. FIDECIX, Gov´t State of Tlaxcala
    • Boulevard Emilio Sánchez Piedras 213
      Ciudad Industrial Xicohtencatl
      C.P. 90434
    • Ph. +52 (241) 412-7047 ext. 102
    • www.fidecix.com
  26. FIDEPAR, Gov´t State of Mexico
  27. FINSA
    • Ricardo Margain 444
      Torre Sur, Piso 12
      Colonia Valle del Campestre
      C.P. 66265
    • Ph. +52 (818) 152-4200
    • www.finsa.net
  28. FOINFRA, Gov´t State of Sinaloa
    • Lázaro Cárdenas 750 Sur
      Plaza Palacio, Local A5
      Colonia Centro
      C.P. 80129
    • Ph. +52 (667) 712-6875 ext. 6929
    • www.sinaloaindustrial.com
  29. GP Desarrollos
  30. Grupo Ayusa
  31. Grupo IGS
    • Paseo de la Reforma 600 PB. 31-D
      Colonia Santa Fe
      C.P. 01210
    • Ph. +52 (553) 098-9000
    • www.igs.com.mx
  32. Grupo Nelson
    • Avenida Reforma 1699 Altos
      Esquina Calle I
      Colonia Nueva
      C.P. 21100
    • Ph. +52 (686) 553-4088
    • www.nelson.com.mx
  33. Hines
    • Torre del Ángel
      Reforma 350, Piso 14
      Colonia Juárez
      C.P. 06600
    • Ph. +52 (555) 511-9734
    • www.hines.com
  34. IAMSA Development Group
  35. Intermex Industrial Parks
    • Calle 2ª, 4
      Colonia Centro Histórico
      C.P. 31000
    • Ph. +52 (614) 439-4020 ext. 2017
    • www.intermex.com
  36. Interpuerto Monterrey
  37. Lintel
    • Avenida Ejército Nacional 9330
      Colonia Partido Senecu
      C.P. 32459
      Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua
      Central Mexico Office
      Av. Mineral de Valenciana 645 Santa Fe IV Puerto Interior, Silao, Gto.
    • Ph. +52 (472) 722-8800
    • www.lintel.com.mx
  38. Marabis Group
  39. Maran Industrial Park
    • Carretera Union 2701 - I
      Parque Industrial Maran
      C.P. 21385
    • Ph. +52 (686) 561-8888
    • www.maran.com.mx
  40. Millennium Industrial Park
  41. NICOYA
    • Carretera Mexicali-Aeropuerto Km. 17, Interior Andador Corintio Modulo 3 Local 2, Nicoya Desarrollo Industrial, C.P. 21607, Delegación González Ortega
    • Ph. +52 (686) 478-2901
    • www.nicoya.mx
  42. O'Donnell
    • Edificio Eurocenter
      Juan Salvador Agraz 40, piso 11
      Colonia Santa Fe
      C.P. 05348
    • Ph. +52 (555) 281-3600
    • www.odonnell.com.mx
  43. Opción Industrial Park
  44. Oradel
    • Boulevard World Trade Center 101 Poniente
      Parque Industrial Oradel
      C.P. 88285
    • Ph. +52 (867) 711-4555
    • www.oradel.com
  45. Parque Industrial Centenario
    • Calle Isauro Matinez 203
      Colonia Ampliación Los Ángeles
      C.P. 27140
    • Ph. +52 (871) 747-9727
  46. Parque Logístico San Julián
  47. PGIM Real Estate
  48. PIMSA Desarrolladores Industriales
    • Avenida Galaxia 18-B
      Parque Industrial Mexicali
      C.P. 21210
    • Ph. +52 (686) 566-5238
    • www.pimsa.com.mx
  49. Port of Altamira
  50. Prologis
    • Avenida Prolongación Paseo de la Reforma 1236, Piso 9
      Desarrollo Santa Fe
      C.P. 05348
    • Ph. +52 (551) 105-2900
    • www.prologis.com
  51. Puerta del Norte
  52. PyME Industrial Park
  53. Roca Desarrollos
    • Avenida Morones Prieto 914
      Plaza Matz local 213
      Colonia La Huerta
      C.P. 67140
    • Ph. +52 (811) 968-7746
    • www.rocadesarrollos.com
  54. San Jorge Industrial Park
  55. SECOTRADE, Gov´t State of Puebla
  56. SEZAC, Government State of Zacatecas
    • Circuito Cerrado del Gato S/N
      Edificio B, 1er. Piso
      Ciudad Administrativa
      C.P. 98160
    • Ph. +52 (492) 491-5000
    • www.zacatecas.gob.mx
  57. SKYPLUS
    • Infantería de Marina 14, Piso 1
      Colonia Lomas de Chamizal
      C.P. 05129
    • Ph. +52 (554) 170-7186
    • www.skyplus.mx
  58. Terrafina
    • Paseo de la Reforma 412, Piso 18
      Colonia Juárez
      C.P. 06600
    • Ph. +52 (555) 279-8106
    • www.terrafina.mx
  59. The Offshore Group
  60. VESTA
    • Paseo de los Tamarindos 90
      Torre II, Piso 28
      Colonia Bosques de las Lomas
      C.P. 05120
    • Ph. +52 (555) 950-0070
    • www.vesta.com.mx
  61. VYNMSA
    • Avenida San Jerónimo 310, Piso 12
      Colonia San Jerónimo
      C.P. 64640
    • Ph. +52 (818) 356-7978
    • www.vynmsa.com
  62. WTC Industrial
  63. Yucatan Industrial Parks

