Queretaro

1. Figures and Facts Queretaro

910 km / 11h

driving distance to the border of United States

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Dollars GDP per capita. It is the highest in Mexico per capita and ranks third in contribution to the national GDP

2 Million

people living in Queretaro.

$510

Dollars earn low skilled workforce in Monterrey

6

Universities has Monterrey. 5 of them have a global ranking among the top 200.

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Dollars is the average cost per m2 to buy a warehouse.

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Dollars is the average cost per m2 to rent a warehouse

Spezialized Industries in Queretaro

Brands in Queretaro

Aerospace

Packaging

Auto / Trucks OEM’s

Textile & Apparel

Design & Engineering

Medical Devices

2. Some of our available warehouses to rent in Monterrey​

Those are just a few examples of our various warehouses. In a virtual or personal meeting, we would give you more information about all our available warehouses in Mexico.

200m2 / 400m2 / 100

Cost

Size

3. Queretaro's Economy

Querétaro is the 3rd highest growing economy in Mexico and has an extraordinary mixture of traditions, culture, vitality and growth; allowing it to have an unparalleled quality of life.

Competitive Queretaro

The State has received various awards and recognitions of being the first state in Mexico to obtain an investment grade qualification. KPMG selected Querétaro as the first choice for companies to invest in the country. The Foreign Direct Magazine positioned Querétaro in 2nd place as “Overall Latin American City of the Future 2017”.  Competitiveness nationwide and 1st place in innovation in the country.

In the 5 years, the average growth of the GDP has been of 5.1%, well above the national average, which ranges around 2.35%.

Key Industrial Sectors

Querétaro has a strong presence of national and international companies, mainly in the Automotive, Aerospace, Information Technologies, and Biotechnology sectors. They have over 45 Industrial Parks located in the State contribute to build these industries.

The Automotive Sector represents 28.5% of Querétaro´s exportations and over 50,000 employees, this sector has a strong impact in Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers. Querétaro is a strategic logistics hub for the “Bajío” Region, near the OEM´s located in neighbor states.

Foreign Direct Investment

Many countries such as the United States, Germany, Canada, Spain, France, South Korea, Japan, the Netherlands, China, among others, have shown interest in investing in Querétaro. In 2017, a total of 57 investment projects were formalized, representing an investment that exceeds $774’437,054.86 USD, and creating 11,475 new jobs.

In 2017, businesses in Querétaro created 42,987 jobs, foreign companies creating 26% of these jobs.

 

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4. Queretaro's Peace Index

Safety is of the utmost importance, with 332 police officers per 100,000 inhabitants, a number higher than the UN recommendation of 300 officers. Endless recreational activities are available in the State, including 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 272 cultural venues, five Certified Magical Towns, 25 vineyards, several country clubs, polo clubs, golf courses, among other.

There are more than 1,500 national and foreign companies operating in a safe and reliable business environment in the beautiful State of Querétaro.

5. Queretaro - the city​

Monterrey is Mexico’s modern-day commercial and industrial powerhouse. Many of Mexico’s most important companies are headquartered there.

Querétaro, in full Santiago de Querétaro, city, capital of Querétaro estado (state), central Mexico. Situated on the Mexican Plateau at an elevation of about 6,100 feet (1,860 metres) above sea level, it is some 130 miles (210 km) northwest of Mexico City. Querétaro is considered an excellent example of a Spanish colonial city; its well-preserved historic centre was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1996.

Querétaro was founded by Otomí Indians and was incorporated into the Aztec empire in 1446. Until 1531, when it was brought under Spanish control, it served as an Otomí outpost against enemies to the north. It was noted for its multiethnic blend of Otomí, Tarascan, Chichimec, and Spanish residents throughout most of the colonial period. Querétaro, a major base for the Franciscans’ missionary work in North America, served as a way station and supply centre for the rich mining districts of Guanajuato and Zacatecas. In 1810 it was the scene of a plot against Spain that led to the uprising headed by Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla in September of that year. In 1848 the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, terminating the Mexican War, was signed there. The forces of Benito Juárez defeated those of the emperor Maximilian at Querétaro in 1867, and Maximilian and his generals were executed by firing squads on a nearby hill. The Mexican Constitution of 1917 was written in Querétaro, and the city was also the birthplace of Mexico’s Institutional Revolutionary Party in 1929.

Central Querétaro retains its narrow, twisting colonial-era alleys amid stone streets in a grid pattern. Among its historic structures are the cathedral (restored several times), the municipal palace, and the churches of Santa Rosa de Viterbo, Santa Clara, and San Agustín. A prominent feature is an aqueduct 5.5 miles (9 km) long—some 4,200 feet (1,280 metres) of it borne on 74 stone piers up to 75 feet (23 metres) high—built in the 1720s and ’30s to transport water to the city from nearby springs.