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The driver of a Toyota Prius at the fuel pump across from me looked at my smart car and asked about my fuel consumption. I quoted the city and highway miles per gallon. The Prius owner responded, “I still win.”
Even after 20 years, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is subject to misunderstanding or faulty perceptions.
During the past decade, a number of manufacturers have relocated their overseas operations from China and other Asian nations to Mexico — and many U.S. companies looking for their first international site are choosing Mexico.
Mexico’s ascendance in automotive production is having a profound effect on parts inventory planning within the industry, and it is predicted the accompanying shifts in sourcing and supply chain strategies will soon extend to other high-value manufacturing sectors.
Bob Foster, mayor of Long Beach, points out one in eight jobs in Long Beach is linked to world trade.
Grupo Elektra adopts logistics methods and technology to address Mexico's rising retail market.
This seminar is designed for automotive parts producers and distributors who want to obtain an overview of the North American Free Trade Agreement and secure a firmer understanding of the rules that must be satisfied for a good/material to qualify for preferential treatment.Read More