Ciudad Juarez is important to the world of electronics due to its manufacturing capacity and strategic location.
The relationship that Ciudad Juarez has with the world of electronics is such that 1 out of 4 people with a formal employment in the City, is focused on producing an electronic device that will be launched to the market, thanks to its manufacturing capacity and strategic location.
According to the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), Ciudad Juarez registered 408,607 formal workers in December 2015, of which 25% belonged to the electronics industry (101,827 employees).
Some of these firms and their production are: Tatung, with the newest TVs; Lexmark, printer cartridges; Cisco, satellite receivers; Electrolux, home appliances components; Honeywell, sophisticated systems to control devices, lights and home access remotely; Foxconn, electronic items such as the iPhone, iPad and other Apple products; as well as an endless range of components of final products such as switches, harnesses, capacitors, actuators and alarm sensors.
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