Watch: North America automotive suppliers must keep up with USMCA and changing trade policy

Leila Aridi Afas, Director, International Public Policy at Toyota Motor North America Flavio Volpe, President at Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA)

Policy experts from Toyota and Canada’s automotive supplier association unpick complex sourcing and compliance rules under USMCA, and look ahead to what the Biden administration could mean for automotive trade.

Six months after implementation and many automotive manufacturers are still getting to grips with the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), with an urgent need for OEMs and suppliers to work together on new supply chain requirements. In this panel interview, public policy experts from Toyota North America and Canada’s APMA highlight the most important changes, and share insider insight on the trade winds blowing in Washington DC, Ottawa and Mexico City. 


Leila Aridi Afas, Director, International Public Policy at Toyota Motor North America
Flavio Volpe, President at Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA)

Moderated by Christopher Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief at Automotive Logistics and Ultima Media

This session was held on February 2nd during the Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain North America Live virtual conference. 

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