Companies across Mexico share the long-term goal of decarbonising the supply chain and reducing the environmental footprint of logistics and manufacturing. Low-emission technology will play a key role, but for supply chain management experts there are also opportunities in optimisation processes, including data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence. In this session, one of the country’s leading experts in logistics and supply chain management, Professor Mostafa Hajiaghaei-Keshteli from the prestigious university Tecnológico de Monterrey, provides insight into how industries across the country, including the automotive sector, are currently managing sustainable logistics targets, and the technology and processes they can use to develop smart, sustainable logistics.
Professor Hajiaghaei-Keshteli researches and collaborates with sectors across Mexico, including major carmakers, and is also the head of research for the university’s newly established Center of Sustainable Smart Logistics.
Join this session for a discussion on:
- The role of sustainable logistics in Mexico today across industries, including automotive
- Regulations and policies that will drive sustainable logistics requirements in Mexico
- Key optimisation processes and technologies to support sustainable logistics
- The impacts and changes for automotive logistics
- Professor Hajiaghaei-Keshteli, Associate Professor at the Department of Industrial Engineering at Tecnológico de Monterrey
- 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.
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