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Automotive Logistics Mexico Conference

25 - 27 Feb 2020 Add To Calendar
Hotel Marquis Reforma, Mexico City, Mexico

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"Ready to roll Investing in a world-class supply chain in Mexico"
The 6th annual Automotive Logistics Mexico brings together major decision-makers across vehicle manufacturers, automotive tier suppliers, logistics providers and government officials. Across three days the conference will discuss the major topics impacting automotive logistics in Mexico, including trade and customs, transport infrastructure, logistics network optimization, capacity, skills and training, digital supply chain and technology.

Highlights

  • Network with over 300 industry peers, be in front of your potential clients
  • Interact and work directly with key industry peers on the real-life issues that matter most to you
  • Gain practical insights and intelligence from industry and logistic experts

Timings

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM (Feb 25) (General)
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM (Feb 26) (General)
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM ( Feb 27) (General)
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Entry Fees

Paid Ticket Starts from 2467 USD View Details

Participants

500
Delegates

50 Exhibitors Estimated Count

Category & Type

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Auto & Automotive
Logistics & Transportation

Editions

25 - 27 Feb 2020 Interested
29 - 31 Jan 2019 6th Edition
23 - 25 Jan 2018 5th Edition
31 Jan - 02 Feb 2017 4th Edition
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User Community [ Users who have shown interest for this Event ]

GoingRoman Ivanov

Roman Ivanov

Retailer at Usov Inc

Sacramento, United States
GoingBarney Harris

Barney Harris

Automotive Teacher at Azusa Unified

La Verne, United States
GoingAntonio Alvarez

Antonio Alvarez

Dirección General Del Acervo Histórico Diplomático at Secretariat Of Foreign Affairs

Mexico City, Mexico
GoingMaria Denisse Rojas

Maria Denisse Rojas

Trader at Market Solutions México

Mexico City, Mexico
GoingMauricio Lozano

Mauricio Lozano

L2 English as a foreign& 2nd language: workplace communication at Language Learning & Translation Services

Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico
GoingLOUIS EJIOFOR

LOUIS EJIOFOR

Maestro De Ingles at CELEX IPN Esime Culhuacan

Mexico City, Mexico
Francisco Rafael Alvarado Flores

Francisco Rafael Alvarado Flores

Executive Director at Equian

Mexico City, Mexico

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Speakers

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Bryan Burkhardt

Bryan Burkhardt

Director, North American & Intercontinental Vehicle Logistics at General... United States
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Scott Mize

Scott Mize

Manager Purchasing Nissan North America at Nissan United States
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John Godfrey

John Godfrey

VP, Logistics and Purchasing at Pirelli Tire North America United States
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Roberto Zavala

Roberto Zavala

Managing Director / Head of Mexico, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics at... Mexico
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Jesús Seade Kuri

Jesús Seade Kuri

Undersecretary for North America, Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs Federal...
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Roberto Zavala

Roberto Zavala

VP Mexico Operations Wallenius Wilhelmsen Solutions
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Kevin Reed

