Hit hard by the pandemic, semiconductor and logistics shortages, Mexico’s carmakers have been working to stabilise logistics and manage greater flexibility across operations to protect production and help the sector to recover output and exports. More than ever, Mexico’s sustainable growth depends on transformation in logistics, including better visibility, strong partnerships, infrastructure improvements and smooth processes. Supply chain resiliency will also be essential to the Mexican automotive sector’s ability to adapt as the industry strives to deliver a sustainable future of mobility.
Watch this session to understand how carmakers such as Volkswagen as well as logistics providers are improving logistics in Mexico to ensure the region remain a major competitive force in the North American and global industry. The session explores logistics strategies and systems to optimise automotive supply chain and production across Mexico, including digitalisation, cross-border trade with the US, finished vehicle exports and distribution, rail links and short sea shipping opportunities.
- Peter Koltai, Senior Director Production Control, Logistics at Volkswagen 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.
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