Mexico City, Mexico, June 18, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Industrial Leaders, the B2B trade portal connecting industrial suppliers and buyers announced today the launch of a special report designed to promote U.S. industrial goods in Mexico. According to Maria Santos, spokeswoman for the company, the report is designed for manufacturers utilizing the Industrial Classifieds Marketplace at http://www.industrialsaver.com/classifieds which enables users to post and explore free ads to buy or sell a variety of industrial supplies, equipment and machinery.
Santos said U.S. manufacturers and exporters of industrial and construction products use the report to locate trade leads, trading partners and business opportunities in Mexico. "Companies serious about entering or expanding into Mexico are often surprised to learn the country offers numerous business opportunities," said Santos. She added, "The Mexican and U.S. Industrial Trade Report was published to encourage trade in effort to support industrial workers in both countries in a increasingly competitive global marketplace." The report is free to access at http://www.foreigntradeexchange.com/countries/mexico.html
Industrial Leaders plans to launch a number of Web sites designed to connect U.S. manufacturers in different States with Mexican companies, primarily engineers and other industrial buyers in Mexico. The company said border States such as Texas, Arizona and California will be the first to have their Web site and product line promoted on the Industrial Leaders Group 'Buy American' network at http://www.IndustrialLeaders.com/reviews in effort to encourage trade in the region.
Conrad Bailey, Business Director of Industrial Leaders believes increasing trade between manufacturers in Mexico and the United States will help solve a lot of immigrant problems by creating quality jobs in both countries. "The majority of Mexicans are proud, hard working people and the country itself has a lot of potential to become a more interactive marketplace for U.S. importers and exporters of industrial goods, said Bailey. He explained, "U.S. political leaders need to work more closely with Mexican officials to encourage trade between the two countries in support of both economies."
About Industrial Leaders
IndustrialLeaders.com, the 'American Industrial Marketplace' connects buyers and suppliers of industrial supplies, equipment and machinery throughout North and South America with emphasis on Canada and the United States. The primary focus of Industrial Leaders is to promote American manufacturers overseas at http://www.IndustrialLeaders.com