For the first time at ALSC Mexico we hear from a panel of experts from across VW Group’s global divisions, as they share how they are strengthening their supply chains by collaborating together to share best practices, knowledge and digital tools. 

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Logistics executives from VW Group, VW America, PowerCo, Navistar, VW Truck & Bus Mexico and Volkswagen de México packed onto the Red Sofa to speak to Christopher Ludwig, editor-in-chief, Automotive Logistics about how they are creating new opportunities together. 

Christoph Hartmann, head of Transport Networks, VW Group Logistics says that VW’s footprint in Mexico is expanding more than ever before. “There are tremendous opportunities in collaborating to find more synergies, better processes and more sustainable processes,” he says. “This group of managers have developed tremendous momentum in gaining collaborative status, so we can really find a new way of working together in the North America region.”

Watch now to hear from:

  • Christoph Hartmann, head of Transport Networks, VW Group Logistics
  • Peter Koltai, senior director, Production Control, Volkswagen de México
  • Paulo Monteiro, head of logistics, VW Group America Chattanooga Operations
  • Halley Vieira, plant manager, Production and Logistics, VW Truck & Bus Mexico
  • Haley Wilson, logistics director, Navistar
  • Sören Stade, head of Logistics, Project St. Thomas, PowerCo


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Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Mexico 2023 took place December 5-7 at the Marquis Reforma Hotel, Mexico City. Click here for more highlights and insights. The next event in Mexico will return to Mexico City on November 12-14, 2024.