About a dozen Utah companies jump aboard state’s trade mission to Mexico in April

Every year, Utah businesses export more than $100 million worth of merchandise to Mexico – everything from rubber gaskets for automobile engines to computer software.

Now, another dozen Utah companies whose products range from specialty watch bands to management consulting services hope to capture their share of the bounty south of the border. So they have signed with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development to send representatives on the state’s next trade mission to Mexico in early April.

"This will be a short trip – only three days – so we’ve purposely limited the number of companies that will be going," said Miguel Rovira, regional director for Latin America and Canada at the Governor’s Office of Economic Development. "We want to make sure each one gets the individual attention necessary for this to be a success."

By Steven Oberbeck
The Salt Lake Tribune

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