Challenges

Challenges for the sector

The industrial real estate sector is the most relevant and resilient given the exports-oriented economy of Mexico.

AMPIP's industrial parks are essential for the national economy, and part of the strategic infrastructure required by supply chains.

Developers are committed to invest in first-class infrastructure for industrial parks in Mexico.

AMPIP creates collaborative strategies for investment promotion and attraction to Mexico.

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Data

Industrial Real Estate Sector in Mexico

2019
(Antes de COVID)
2020
(Pandemia)
2021
(Pandemia)
2022
3Q
Absorption 2.0
mill.m2
2.1
mill.m2
3.5
mill.m2
3.0
mill.m2
(Millions of occupied m2 minus millions of unoccupied m2 in the same period)
Availability 5.5 % 6.3 % 3.8 % 2.5 %
(m2 ready for a company to settle)

Inventory growth
27% compared to 3Q 2021.

Occupancy greater than 97.5%.

Most dynamic markets
Bajio 22.9%,
Monterrey 21.2%,
Mexico City 17.2%,
Juarez 7.1%,
Guadalajara 7.1%,
Saltillo 6.7%,
Tijuana 6.2%.

Tenants

Sectors
Manufacturing 53%, Logistics 19%,
Automotive 17%, High-Tech 3%.

Country of origin
Mexico 36%, United States 33%,
Europe 20%, Canada 2%,
Chinese 2%.

Source: AMPIP with CBRE data.

National Census

AMPIP has a National Census of Industrial Parks describing the distribution and concentration of the industrial real estate sector in the country. Likewise, the different types of developments have been identified and classified based on their infrastructure.

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