AMPIPAsociación Méxicana de Parques Industriales (Mexican Association of Industrial Parks)
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Los inversionistas financieros transnacionales promueven la idea de que es necesario que los desarrolladores se transformen, y lo formulan en terminos de "cambio de mentalidad" (ULI y AMPIP, 2006).
ULI y AMPIP (2006), "Acta del Panel sobre Tendencias del Mercado Inmobiliario Industrial en Mexico", Urban Land Institute / Asociacion Mexicana de Parques Industriales, Ciudad de Mexico, 13 de septiembre.
It gets better: AMPIP does not charge for its services.
There's another advantage working through AMPIP. With 155 member parks spread throughout the nation, AMPIP is free from the constraints of state industrial development officers, who are confined to one state.
Access to Information Technology is a growing priority for industrial park tenants, especially in the age of just-in-time delivery, and AMPIP members take it seriously.
For companies that want to harness AMPIP's resources to locate a plant site, AMPIP will first give the company a questionnaire enabling its officers to match needs with site availability, and to prepare a short list of prospects.
AMPIP members have an ISO-9000 regulation that specifies the standards of infrastructure that an industrial park should provide, so you will find most of the services you need are already in place, other than any unusual requirements your processes may require.