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As the one of the leading New Mexico economic development organizations, the Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance (MVEDA) provides local businesses and those considering relocating and expanding in the New Mexico Borderplex area with the information, tools and resources they need to succeed. Our goal is to develop a vibrant local economy by attracting and expanding basic employers while elevating job quality and investment within the region. Read more…
How Can We Help You?
MVEDA is here to help you make the RIGHT move to the New Mexico Borderplex.
Whether you’re looking for a location for your commercial spaceflight business or want to locate next to Mexico’s burgeoning maquila industry, the New Mexico Borderplex has the Right Space for you. It offers a wide variety of spaces for all types of business expansions that are ideal for manufacturing & logistics, aerospace, renewable energy, technology, business & financial services, value-added agriculture, and digital media. read more…
Why the Borderplex
Due to its location, the Borderplex enjoys an unparalleled position that provides direct access to the North American market, one of the largest in the world. Its highway system provides direct access from Central America to Canada and both to US coasts. It offers superb rail connectivity to ports on the west coast and the Gulf of Mexico via the Union Pacific and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railways. Commercial air service is available via three … read more…
Borderplex Expansion Announcements
Governor Susana Martinez and other officials welcomed Turkish manufacturer CN Wire as the company announced their expansion in Santa Teresa, New Mexico. The operation will employ 300 and occupy 256,000 square feet of industrial space in the Verde Logistics Park....read more
On June 9, 2014, Governor Susana Martinez and City of Las Cruces elected officials helped MVEDA welcome California-based Franco Whole Foods to the New Mexico Borderplex. Franco Whole Foods chose the New Mexico Borderplex as an ideal location to help the company move...read more
On May 28, 2014, Union Pacific Chairman and CEO Jack Koraleski was joined by New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez, Senator Tom Udall, Congressman Steve Pearce, and numerous other local, state and federal officials to announce the grand opening of the Santa Teresa...read more
On May 17, 2014, German automotive supplier CertoPlast announces its first North American operation will be in Las Cruces, New Mexico. http://youtu.be/0Q5ZcLeUQEoread more
On March 6, 2014 Governor Susana Martinez announced five new companies relocating to the New Mexico Borderplex creating 150 new jobs. http://youtu.be/8DDXqwozoRwread more
For the third time in less than a year, Gov. Susana Martinez visited the southern part of Doña Ana County on July 22, 2013 to announce the location of two new companies in the Santa Teresa area. http://youtu.be/adATsGFKQLEread more