Texas-Mexico Automotive Update

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An update on the Texas-Mexico Automotive SuperCluster (TMASC), created by the Strategic Initiatives Division of Bexar County Economic Development

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  • Strategic Regional Economic Development The Texas-Mexico Automotive SuperCluster (TMASC) Update David Marquez, Executive Director Bexar County Economic Development November 13, 2009 The Mexico Group Developed by Bexar County in Collaboration with TMASC Strategic Partners
  • Strategic Regional Economic Development TMASC Update Section I: Recognizing Opportunity Section II: Building Upon Regional Assets and Resilience BEXAR COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, STRATEGIC INITIATIVES Section III: Attracting New Investment and Growth Section IV: Positioning the Region for Future Trends Section V: TMASC efforts & next steps
  • A Courtship of Over Two Decades... Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas (TMMTX) BEXAR COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, STRATEGIC INITIATIVES If we could attract the crown jewel of manufacturing, an automobile manufacturing plant, we would dramatically change our local economy. Judge Nelson W. Wolff
  • Suppliers to the 2007 Toyota Tundra Source: Automotive News, July 23, 2007
  • Changing Geography of Assembly * Radius centered on 430 mile main transportation corridor from Laredo to A SOURCE: ELM Guide, TIP Strategies, Inc., research
  • Global Manufacturers BEXAR COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, STRATEGIC INITIATIVES NOTE: Shaded region represents the NAFTA Highway. SOURCE: ELM Guide, TIP Strategies, Inc. research
  • Global Vehicle Assembly Plants 9 Global Vehicle Manufacturers Almost 900,000 Units Annually BEXAR COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, STRATEGIC INITIATIVES 18,000 OEM Workers Marcopolo General Motors Chrysler Daimler - Freightliner Navistar - International BAE Systems PACCAR - Peterbilt Toyota Caterpillar
  • Tier 1 Automotive Suppliers Over 200 Tier 1 supplier plants Over 133,000 workers Approx. 37 million square feet of facilities BEXAR COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, STRATEGIC INITIATIVES 74 Tier 1 suppliers (37%) employ 500 or more workers
  • BEXAR COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, STRATEGIC INITIATIVES Global Suppliers in the Region
  • Sourcing by Geography Predominantly Texas Predominantly Predominantly Texas & Northeastern Mexico Northeastern Mexico SOURCE: ELM Guide, TIP Strategies, Inc., research
  • Regional Employment Assembly Plants and Suppliers Approximately 151,000 employees BEXAR COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, STRATEGIC INITIATIVES Legend Number of Employees Suppliers Assembly Plants * Radius centered on 430 mile main transportation corridor from Laredo to Arlington. SOURCE: ELM Guide, TIP Strategies, Inc., research
  • Strategic Regional Economic Development TMASC Update Section I: Recognizing Opportunity BEXAR COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, STRATEGIC INITIATIVES Section II: Building Upon Regional Assets and Resilience Section III: Attracting New Investment and Growth Section IV: Positioning the Region for Future Trends Section V: TMASC efforts & next steps
  • The NAFTA Economy Volume of Trucks per Day To/From Mexico BEXAR COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, STRATEGIC INITIATIVES Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, 1998
  • The NAFTA Economy Daily Truck Crossings, Laredo 1995-2009 Trucks per Day 5000 4,073 4,102 4,162 4,284 4,273 3,988 3,846 3,950 3750 3,705 3,710 3,824 3,637 BEXAR COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, STRATEGIC INITIATIVES 3,428 2,791 2500 2,047 1250 0 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 (July) Truck crossings in Laredo = 48% of TX Total Source: U.S. Customs and Border Protection, 2009
  • Infrastructure Seaports Manzanillo: 1/3 of Mexico Container Trafc BEXAR COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, STRATEGIC INITIATIVES Lzaro Crdenas: Alternative to CA for Pacic Freight Port of Manzanillo Port of Lzaro Crdenas
  • Infrastructure Railroad