NAME

AIRLINE INFORMATION

HERMOSILLO AIRPORT
TOTAL OPERATING AIRLINE
AIRLINE NAME CLASSIFICATION
AEROMÉXICO Traditional Airlines
AEROMÉXICO CONNECT Traditional Airlines
AMERICAN AIRLINES Traditional Airlines
TAR AEROLINEAS Budget airlines
TRANSPORTES AEROMAR Executive line
INTERJET Budget airlines
VOLARIS Budget airlines
VIVA AEROBÚS Budget airlines
AEROCALAFIA Flights Charters and Taxis Aereos

INFORMATION

Hermosillo Airport, S.A. de C.V
*GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS*
IATA CODE HMO
HOURS OF OPERATION 06:00 A 20:00 Hrs.
REAL TIME OPERATING FLIGHTS FOR COMMERCIAL 05:00 A 23:00 Hrs.
TYPE OF OPERATIONS Commercial aviation, general (domestic and foreign) Air Taxis, Load up, (official and private)
DISTANCE FROM THE CITY 9.5 Km. to the center of the city
85% PASSENGER PROFILE Business and tourism
15% Migrante
IMPORTANT Hermosillo International Airport is regarded as a central axis, derived from its geographical location and the services it provides. The passenger profile is mainly Business, with a turning point to other cities both the state and adjacent to this.

AIRLINE INFORMATION

ROUTES AND FOREIGN NATIONALS
HOMETOWN NATIONAL INTERNATIONAL
Hermosillo Chihuahua
Cd. Juárez
Culiacán
Guadalajara
Guaymas
Guerrero Negro
La Paz
Los Mochis
Mexicali
México
Monterrey
Tijuana
Puerto Peñasco
Los Ángeles
Phoenix
CLOSURE OF FISH PRODUCTION IN THE OFFICE OF FISHING BAHIA KINO
2015 (PRELIMINARY)
Species Value (Thousands of pesos) Live weights (TON.)
Shrimp 665,778.3 22,168.3
Sierra 4,446.2 433.4
Others 6,615.8 417.6
Jaiba 7,164.4 356.9
Dogfish 861.4 62.7
Corvina 659.9 62.4
Octopus 2,619.4 56.0
Lenguado 933.7 54.2
Comber 888.1 46.7
Snail 192.2 33.6
SUBTOTAL 690,159.3 23,691.7
TOTAL CATCH ALL SPECIES 692,037.0 23,790.3
LIVESTOCK CLOSURE OF PRELIMINARY DDR 144 HERMOSILLO
NUMBER OF HEADS OF PRODUCTION VOLUME OF PRODUCTION (TONS) VALUE OF PRODUCTION (THOUSANDS OF PESOS)
Specie Specie IN DDR 144 HERMOSILLO | DDR PARTICIPATION IN THE STATE IN DDR 144 HERMOSILLO | DDR PARTICIPATION IN THE STATE IN DDR 144 HERMOSILLO | DDR PARTICIPATION IN THE STATE
Bovine Meat 55,049 | 13% 12,809 | 20% 900,287 | 15%
Bovine Milk 18,062 | 16% 112,688 | 16%
Porcine Meat 782,419 | 31% 70,125 | 31% 2,588,572 | 33%
Caprino Carne 173 | 1% 3 | 1% 156 | 1%
Caprino Milk
Ovine Meat 1,902 | 8% 35 | 7% 1,747 | 6%
Poultry Egg 25,589 | 20% 480,594 | 19%
Poultry Meat 19,614,075 | 93% 27,488 | 93% 677,757 | 97%
Apiarian Honey 19,614,075 | 93% 27,488 | 93% 677,757 | 97%
Total 20,453,618 | 85% 154,207 | 27% 4,766,050 | 26%

