Mexico could not become a major global exporter without a solid logistics infrastructure. And yet, the country has deficiencies in port, rail and air, as well as modern facilities for handling parts and finished vehicles. If it is to keep up with customer needs, as well as with changing technology like EVs, industry and government will have to work together on the right investment in infrastructure, connectivity and facilities.
This session will include presentations on key needs, case studies on optimising current infrastructure and Q&A on where resources should be focused.
- Arturo Chávez, Managing Director, Trust for the Development of Parks and Industrial Zones of the State of Mexico Secretariat for Economic Development of the State of Mexico
- Flavio Batista, VP and Head of North America sales, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean
- Antonio Zepeda Torres, Director Commercial, Grupo CSI
- Kevin Reed, VP Supply Chain, Royal Power Solutions