With critical parts and inventories low, maintaining a reliable, secure flow of vehicles across Mexico and its borders is vital to the country’s automotive recovery and resurgence. But as outbound transport capacity becomes scarce across road, rail, ports and ocean, there is a risk that long lead times, rising cost and delays from damage and vandalism could compromise Mexico’s competitive advantage in the supply chain.
However, OEMs are working with logistics providers and infrastructure partners to improve transparency and resiliency and support longer term transformation across the supply chain as Mexico aims to decarbonise logistics, and as more OEMs get set to increase electric vehicle production and distribution.
Don’t miss the chance to understand how carmakers such as General Motors and logistics providers are working cross functionally and collaboratively with providers to mitigate bottlenecks and increase transparency in the face of today’s critical issues, while developing new outbound strategies for the future, for example:
- How logistics and technology providers are offering innovations and investments to secure outbound transport capacity and provide more safe storage
- Tools, processes and data to improve visibility across the supply chain in Mexico
- Strategies to reduce carbon emissions and waste in logistics through best practice, network design and new technologies
- Understand how the Mexican supply chain and freight network need to prepare for the rising tide of electric vehicles
- Jonathan Flores Cortes, Logistics Purchasing Manager at General Motors Mexico
- Raul Ambriz, Vice President at RPM Mexico
- Antonio Zepeda Torres, Commercial Director at CSI Group
- Daniel Codesal, National Manager, OEM Services at KhS Global
- Richard Logan, Senior Content Producer at Automotive Logistics
The 7th Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Mexico took place November 15-17 in Mexico City. See highlights, videos, photos and learn more information here.
The 8th Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Mexico will take place December 5-7, 2023 back in Mexico City.
If you are interested in participating in the content or as a partner next year, please get in touch with our team.
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