Advance livestock production of DDR 144 - Hermosillo.
SPECIE PRODUCT MEASURE PROGRAMMED PRODUCTION THOUSANDS OF PESOS
Bovine Meat Tons 15,659 1,180 80,152
Bovine Milk Thousands of liters 15,565 1,860 12,435
Porcine Meat Tons 71,339 5,855 225,426
Caprino Meat Tons 9 1 85
Caprino Milk Thousands of liters 0 0 0
Ovine Meat Tons 39 1 102
Bird Egg Tons 26,674 1,925 33,677
Bird Meat Tons 27,124 2,448 69,768
Bee Honey Tons 70 8 520
TOTAL 422,165
CLOSURE OF AGRICULTURAL DDR NO. 144 - HERMOSILLO
(2014-2015)
SURFACE (HECTARES)
Crops Programmed Sown Harvesting Production Obtained Production value Generated wages
Wheat / Grain
Safflower
Chickpea
Fodder
Vegetables
8,252.0
3,411.0
13,500.0
4,400.0
1,614.0
8,223.0
3,262.0
8,975.0
4,457.0
4,487.0
8,223.0
3,262.0
8,975.0
4,457.0
4,487.0
47,447.2
7,828.8
26,027.5
169,631.6
146,005.4
203,342.6
53,708.9
335,819.8
149,252.8
545,774.9
57.6
21.2
116.7
26.7
494.1
SUBTOTAL 31,177.0 29,409.0 29,404.0 396,940.5 1,287,899.0 716.3
SPRING SUMMER
Bean
Vegetables
Fodder
Various
1,480.0
10,445.0
2,383.0
47.0
1,085.0
6,356.0
2,408.0
452.0
1,085.0
6,336.0
2,408.0
452.0
2,387.0
213,108.9
98,883.5
1,596.0
22,557.2
808,994.2
83,385.5
6,408.0
11.4
699.2
14.4
3.1
SUBTOTAL 14,355.0 10,301.0 10,281.0 315,975.4 921,344.9 728.1
PRERENNES
ALFALFA
VID MESA
VID INDUSTRIAL
WALNUT
ASPARAGUS
CITRUS
FRUTALES
FODDER
VARIOUS
4,050.0
11,807.0
424.0
8,209.0
391.0
3,488.0
220.0
2,575.0
692.0
4,050.0
11,031.0
424.0
6,209.0
391.0
3,488.0
220.0
2,575.0
692.0
4,050.0
11,031.0
424.0
6,209.0
391.0
3,488.0
174.0
2,575.0
692.0
64,677.5
176,064.9
9,752.0
12,418.0
3,010.7
105,675.5
2,624.4
33,067.5
1,900.9
122,369.8
4,988,622.9
21,942.0
935,800.1
116,125.0
278,994.6
56,176.4
33,493.0
11,689.8
60.8
1,930.4
46.6
217.3
58.7
174.4
14.3
15.5
31.1
SUBTOTAL 31,856.0 29,080.0 29,034.0 409,191.4 6,565,213.6 2,549.1
TOTAL 77,388.0 68,790.0 68,719.0 1,122,107.2 8,774,457.4 3,993.5

Advancing agricultural production for the month of June 2016-DDR-144 Hermosillo.
CROPS PROGRAMMED PLANTED % HARVESTED PER TON BY HECTARE THOUSANDS OF PESOS

Autumn-Winter
SUBTOTAL 32,025.0 32,813.0 102.5 30,815.0 417,682.0 12.7 1,552,046.2

Spring-Summer
SUBTOTAL 12,400.0 2,625.5 0.0 1,768.0 30,677.0 11.7 148,810.3

Perennes
SUBTOTAL 32,109.0 32,109.0 100.0 15,140.0 301,499.6 9.4 4,165,440.1
TOTAL 76,534.0 67,547.0 47,723.0 749,858.6 5,866,296.6

Advancing agricultural production for the month of June 2016-DDR-144 Hermosillo.
CROPS PROGRAMMED PLANTED % HARVESTED PER TON BY HECTARE THOUSANDS OF PESOS

Autumn-Winter
Wheat 8.020.0 7,409.0 92.4 7,409.0 53,450.0 7.2 198,249.3
Safflower 3,400.0 3,178.0 93.5 2,580.0 6,708.8 2.6 467,459.0
Chickpea 13,000.0 12,560.0 96.6 11,280.0 24,816.0 2.2 467,459.0
Corn 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Bean 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Sorghum G. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Fodder 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Vegetables 4,357.0 5,120.0 117.5 5,000.0 148,602.5 29,7 685,464.0
Various 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
SUBTOTAL 32,025.0 32,813.0 30,815.0 417,682.0 1,552,046.2

