alchisa
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Teresa Cornejo
Director General
Alchisa
Alchisa's value proposition is in high demand due to its technical service, which helps customers extend the life of their equipment and…
Ford Aguascalientes
Weekly Roundups
INEGI revealed its sales results for April, while BMW and DuPont continue to make adjustments to their annual results.
Claudia Jañez, resident of DuPont in Mexico and Latin America and Chair of the Executive Council of Global Companies at DuPont's HQ.
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Claudia Jañez
President
DuPont in Mexico and Latin America
It is time to recognize people for their talent and potential and not for their gender, said Claudia Jañez at a meeting organized by NGO Alianza 2030.
Electrification
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With AHEAD, DuPont enters a new era based on innovation to face the automotive industry's most recent challenges.
Juan José Zaragoza
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Juan José Zaragoza
Mexico Business and Country Leader
DuPont Transportation and Industrial
As new industry trends gain strength, DuPont transforms its value proposition to embrace change
Carlos Sierra
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Carlos Sierra
Director General
Kuraray
Kuraray is a world leader in specialty chemicals, polymers, fibers and textiles.
Giovanni D’Agostino
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Giovanni D’Agostino
President Mexico and Regional Managing Director Latin America of NKF
Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) serves clients’ needs across all property types. Its experience and well-recognized team of real estate professionals…
Juan José Zaragoza
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Juan José Zaragoza
Mexico Country Leader of Transportation and Advanced Polymers
DowDuPont
DowDuPont is a holding company comprised of The Dow Chemical Company and DuPont with the intent to form strong, independent, publicly traded...
Armando Cortés
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Armando Cortés
Armando Cortés
Executive Director for Industrial Development
ProMéxico

Building a national supplier base is an institutional priority for ProMéxico. We cater to advanced-manufacturing industries such as aerospace, automotive and electronics, which usually share a supplier base. Mexican suppliers are evolving. Rather than catering to a single industry, they are supplying several and diversifying their portfolio. This is a positive step in the development of the country’s advanced-manufacturing industries. ProMéxico focuses on identifying the productive capacities of SMEs so they can join these industries’ supply chains and on raising Mexican content in these industries through business meetings focused on strategic industrial processes. Tooling is perhaps the area that offers the most opportunities. All industries need tooling solutions such as molds and dies but Mexico imports around US$2.6 billion in tooling annually and is the second-largest importer of molds worldwide.

The challenge for Mexican companies is to find ways to stand out and be recognized as reliable partners in automotive production.
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