Continuous disruption to global supply chain networks, rising logistics costs, geopolitical uncertainties and new rules and regulations within the US Mexico Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA) are forcing the sector to redesign supply chain models and rethink sourcing, logistics and manufacturing strategies. As manufacturers in North America look to regional opportunities in the supply chain, Mexico has immense potential to significantly capture production of key components and vehicles. Those localisation opportunities will depend on close collaboration between industry and government, as well as investing in and maintaining world-class logistics and infrastructure.
In this session, industry experts explore the changing policies and regulations that impact automotive supply chains, and the opportunities for manufacturers in Mexico to increase localised production, strengthen exports and invest in future technology, including battery and electrification. They discuss the tools and processes to maintain efficiency, and discuss the changes in logistics and trade processes that will reimagine and reinvent Mexico’s supply chain today and in the future.
- Chris Styles, Vice President Supply Chain Management North America at Nissan
- Lizette Gracida, Senior Director of Institutional Affairs and Foreign Trade at Toyota Motor de México
- Christopher Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief 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.
Welcome to Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Mexico 2022!
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Reimagining Mexican automotive supply chains and logistics
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