More than 140 industrial parks are part of Nuevo León's infrastructure. Some of the most important developers in the state are Stiva, Finsa, Hofusan, Advance, ROCA Desarrollos, GP Desarrollos, Vynmsa, Nexxus, among others.
More than 4,000 foreign companies are located in these parks, mostly in the automotive, appliance, food, and aerospace sectors. Some of these companies are KIA, Denso, Polaris, Panasonic, Magna, Daimler, Iberdrola, Honeywell, Whirlpool, LG, Nidec, Danfoss, Mars, Hershey's, Heineken, Lenovo, Softtek, Jabil, Kohler, Siemens, and Schneider Electric.
It is worth mentioning that Nuevo León has the Research and Technology Innovation Park (PIIT), which has an area of 110 hectares with world-class infrastructure. There are also services where institutions -both public and private- dedicated to R+D+I converge and where technology-based companies are developed.
The road infrastructure of Nuevo León is one of the most solid in the country. Its connectivity allows efficient access to the country's primary air and seaports and cities with a strong industrial and commercial focus in Mexico and the United States.
Interstate and international
Interstate: National Network Freeway, National Network Toll Road, National Network integrated by both freeway and toll road sections.
International: Mexico interstate I-40 and I-85 both connect to the U.S. border.
Main access to the city
General Mariano Escobedo International Airport
7,245.23 km (4501.98 mi)
378 923 km (235452 mi)
2973.8 km (1847.83 mi)