Miguel-Rozo
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Miguel Rozo
Regional Manager
TDM Group
TDM Group is a leader in Latin America in engineering solutions, supply and installation of construction products.
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Israel Gutiérrez
Israel Gutiérrez
CEO of the Mining Development Bank (FIFOMI)

Like any other country, we must show economic and fiscal discipline through a well-structured model that relies on infrastructure and security. This has been the main priority during the administration of President Peña Nieto and we are prioritizing the trade negotiations to make sure that all the treaties are accurate in reflecting the interests of our industries. We strive to broaden the number of companies we support and to provide them with the training and the additional services that we offer. This would help those that do not currently have enough access to fund their expansion projects. We are continuously working on our ability to support companies and to find ways to do this better. FIFOMI also helps finance projects related to Corporate Social Responsibility as when they are for a mining community located close to an active project, such as an infrastructure development.

Infrastructure is an industry of its own, but it also represents a huge area of opportunity for mining operations.
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Spotlight
Mine operations depend on a 24-hour, 365-day work schedule and setbacks can represent million-dollar losses for operators.
Miguel Andrés Rozo
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Miguel Andrés Rozo
General Manager
TDM
TDM Group is a leader in Latin America in engineering solutions, supply and installation of construction products for infrastructure, mining &…
Miguel Andres Rozo
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Miguel Andres Rozo
General Manager
TDM

Mining is an important economic motor for the country and the governments at the federal and municipal levels should help promote the sector. We believe the authorities should not only help Mexican companies in the industry but their international counterparts too. The help does not have to be monetary and the authorities could intervene by connecting companies with Mexican talent, which is an important issue in the sector. The younger generations often do not get many opportunities to connect with the industry and the government could play a critical role in closing talent gaps. Companies could then train and develop people with talent. This would also help boost the economy in Mexico.

Mexico Mining Review asked Mexico’s mining leaders how they are adapting to this trend and what actions they are taking to strengthen the country’s…
Julio Díaz
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Julio Díaz
Mexico Mining Manager
TDM
The TDM Group is a leader in Latin America in engineering solutions, supply and installation of construction products for infrastructure and more.
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The typical mining operation moves thousands of tons of material every day of the year on a 24-hour basis until the end of its lifecycle.
José Ferreyros
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José Ferreyros
Executive Vice President
TDM Group
TDM Group has sold more than 1 million m2 of its polypropylene geogrid for use on the new airport project in Mexico City
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