Spring-Summer
Cotton 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Sorghum G. 400.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Sesame 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Soy 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Corn 30.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Bean 1,108.0 950.0 85.7 950.0 2,166.0 .3 30,324.0
Vegetables 7,512.0 918.0 12.2 818.0 28,511.0 34.9 118,486.3
Fodder 3,350.0 757.0 22.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Various 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
SUBTOTAL 12,400.0 2,625.0 1,768 30,677.0 148,810.3

Perennes
Alfalfa 3,050.0 3,050.0 100.0 3,050.0 38,060.0 12.5 82,323.8
Vid Mesa 12,231.0 12,231.0 100.0 8,591.0 158,503.0 18.4 3,645,569.0
Vid Pasa 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Vid Industrial 424.0 424.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Walnut 7,797.0 7,797.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Asparagus 391.0 391.0 85.7 100.0 245.0 1,234.6 56,559.7
Olive 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Citrus 3,698.0 3,698.0 100.0 3,216.0 103,328.0 32.1 379,112.0
O. Fruit trees 259.0 259.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Fodder 2,775.0 2,775.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Various 1,484.0 1,484.0 100.0 38.0 374.0 9.8 1,875
SUBTOTAL 32,109.0 32,109.0 15,140.0 301,499.6 4,165,440.1

Information Industrial Parks in Hermosillo

Industrial park Type of Company Surface (m2) M2 Available Company Employees
Palo Verde Metalworking and Electronics 18,000 0 1 501
Ocotillo Manufacture of electronic components 21,000 4,130.00 3 728
Sahuaro Manufacturing Center Metalworking and electronics 22,000 9,688.00 6 45
Labor Electronics, Textile, Plastic, Data Capture 55,877 - 8 1577
Latitud 23.3 Hectáreas 151,334.46 0 0
Progreso Automotive 109,209.07 70,122.23 1 1300
Dynatech Electronics, Textile, Plastic, electric 73,000 No data 7 4567
Lanix Industrial Park Computer assembly 1,286,000.00 45,216.00 3 220
Parque Industrial del Norte Design and manufacture of electronic products 15 Has 294,083.23 1 350
Damosa Aerospace 146,387.606 131,587.606 1 400
Parque Industrial "Parque Industrial Sonora I" Medium and light industry. 32.2 Has 32.2 Has 0 0
Parque Industrial "Parque Industrial Sonora II" Medium and light industry. 18.82 Has 18.82 Has 0 0
Parque Industrial "Parque Industrial Sonora III" Medium and light industry. 107.44 Has 107.44 Has 0 0
Dynatech Sur Automotive 1,202,700 816,985.00 18 4012
Hermosillo Automotive, Metal, Electronics, Food and other 4,420,000 No data 105 10241
Vie Verte Audio and Video 10 Has 68,504.11 1 120
Parque Industrial Hermosillo Norte Cables and components for the aerospace industry 634,690 294,083 1 1,100
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WATER HERMOSILLO
(2015-2016)
CONCEPT 2015 2016
January February March
Volume produced water (MM3) 104.428035 8.90052 8.5878 9.35349
Urban 98.590964 8.460041 8.186 8.892
Rural 5.837071 0.440479 0.4018 0-46149
Capacity (l.p.s) water treatment 178 178 178 178
Total consumption of drinking water (MM3) 61.40721 5.092072 4.975447 4.941112
Urban 58.232764 4.843067 4.729378 4.66121
Domestic Rate 45.593354 3.782788 3.677384 3.690875
Social Rate 3.283161 0.283555 0.273962 0.278582
Commercial rate, Industry and Services 8.539384 0.715364 0.721506 0.635695
Special Rate (industrial and productive) 0.816865 0.06136 0.056526 0.056058
Rural 3.174446 0.249005 0.246069 0.279902
Domestic Rate 2.674011 0.211468 0.20751 0.236871
Social Rate 0.207609 0.01606 0.016001 0.01729
Commercial rate, Industry and Services 0.283303 0.021278 0.021832 0.023571
Special Rate (industrial and productive) 0.009523 0.000199 0.000726 0.00217
Billing $255,773,349 $100,016,885 $104,709,402 $103,160,190
Urban $218,484,947 $97,156,241 $101,787,260 $98,921,346
Domestic Rate $129,201,026 $58,209,666 $61,224,272 $61,182,199
Social Rate $4,677,853 $1,927,999 $1,984,211 $1,969,185
Commercial rate, Industry and Services $69,701,610 $31,524,825 $35,518,604 $33,167,823
Special Rate (industrial and productive) $14,904,458 $5,493,751 $3,060,173 $2,602,139
Rural $37,288,402 $2,860,644 $2,922,142 $4,238,844
Domestic Rate $24,962,097 $1,850,519 $1,847,289 $2,921,286
Social Rate $1,229,662 $108,144 $115,533 $124,616
Commercial rate, Industry and Services $10,311,141 $891,052 $948,569 $1,024,652
Special Rate (industrial and productive) $785,502 $10,929 $10,751 $168,290

