Mexico’s role as a trade hub with North America and beyond is essential to its automotive success. But with new rules around the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement, border challenges and bottlenecks in customs clearance, manufacturers and logistics providers risk delays if they don’t keep on top of changes.

This session explores the key rules and regulations for moving parts and finished vehicles, as well as systems and processes that automotive supply chain managers need to consider and concludes with a Q&A on how to best optimise international trade to and from Mexico, including within North America and beyond.


  • Berenice Egure, International Trade and Customs Partner, KPMG Mexico
  • Guillermo Rosales, Director General Ajunto, AMDA
  • Todd Skiles, SVP Sales, Supply Chain Solutions and Dedicated Transportation Solutions, Ryder Mexico
  • Enrique De La Pena, Senior Manager, Mex-US Operations, Hyundai Glovis