Alliances

AMPIP counts on strategic alliances with business organizations and government entities in Mexico and abroad, to join efforts towards the competitiveness of the industry and the country.

In Mexico

  • ProMéxico Investment Promotion Agency of the Mexican governmentFor the promotion of the advantages of industrial parks with potential foreign investors.
  • INDEX National Council for the Export Manufacturing and Maquiladora IndustryFor the defense and promotion of the temporary importation IMMEX Program advantages in Mexico, as an incentive for FDI.
  • PROFEPA Federal Attorney for Environmental ProtectionFor the promotion of the National Program of Environmental Audit, through the Certification of Environmental Quality and the Recognition of the Clean Industrial Park.

Abroad

  • NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development AssociationTo share contacts, information, training, experiences and best practices at the industrial real estate market in the United States.
  • GIZ Agency of the German government for international cooperationTo receive advice, information and training on issues related to sustainability in industrial areas.
  • AZFA Association of Free Trade Zones of the AmericasTo share contacts, information and knowledge on free zones in Latin America and Spain.
  • WFZO World Free Zones OrganizationTo share contacts and receive information and knowledge in the field of free zones at a global level.

AMPIP is a member of:

  • CONCAMIN Confederation of Industrial Chambers of the United Mexican StatesIs an umbrella organization representing the industry in Mexico, and serves as reference and collaboration to the government.
  • American Chamber MéxicoPromotes free trade and investment between companies in Mexico and the United States.
  • CAMEXA German-Mexican Chamber of Commerce and IndustryPromotes foreign trade investment between Germany and Mexico and represents German economic interests and German companies established in Mexico.

Background

The maquiladora industry was created in 1964 by the Mexican government, in response to the cancellation of the Bracero Program with the United States. During World War II, this program allowed Mexican citizens to work legally across the border to fulfill the lack of local workers, who were busy attending the war. However, at the end of the conflict, Mexican workers were replaced by US soldiers returning home.

As part of the National Frontier Program (PRONAF), the maquiladora industry was created to solve the unemployment problem that was generated in the northern border, due to the end of the Bracero Program. Domestic and foreign companies are called "maquiladoras" when they operate under a tax regime that allows the importation of inputs duty free for assembly, transportation or repair, for re-export.

Given the demand for infrastructure to facilitate the installation of maquiladoras, the PRONAF supported the development of the first industrial parks in the country, with resources from Mexican developing banks, such as NAFINSA. By then, the first industrial park in Mexico was born in Ciudad Juarez, under the leadership of Don Jaime Bermudez, founder partner of AMPIP.

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