Federal Electricity Commission
(Comisión Federal de Electricidad – CFE)

1) Infraestrucre
*Total of Stations and Substations
Hermosillo has 47 electrical substations and 6 of Transmission (230 – 34.4 – 13,8 kV)


*Kilometers of sub-transmission lines
There are 64 sub-transmission lines (115 kV) with a legth of 1,798 km.


*Kilometers of Transmission
Length of Transmission lines (239 kV) is 1,861 km


*Transformer capability (kVA)
For 6 Transmission substations there is a installed capability of 1’619,910 kVA, while in other 41 Distribution substations have 1’319, 000 kVA of installed capability.


2) Costs for business
Commercial electricity use cost (kWH)

Fee for energy ($/kWh)

Rank Dec/2015 January February March April May
01 - 50 1.953 1.981 2.051 2.021 2.111 2.004
51 - 100 2.357 2.39 2.474 2.437 2.546 2.417
Added 2.597 2.634 2.727 2.687 2.807 2.664
FIXED CHARGE
Monthly 56.96 56.91 57.21 58.12 58.94 58.62
Electricity tariff 3 General Service for less than 25 kW of demand
Demand charge ($/kW) 258.66 258.45 264.08 267.67 267.67 266.22
Energy Charge ($/kW) 1.242 1.275 1.351 1.296 1.387 1.264
Rate 7 Temporary Service
Demand charge($/kW) 162.42 162.29 163.15 165.83 168.09 167.18
Energy Charge ($/kW) 3.864 3.919 4.057 3.997 4.175 3.963

Electricity Tariff HM Hourly rate for general service in medium power with demand of 100 kW or more

Noroeste

Charges Dec./15 January February March April May
Demand ($/kW) 167.44 167.31 168.2 170.96 173.29 172.35
Energy ($/kW) 0.903 0.93 0.992 0.945 1.018 0.917


Energy costs for industrial use

Electricity tariff O-M Ordinary for general service in medium power with demand less than 100kW

Northwest

Charges Dec./15 January February March April May
Billable demand($/kW) 182.62 182.47 183.44 186.45 188.99 187.97
Punta energy($/kW) 1.5982 1.6284 1.701 1.6592 1.7493 1.6356
Intermediate energy ($/kW) 0.6692 0.6974 0.7606 0.7054 0.774 0.6724
Energy Base ($/kW) 0.5606 0.5842 0.6371 0.5908 0.6511 0.56

Electricity tariff HMC Hourly rate for general service in medium power with demand of 100 kW or more for short use.

