CHOOSING ENSENADA

A STRATEGIC INVESTMENT DESTINATION


Ensenada is Baja California’s cargo & cruise port city, located just 60 miles south of the California border. It's also home to some of the most important research centers in the northern part of Mexico and home to industry-leading companies such as Fender, ICU Medical, NAVICO, O'Neil, Sempra, Hutchinson, and many more.

This city is also known for its diverse economy, not just a port city or an industrial center, as it’s also a very important agricultural area, it's Mexico's wine capital, an important tourism destination, a UNESCO Creative City, a global fishing and mariculture epicenter, a developing mining territory, a burgeoning IT development hub and a logistical paradise for the American and Asian markets.

Ensenada is filled with opportunity, having a little under 13 million acres of land as diverse as its economic possibilities, great weather and a young and talented population of over 550,000 people. Priding itself from having the highest quality of life and safest environments in the region, Ensenada is the ideal investment destination.



MAIN

INDUSTRIES

Fishing and aquaculture

Aerospace

Metal-mechanic

Textile

Electronics

Automotive

Logistics

Medical

IT / Software


STATE & LOCAL GOVERNMENT

INCENTIVES

ENSENADA

INCENTIVES


TAX AND PERMITS:

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Up to 80% of savings on Property Tax.


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Up to 50% of savings on Property Acquisition Tax.


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Up to 80% of savings in permits costs.



All of the above are subject to complying with certain conditions, such as, investment amount, job creation, environmental and water re-usage programs, R&D investment and educational partnering programs.

NON MONETARY:

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Land acquisition advisory.


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Fast-track programs.


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Market accessibility support.



WATER CONSUMPTION RATES FOR INDUSTRIAL AND OTHER NON-RESIDENTIAL USE

ELECTRIC ENERGY BI-MONTHLY RATES

STATE
GOVERNMENT

INCENTIVES

The state of Baja California offers a portfolio of incentives to foster new companies and boost the competitiveness of established industry. Companies may submit a project to the Secretariat of Economic Development, either directly or through legal representatives in the case of companies operating under shelter programs.

The Baja Care program was initiated in 2009 with the following objectives:

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To foster FDI


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To facilitate expansion projects


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To support the long-term viability of investment projects


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To boost research and innovation in the State through funds for new technology and software development


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To strengthen the local supply chain


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