St Regis Hotel, Mexico City, 2-3 October 2017
Industry experts have long said that Mexico will be one of the eight largest economies by 2050. With burgeoning trade agreements and fiscal incentives, Mexico in turn is working hard to make itself competitive against the backdrop of traditional and mature markets.
The automotive industry contributes significantly to Mexico’s GDP. With high investment, rising production levels and increasing vehicle exports, Mexico is a growing market not only for the OEMs already operating in Mexico, but also for operators supporting them. Added to this, the economic benefits brought through the supply of raw materials, employment, education and infrastructure investment through growth in the automotive industry mean that whilst there is great opportunity, there are many challenges to be faced on Mexico’s road to becoming a leading automotive nation.
By exploring relationships, technologies, ideas and concepts for the region and its continuous search for new approaches and solutions, an international audience of automotive business leaders will gather to discuss best practice across all areas of the Mexican automotive industry: supply chain, vehicle manufacture, component supply, logistics service provision, packaging, IT, multi-modal transportation, finished vehicle distribution, aftermarket parts and purchasing.View the agenda
The Automotive Leaders Summit Mexico brings together exceptional panels of speakers and panellists to share their knowledge, insight and views to explore issues affecting the supply chain, the consumer and the industry. If you’re involved in developing, shaping and forming the automotive industry in Mexico and want to understand the challenges ahead, join us to learn what other players are doing and what lies ahead for the future of the industry.
The Automotive Leaders Summit gives you exceptional networking opportunities. From the networking drinks reception to the Automotive Global Awards Gala Dinner, this is an excellent opportunity not just to meet other delegates, but to foster on-going relationships.