Northwest

Charges Dec./15 January February March April May
Billable demand($/kW) 109.65 109.56 110.14 111.95 113.47 112.86
Punta energy ($/kW) 1.3472 1.3727 1.4339 1.3986 1.4745 1.3787
Intermediate energy ($/kW) 0.94 0.9796 1.0684 0.9908 1.0919 0.9444
Energy Base ($/kW) 0.7186 0.7489 0.8168 0.7575 0.8348 0.722

Tariff HS Hourly rate for general service in High Power, level sub-transmission

Northwest

Charges Dec./15 January February March April May
Billable demand($/kW) 129.23 129.13 129.81 131.94 133.73 133.01
Punta Energy ($/kW) 2.016 2.0481 2.1272 2.0883 2.1887 2.0661
Intermediate Energy ($/kW) 0.6778 0.7063 0.7703 0.7144 0.7873 0.6809
Energy Base ($/kW) 0.5764 0.6007 0.6551 0.6075 0.6695 0.5791

Tariff H-SL Hourly rate for general service in High Power, level Sub-transmission for long use.

Northwest

Charges Dec./15 January February March April May
Billable demand($/kW) 193.76 193.6 194.63 197.82 200.51 199.43
Punta Energy ($/kW) 1.3229 1.3531 1.4237 1.3773 1.463 1.3508
Intermedite Energy ($/kW) 0.6484 0.6757 0.7369 0.6834 0.7531 0.6514
Energy Base ($/kW) 0.5764 0.6007 0.6551 0.6075 0.6695 0.5791

Tariff HT Hourly rate for general service in High Power, level Transmission

Northwest

Charges Dec./15 January February March April May
Billable demand($/kW) 114.55 114.46 115.07 116.96 118.55 117.91
Punta Energy ($/kW) 1.9867 2.0183 2.0962 2.0578 2.1568 2.036
Intermediate Energy ($/kW) 0.61 0.6357 0.6933 0.643 0.7086 0.6129
Energy Base ($/kW) 0.5492 0.5723 0.6242 0.5789 0.6379 0.5517
Tour Guides certified level
SECTUR
Name CREDENTIAL COMPANY/ORG POPULATION CELL PHONE MAIL
Adriana Ireri Quijada Contreras L001524 Independent guide Hmo 662-1143922 adrianai.quijadac@gmail.com
Alba Isabel Tapia Peña L001527 Municipal Tourism Commission Hmo 662-1150825 albatapia@hotmail.com
Benjamín Emmanuel Moreno Noriega L001521 Independent guide Nogales 662-2879335 bemn.t@hotmail.com
Blanca Irene Pico Parra L001522 Punta del Sol Travel Nogales 662-2769859 Puntadelsoltravel@gmail.com
César Alejandro Quijada Contreras L001525 Trolleybus Hmo Hmo 662-1396757 ca_quijada@hotmail.com
Delia M. Apodaca Gándara L001518 Independent guide Hmo 662-1121982 deliapogan@hotmail.com
Edna Lucía Quihui Barrios L001523 Independent guide Hmo 662-1890501 equihuib@hotmail.com
Gabriela González Barragán L001519 Independent guide Hmo 662-1508114 boyzo9@yahoo.com.mx
Ivonne Elena Quintero Molina L001526 Municipal Tourism Commission Hmo 6621-040376 ivonneimcatur@hotmail.com
Jorge Iván León Solorzano L001520 Independent guide Hmo 662-23400373 ivanzor_@hotmail.com
María Teresa Vega Cha L001529 Tourism Paloverde Hmo/Banámichi 662-2827758 ma.teresa.vega@hotmail.com
Martina Alcaraz Miranda L001530 Independent guide Moctezuma 634-1054951 marcy_alcaraz@hotmail.com
Norberto Valle Medina L001528 Independent guide Hmo SD norbertovallemedina@hotmail.com
Roberto López López L001517 Independent guide Guaymas 622-8556718 Loézlr@hotmail.com
Rosa María Villarreal Ruelas L001531 Mavi Travel Hmo 662-1034093 mavi.travel@hotmail.com

