Torreon is the center of a logistical hub with access to the main borders of the US, maritime ports in the pacific coast and the Gulf of Mexico, as well as great access to the Mexican market.
Strategic location in the center of Northern Mexico.
1,126 KM (700 MI) from Torreon to Houston, TX and just 617 KM (383 MI) to the nearest border. Torreon offers access to Manzanillo and Lazaro Cardenas ports and to the Piedras Negras, Juarez, Laredo and Reynosa borders.
Northern Economic Corridor
The Northern Economic Corridor is composed of a network of 19 cities that exchange experiences, projects, and collaboration agreements. The most industralized cities are Monterrey, Chihuahua, Saltillo, and in the middle of them all, Torreon.
It connects the ports of Mazatlan in the Pacific Coast, with Matamoros in the Gulf of Mexico.
Access to the US and to the biggest Mexican markets
1,126 KM (700 MI) ) from Torreon to Houston, TX and just 617 KM (383 MI) to the nearest border in Laredo, TX.
Near major Mexican cities like Monterrey, Chihuahua and the port of Mazatlan.
Mobility in Torreon has been a key factor of development, with one of the best commuting times of the country, with over 80% of the people doing 30 min or less to arrive to school or their job.