Decarbonizing the Automotive Supply Chain
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Over the past three years, most major automakers have announced detailed plans to reduce greenhouse emissions across the entire value chain
Mexico Automotive Summit 2021
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Over the past three years, most major automakers have announced detailed plans to reduce greenhouse emissions across the entire value chain
Supply Chain Relocation
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Read the highlights from our webinar: “Supply Chain Relocation and Development in North America.”
Manuel Guervara
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Manuel Guevara
General Manager Querétaro – El Marques Plant
Brose México
Brose's plant in Queretaro has its own purchasing department and collaborates closely with local universities for training and technology…
MAS 2018
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Mexico Automotive Summit 2018:Challenges and Opportunities for Small Mexican Suppliers panel highlights
Manuel Guevara
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Manuel Guevara
General Manager Queretaro – El Marqués Plant at Brose México
Brose México
Brose Fahrzeugteile is a Germany-based Tier 1 supplier with 62 plants globally. In Mexico, the company has three active facilities and is in the…
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.
Manuel Guevara
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Manuel Guevara
General Manager
Brose Fahrzeugteile
Electrification is one of the keys to greater efficiency and Brose’s motors play an important role in enabling it.
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