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AMPIP Wants to Represent All Major Mexican Real Estate Works

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Antonio Gozain By Antonio Gozain | Senior Journalist and Industry Analyst - Tue, 01/24/2023 - 13:31

The Mexican Association of Industrial Parks (AMPIP), which currently represents 430 industrial parks in the country, aims to have all major developments under its umbrella, amid Mexico’s nearshoring boom.

“Today, we represent 90% of the real estate developers in the country and we want to represent 100% of them, so we are just a step away from having all actors involved with our association,” said Claudia Esteves, Executive Director, AMPIP.

The industrial park sector is one of the main beneficiaries from the high demand for real estate spaces generated by the relocation of supply chains worldwide, which has created major opportunities and challenges for Mexican infrastructure.

The nearshoring boom keeps AMPIP busy, working on projects to attract the attention of investors to Mexico. “International promotion through alliances with the Mexican Foreign Service and promotion agencies has been fundamental for our growth. One of our focal points is the energy sector, which is essential for parks to operate. Our goal is to provide safe industrial parks by aligning with strict infrastructure regulations,” Esteves tells MBN.

AMPIP is launching the new Safe Industrial Park badge, which will allow it to point out those parks in Mexico that have security protocols as a relevant priority, Esteves tells T21. In addition, the association is focused on Economic, Social and Governance (ESG) goals in its commitment to provide sustainable operations and due to the importance of international certifications, she adds.

Currently, there are 47 new industrial parks under construction in new municipalities. This development speaks of geographic diversification, says Esteves. AMPIP represents over 430 industrial parks, which are home to more than 3,700 companies. 

Founded in 1986, AMPIP is a non-profit civil association made up of private real estate developers, investment funds, real estate investment trusts and trusts administered by state governments. “We have over 36 years of experience and all of Mexico’s major real estate developers are members of the association, some of them having been members since AMPIP started. Those who are not part of AMPIP are losing networking opportunities and the chance to attract world-class tenants. We also function as facilitators for our members, lobbying on their behalf in regard to administrative processes,” Esteves tells MBN.

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