- International Mission
From January 15 to 17
Mexico is now the world’s 7th largest producer of light vehicles and 4th largest producer of spare parts. The country is becoming a strategic location for the global manufacture of automotive parts, thanks in particular to the consolidation of the free trade agreement between Mexico, the United States and Canada. It is estimated that by 2025, 4.5 million units could be produced here every year.
According to data from the National Automotive Parts Industry (INA), electric vehicle production is expected to reach 4.6 million units between 2023 and 2030. Several manufacturers have announced plans and investments in recent months to manufacture more electric vehicles at their plants in Mexico, including General Motors, Stellantis and BMW.
It is in this context that Business France is organising the French Automotive Days in Mexico.
Conference and personalised one-to-one BtoB meetings – In collaboration with JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization) and with the participation of buyers such as Forvia, Hutchinson, Kawasaki, Michelin, Nemak and Panasonic Automotive.
Individual BtoB meetings and factory visits – In collaboration with JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization) and with the participation of buyers such as Forvia, Hutchinson, Kawasaki, Michelin, Nemak and Panasonic Automotive.
Back to Mexico City
A programme of one-to-one business meetings with buyers including Ford and Forvia, as well as members of the Cluster Automotriz de l’Estado de México.
French companies : Stellantis, Forvia, GDL Circuits, Michelin…
Japanese companies : Mazda, Denso, Kawasaki, Panasonic Automotive…
Others companies : Nemak, Estado de Mexico, Ciudad de Mexico…