Event Objectives

  • Objectively analyze the business conditions of Mexico's Auto and Auto Parts Industries.
  • Obtain detailed and privileged information on Mexico's Auto Industry.
  • Interact with Mexico's Auto OEM representatives and Auto Parts plant managers.
  • Develop an itemized operating pro-forma of a potential near-shore manufacturing project in Mexico.
  • Hear from industry experts about the opportunities to participate in Mexico's Auto Industry value Chain.

Auto Industry Subjects

  • Business dynamics of main OEM's and Auto Parts manufacturers, demand forecast.
  • Domestic and export markets.
  • Comparison of Mexico's Auto Industry with the Global, US's & China's Auto Industries.
  • Auto Parts Industry analysis and trends.
  • Labor productivity and competitiveness benchmarks.
  • Legal and tax aspects of the Auto Industry in Mexico.
  • Current and future regional auto clusters.
  • Manufacturing options, structures and detailed costs.
  • Auto and Auto parts logistics.
  • Industrial Real Estate, location and costs. 


Speakers


Oscar Albin

Executive President

MEXICAN ASSOCIATION OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS MANUFACTURERS (INA)


Guillermo Prieto

Executive President

NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE DEALER ASSOCIATION (AMDA)


Jun Umemura

Group Vice President

TOYOTA MOTOR ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING NA, INC.


Christopher Recktenwald

Director, Purchasing and Supplier Technical Assistance, Ford of Mexico

FORD MOTOR COMPANY


Carlos Luna

Corporate Relations Vice-President

VOLKSWAGEN DE MEXICO


Jorge Vallejo

President and CEO

MITSUBISHI MOTORS DE MEXICO


Carlos Gómez

Purchasing and SQM Mexico Director

CONTINENTAL


Flavio Rivera

General Director

DAIMLER


Thomas Karig

Consultant

TKONSULT


Bruce Belzowski

Automotive Futures, Managing Director

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN'S TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH INSTITUTE (UMTRI)


Guido Vildozo

Senior Manager, Americas-Light Vehicle Sales Forecasting

IHS MARKIT


Juan Carlos José Meade Cantú

Automotive Industry Director

PROMÉXICO


Ricardo Castro

Partner, Employment

BAKER & MCKENZIE


Gerardo Gomez

Sr. Director, Country Manager Mexico

J.D. POWER AND ASSOCIATES MEXICO


Sergio Ornelas

Editor

MEXICONOW

Conference Cost

USD $500 + Tax
Manufacturer - FULL ACCESS

OEM's and Manufacturers (Includes access to conference sessions, exhibition floor, meals, B2B Meetings* and plant visits*).


USD $200 + Tax
Manufacturer - BASIC ACCESS

OEM's and Manufacturers (Includes access to conferences sessions and exhibition floor. Does not include meals, B2B Meetings nor plant visits).


Fee doesn't include hotel, air transportation

Manufacturer Description: It is a company that transforms raw materials into a product or part that is incorporated into and is part of the vehicle.

Consultants, Lawyers, 3PL, Accountants, HR, Real Estate Brokerage, Industrial Developers, Government and Promotional Agencies, Shelter Service Providers, Competitors of Sponsors, etc. are welcome at a fee of USD $1,500 per person under a limited participation basis (no B2B Meetings access, among other restrictions). Please contact our office for details. Alternatively you may consider becoming an official SPONSOR of the event with full access of personnel to all event activities and exhibition space.

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Venue


Cintermex
Cintermex
Av. Fundidora No. 501
Col. Obrera
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico,
8183696969
http://www.cintermex.com.mx

Mexico's Auto Industry Summit 2017