Kevin Reed

Vice-President of Supply Chain Royal Power Solutions

Schedule & Agenda

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Tue, 25 Feb 07:00 PM - 10:00 PMAutomotive Logistics Mexico welcome drinks reception Dinner + Cocktail
Wed, 26 Feb 08:00 AM - 09:00 AMRegistration and breakfast
Join us to collect your badge, enjoy a bite to eat and start the conversation with your fellow delegates.
Wed, 26 Feb 09:00 AM - 09:45 AMMaintaining Mexico's competitiveness Session
Over the past decade, Mexico grew to become the 6th largest global vehicle producer and 4th largest exporter. But slowdowns in its major export markets, changing trade terms in North America and new technology are set to challenge and transform the automotive sector in the 2020s. Our opening session identifies the key disruptions and developments, from digitalization to impacts from the US Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA formerly NAFTA), that logistics and supply chain managers need to tackle to ensure Mexico remains competitive and that its supply chain continues to thrive.
Wed, 26 Feb 09:45 AM - 10:45 AMAutomotive Logistics Ideas Labs – workshop phase Workshop
Our popular Ideas Labs are small, solutions-orientated working groups that provide an invaluable opportunity to interact and work directly with key industry peers on the real-life issues that matter most to you. Facilitated by subject-matter experts, each Ideas Lab is an open discussion that address challenges head on. In our first phase, each group will workshop the topic with the goal of determining no more than three action points.
Wed, 26 Feb 10:45 AM - 11:15 AMNetworking and coffee Networking
Wed, 26 Feb 11:15 AM - 11:45 AMAutomotive Logistics Ideas Labs – pitch phase Session
Leaders from each Ideas Lab present the key findings on the main conference stage in a series of short, quickfire pitches that outline their key action points. These actions will inform further conference discussion, as well as follow up after the event.
Wed, 26 Feb 11:45 AM - 12:15 PMCase study: Engineering efficient automotive logistics networks Session
Mexican supply chains depend on multimodal, interconnected freight flows. This case study demonstrates examples how automotive firms can increase efficiency in transport including through planning, technology and partnership with providers.
Wed, 26 Feb 12:15 PM - 02:00 PMNetworking and lunch Lunch
Wed, 26 Feb 02:00 PM - 02:45 PMSmooth customs and frictionless trade Session
Mexico’s role as a trade hub with North America and beyond is essential to its automotive success. But with new rules around the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA formerly NAFTA), border challenges and bottlenecks in customs clearance, manufacturers and logistics providers risk delays if they don’t keep on top of changes. This session explores the key rules and regulations for moving parts and finished vehicles, as well as systems and processes that automotive supply chain managers need to consider.
Wed, 26 Feb 02:45 PM - 03:15 PMPanel discussion: Best practice at the border Roundtable
A panel of manufacturers, logistics and trade experts take part in a Q&A session about how to best optimise international trade to and from Mexico, including within North America and beyond.
Wed, 26 Feb 03:15 PM - 04:00 PMCoffee and networking Networking
Wed, 26 Feb 04:00 PM - 05:15 PMStep right up and play…the Innovation Game! Session
Close out the first full day of sessions with some fun and inspiration to bring back to work. Through audience polls and interactive Q&A, compare how your company is managing innovation and transformation in logistics with a panel of leading automotive supply chain decision makers and disruptors. You’ll also hear a series of real-world case studies demonstrating Mexican logistics innovation in action.
Wed, 26 Feb 05:30 PM - 08:30 PMGala Dinner Dinner + Cocktail
Thu, 27 Feb 08:30 AM - 09:00 AMRegistration Registration
Another chance to mingle with your fellow delegates before the second day’s formalities begin.
Thu, 27 Feb 09:00 AM - 10:15 AMInvesting in the future: Working with government, suppliers and providers to build sustainable networks Session
Mexico could not become a major global exporter without a solid logistics infrastructure. And yet, the country has deficiencies in port, rail and air, as well as modern facilities for handling parts and finished vehicles. If it is to keep up with customer needs, as well as with changing technology like EVs, industry and government will have to work together on the right investment in infrastructure, connectivity and facilities. This session will include presentations on key needs, case studies on optimising current infrastructure and Q&A on where resources should be focused.
Thu, 27 Feb 10:15 AM - 11:00 AMNetworking and coffee Networking
Thu, 27 Feb 11:00 AM - 11:40 AMCase studies: Mexico’s digital supply chain
Rising costs and pressure on margins mean that the Mexican automotive logistics industry needs to make the best use of technology to stay efficient and competitive. In this case study, we look at real world examples of facilities and networks where manufacturers and logistics providers have made progress in digitalising logistics processes and operations.
Thu, 27 Feb 11:40 AM - 12:20 PMStudent forum: Learning from the next generation Session
Today’s logistics and supply chain benefit from skills that include data science, mathematics and engineering – plus a whole lot of emotional intelligence. That is why we have opened up the conference to university students interested in the automotive supply chain, and we invite you to network and share ideas on for the future and learn what would entice them to join the automotive industry.
Thu, 27 Feb 12:20 PM - 02:00 PMNetworking and lunch Networking
Thu, 27 Feb 02:00 PM - 03:00 PMPanel: Mexico’s Got Talent Roundtable
The automotive industry is changing rapidly across manufacturing, production, supply chain and logistics. How does the industry ensure that it has the right talent, in the right place, at the right time, from warehouse labour to truck drivers to experts in artificial intelligence? Our panel of leaders and decision makers discuss strategies for attracting, developing and retaining talent across the Mexican supply chain.
Thu, 27 Feb 03:00 PM - 03:15 PMClosing Remarks Closing Ceremony
Thu, 27 Feb 03:00 PM - 03:30 PMWhat can Mexican automotive learn from other industries? Session
Our closing presentation will share insight into the logistics of other sectors and discuss how automotive logistics in Mexico compares and what it could adapt from them. An opportunity to discuss and challenge the status quo.

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