Francisco Bravo has been responsible for Audi’s logistics and supply chain management in Mexico since December 2021, where he has helped to make the carmaker’s plant in San José Chiapas a global benchmark for logistics. He has worked at Volkswagen Group for more than 27 years, including 15 years in IT, where he was chief information officer for Volkswagen’s plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee; later he was general manager for IT for the group’s global production network and helped to establish Volkswagen Group IT Services in locations including Germany, India and Portugal. Bravo joined Audi Mexico in 2017 and has worked in programme planning, production control, as well as leading inbound logistics from 2020-2021. He has further been involved in tech startups, including as cofounder of Blonic.com in Spain. He has an MBA from Ibero-American University and a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Puebla Institute of Technology, Mexico, along with other qualifications and trainings in executive leadership from the US, Mexico and Europe.