Made in America
Re-shoring, Mexico and the opportunities within tomorrow’s supply chain
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The result is new investment in production plants across North America, with Mexico in the spotlight but by no means alone. It means re-shaping the tier supplier base as China prices ramp upwards. And it means new flows of finished vehicles, for example to and from Europe.The resurgence of US auto sales has brought with it a new look at the right location for vehicle building. An awareness of total supply chain cost – which includes factors like the risk and expense of natural disasters and man-made disruptions – is now standard operating procedure.
It’s an exciting time to be in automotive logistics, with exciting opportunities. Which makes this year’s Automotive Logistics Global conference a particularly valuable meeting place for OEMs, tier suppliers and logistics service providers of all types.
Now in its 14th annual edition, the conference has two days of networking, discussions and learning in a business + social environment. In addition to expert presentations and interactive Q&A sessions, there are multiple opportunities to meet and do business. A carefully-structured programme of informal networking and round table discussions starts with golf* and a cocktail reception on the day before the conference, and includes lunches, coffee breaks and the stylish mid-conference gala dinner. All as part of a single delegate fee.
Join your peers, competitors, suppliers and customers for the most important automotive logistics event of the year. See you in Detroit.
* the nature of the game and the course means that places are limited