On the Border by the Sea, situated where the Rio Grande River and the Gulf of Mexico meet, a strategic location and status as the only Texas border city with a deepwater port, Brownsville, Texas has a competitive edge, especially in the logistics and transportation cluster. The largest City in the Rio Grande Valley, our area stands out for its import-export operations; Brownsville’s largest trading partners being the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe.

The city is also known for being a fast-growing manufacturing hub with solid infrastructure and logistics, valuable resources, a young and skilled workforce on both sides of the border, and low labor costs. Brownsville and its sister city just across the border, Matamoros, Tamaulipas, comprise one of the most dynamic regions in North America: a region uniquely positioned as a hub for international trade that hosts transportation by air, sea, road, rail and space. 

Aeroespacial

La Puerta al Futuro

Production

Manufacturing & Assembly

Servicio de Soporte de Empresas

Develop Intelligent Workflows

StartUps

Entrepreneurial Resources

Health & Life

Medicine & Life Sciences Sector

Inversión Extranjera Directa

Foreign Direct Investment

Logistics

Supply Chain & Distribution