Information Universities in Hermosillo

Institution Acronym # Careers Postg. Graduates New Entry Total enrollment
Universidad Estatal de Sonora UES 15 4 593 3,109 8,463
Universidad de Sonora UNISON 50 53 1,191 6,863 29,676
Universidad Tecnológica de Hermosillo UTH 26 0 260 2,072 4,235
Instituto Tecnológico de Hermosillo ITH 11 4 193 1,272 4,197
Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey ITESM 8 14 102 265 889
Universidad Durango Santander SANTANDER 16 8 138 355 1,108
Universidad Kino UNIKINO 15 3 87 216 713
Universidad Tecmilenio TECMILENIO 8 6 135 179 528
Universidad del Valle de México UVM 35 14 254 959 3,659
Universidad del Desarrollo Profesional UNIDEP 15 1 389 1,328 4,372
Universidad Unilider UNILIDER 9 0 108 70 134
Centro regional de formación docente en investigación educativa CRFD SD SD 175 147 205
Centro de investigación de alimentación y desarrollo CIAD SD SD 175 147 272
Colegio de Sonora COLSON SD SD 32 35 35
Colegio libre de estudios universitarios CLEU SD SD 0 108 287
Instituto Sonora de Seguridad pública del estado ISSPE SD SD 0 0 0
Instituto de Mediación de México IM SD SD 12 13 13
Instituto del Sístema Empresa Inteligente ISEI SD SD 207 385 1172
Instituto Sonorense de Administración Pública ISAP SD SD 0 34 103
Multiversidad Mundo Real Edgar Morín MMREM SD SD 5 9 15
Universidad Interamericana del Desarrollo UNID SD SD 0 261 639
Instituto del Occidente IO SD SD 46 64 310
Escuela Normal del Estado SD SD 144 151 703
Escuela Normal de Educación Física SD SD 85 53 268
Escuela Normal Superior de Hermosillo SD SD 28 48 345
Univerdad Pedagógica Nacional SD SD 44 36 312
Instituto de Ciencias y Educación Superior ICES SD SD 25 40 75
Instituto Educativo de Hermosillo IEH SD SD 66 68 175
Universidad Vizcaya de las Américas VIZCAYA SD SD 0 298 298
Universidad de Comsmiatria UCMCC SD SD 0 32 98
Centro de investigación y educación superior del UNEPROP UNEPROP SD SD 7 20 25
Centro Universitario de Sonora CUTSON SD SD 24 140 212
Instituto Odontológico del Noroeste ION SD SD 24 86 130
Total 33 208 107 4,568 21,487 74,126
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Port of Guaymas


Leading activities for port by business line.
• Bulk Mineral cargo: This is the main business line that operates the port as commercial cargo. For 2011, port’s cargo and unload operation represented about 75% of total of commercial cargo moved in the port. This cargo movement was strengthen by its closeness to large mineral deposits of Mexico’s Northwest, as well as, mineral in transit. The last mentioned activity, mineral in transit, is considered with great potential, allowing to anticipate this business line consolidation as one of the most representative for the port in both, short and medium terms.

• Bulk Agricultural cargo: This is the second business line of great importance for port today. Products moved by port, such wheat and corn coming from Sonora and North of Sinaloa, have here its main window to foreign trade. Also, stands out the grains bulk movement in transit, being recording a great dynamism these past years.

• Piece goods cargo: Its importance lies in the advantage of opportunity that port gives to zone’s economic growth, mainly in cargo related to automotive industry growth. In-bond industry and vehicles transportation.

• Non-oil fluids: This business niche represents a great potential due to its closeness with agricultural and livestock production centers and Mexico’s Northwest industry, and liquid fertilizer imports through specialized fertilizer facility installed, as well as, sulfuric acid export among other products within the business line.

• Container Cargo: On February 23, 2012 a new chapter was written in the Port Of Guaymas with the beginning of containers cargo movement by the installation of a regular feeder service with the arrival of the ship “MSC Prospect” of Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC). The port has a capacity of 1,300 containers and will cover a weekly route through Manzanillo-Mazatlan-Guaymas-Manzanillo. Among the containers cargo stands out products, such as: molybdenum, wollastonite, barite, coper concentrate, fish flour, pork meet, vegetables and auto parts. This offers economic and competitive benefits within the service logistics chain to region clients.

• Cruises: Developing business area, because it was detonated few years back, but was affected by AH1N1, US housing crisis and security problems in other destinations, however, these effects are expected soon will be over. Existing and attractive touristic places in the area, mostly in Mar de Cortez, and searching of new ones opens important opportunities to expand this activity, not only important to it, but for the region’s economy and economic spillover.

