Watch: Mexico’s supply chain is ready for electric car production

Alex Katsouris Europartners

With the Ford Mustang Mach-E, the first EV has started production in Mexico. Alex Katsouris from freight forwarder Europartners examines what needs to happen in the supply chain to make the country a powerhouse for EV production.

Mexico is not currently a forerunner when it comes to producting electrified cars, but it has the supplier base, the skilled workforce and the modern plants to be a part of the electric revolution, something Ford has certainly realised having started production of its Mustang Mach-E electric SUV in Cuautitlán. Alex Katsouris from freight forwarder Europartners discusses what needs to happen for the logistics to keep up.


Alex Katsouris, Automotive & Electronics Director at Europartners

Moderated by Richard Logan, Event and Content Producer at Automotive Logistics and Ultima Media

This session was held on February 3rd during the Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain North America Live virtual conference. 

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