Locations


Guadalajara, Mexico

Address

Valdepeñas 1993
Lomas de Zapopan
Zapopan Jalisco
Mexico

Jabil first broke ground in Mexico in 1997 in the country’s second largest city, Guadalajara, also known as the Mexican Silicon Valley. Today, the Guadalajara site supports Jabil’s Industrial & Energy business, manufacturing products such as Metering and Power Management devices.

Technologies

Jabil Guadalajara's diverse suite of technological offerings help our customers innovate and bring products to market quickly and reliably.

Operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week, Jabil’s site in Guadalajara boasts approximately 363,000 square feet of manufacturing space and offers delivery solutions to the United States, Europe and China within five days via corporate air freight rates.

Jabil Guadalajara has a strong rapport with local government bodies and customs. These relationships have enabled the Guadalajara team to increase their knowledge and expertise, resulting in streamlined logistics.

As with all Jabil locations, the Guadalajara site has implemented Lean manufacturing principles and Six Sigma methodologies, decreasing waste and defects while optimizing total landed cost.

Guadalajara Recognizes Employees' Children's Academic Achievement

Every year, the Guadalajara site participates in an event to recognize their employees’ children academic efforts during last scholar year. The site invites over 550 children whom get a grade of 9 and above to a special event where Jabil’s Guadalajara team gives them school supplies and Jabil souvenirs. The participants also have the chance to participate in a raffle to win laptops, tablets, mobile phones, soccer balls and toys, among other items. 

From Jabil’s Blog

Deliver Best Practices: Winners Embody Global Continuous Improvement

This year’s Deliver Best Practices winners: Elaine Zhou (Shanghai, China), Eréndira Landeros (Guadalajara, Mexico), Amy Shen (Taichung Design, China) and Ami Warren (Tiszaujvaros, Hungary), with Jabil executive judges ... Read More

Uncovering the World’s Hidden Talent

According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 15 percent of the world’s population is disabled. This equates to nearly 1.1 billion people globally–a population the size of China’s. The International La ... Read More