• Logistics activities: A business line for Port of Guaymas, newly created and enabled, so called, Logistics Activities Zone (ZAL for its initials in Spanish). This a wide zone where diverse activities, industrial and logistics chains, are planned, including storage and shipment. This two estates, property of Harbor Manager, of 88 has in surface strategically located in Empalme County, 8 km away from Guaymas with good highway connection. ZAL will have all basic services to operate roads, electric lines, telephone lines, voice and data, sewer, running water, garbage collection and water treatment.

http://www.puertodeguaymas.com/comercial/actividad-portuaria

Services
Port of Guaymas has a wide variety of services networks, assemble in two types: cargo services and pleasure boats services.  
Services to pleasure boats:

*Consignee Agencies
*Customs Agencies
*Provisioning
*Load/Unload Maneuvers
*Mooring/ Unmooring
*Garbage Collection
*Electric Connections
*Towing
*Maritime Transport
*Cache, Stowage and hauling maneuvers
*Fuel and lubricants supply
*Pilotage
*Cargo Certification
*Fumigación a las Embarcaciones
*Weighting Service
* Mooring/ Unmooring Service to Pleasure Boats
*Drinking water supply
*Conveyor belt supply

Procedures and Services
http://www.puertodeguaymas.com/comercial/servicios


 Asia Multimodal option to North of Mexico and South of United States...
*Strategic Location in International Trade flows
This is an attractive multimodal option to connect United States South market with South America and Far East.
*Guaymas complements cargo relief from Long Beach and Los Angeles
*Closer to US Borderline than any other Mexican Port
*Faster and lower cost traffic than Panama Canal
*Existing Railroad Corridor with capacity for Ferromex double stowage connecting in Nogales from Union Pacific, current Border Crossing
*Shortcut Naco-Benson, offering a future railroad capacity to relief Nogales Borderline
*Currently Pacer Stracktrain operates from and to Hermosillo and available for Guaymas
*Four Lanes Freeway from Guaymas to Nogales
*The Port operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
*Mexican Authorities approved Fiscal Corridor Guaymas-Nogales for Freight and railroad transportation
*Option to créate a Logistics Transaction Zone close to The Port
*6 Simultaneous Mooring Positions
*8 Railroads kilometers inside The Port
*Infrared TV Close circuit

Cruises
Cruises Terminal Commercial Building, it has a 703 square meters federal surface integrated by: a) A level with 16 commercial stores, in a 333 square meters surface; and b) a second level integrated by a restaurant with kitchen-bar and restrooms with 370 square meters with two rest areas.




Year Arrivals Cruiser Name Line
2008 2 Ryndam
Ryndam
Holland America
2009 0
2010 2 Zaandam
Zaandam
Holland America
2011 6 Zaandam
Azamara
Journey
Zaandam
Zaandam
Oosterdam
Holland America
2012 0
2013 1 Statendam Holland America
2014 2 Azamara Quest
Statendam
Royal Caribean
Holland America
Next Arrivals: 
15/02/2017- Azamara Quest
16/05/2017- Crystal Serenity
14/02/2018- Azamara Quest

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Management of tourism Enterprises
International Business management
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Business Administration and Strategies
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Environmental
Architecture
Performing Arts specialization in Acting
Performing Arts specialization in Dance
Plastic arts
Biology
Biometrics
Computer's Science
Communication Sciences
Education Sciences
Nutritional Sciences
Science and Technical Communication
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Foreign Trade and Customs
International Trade
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Administrative Computing
Communication and Public Image
Certified Public Accountant
Public accounting
Public Accounting and Finance
Creation and Enterprise Development
Creation and Business Address 
Criminology
Physical Culture and Sports
Law
Business Development: Area Marketing
Entrepreneurial Development and Innovation
Fashion design
Graphic design
Digital Graphic Design
Graphic Design and Animation
Graphic Design and Multimedia
Industrial design
Design and interior decoration
Ecology
Economy
Education
Education and Development
Electric
Electronics
Renewable Energy: Solar Energy Area
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Sports training
Finance
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Geosciences
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Business management
Tourism management
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Industrial Quality
Industrial Manufacturing
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