Congreso Internacional de la  Industria Automotriz en México

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What is CIIAM?

CIIAM 2021 will be the meeting point for integration of views of the entire industry on topics of greatest interest for our time.

Our mission is to convene, industry executives and officials, as well as government entities in Mexico or abroad, providing them with a forum to communicate and integrate while allowing them to be aware of the ongoing changes in the business environment so that they can make better fundamental decisions. Further, it can serve as a successful model that can be implemented across country, to help achieve synergy between various functions such as:

Client – Supplier    Supplier – Supplier

Authorities – Industry Commerce

Services – Industrial National International

CIIAM aims to be the best international strategic forum based in Mexico, for communication, integration and development of the automotive value chain.

SCHEDULE

November
9th

08:15 – 08:25

Attendee Registration

08:25

Official Opening

Tatiana Clouthier – Minister of Economy, Federal Government

08:30 – 09:30

USMCA Commercial Rules: How to achieve the best automotive
region in the world?

Luz María de la Mora – Undersecretary of Foreign Trade, Federal
Government

09:10 – 09:35

Q & A

09:35 – 09:45

Graeme Clark Canadian Ambassador to Mexico

09:45 – 10:15

30 minute recess

10:15 – 10:45

Present and future of semiconductors in North America

Santiago Cardona – Mexico Country Manager, SMG Intel México

10:45 - 11:15

Consequences on the North American automotive and
engine manufacturing map

Guido Vildozo – Senior Manager, Americas Light Vehicle Sales
Forecasting at IHS Markit

11:15 – 11:30

Q&A

11:30 – 12:00

30 minute recess

12:00 – 12:20

Nazareth Black, CEO ZACUA

12:20 – 12:40

The automotive industry in the era of sustainability

 

Gerardo Hernández – Spokesman of Sustainability, Audi Mexico

12:40 – 13:20

Challenges of the Automotive Industry in Mexico

Miguel Barbeyto – President and Managing Director, Mazda Motor de México
Harald Gottsche – President and Chief Executive Officer, BMW Group San Luis Potosi Plant, Mexico

13:20 – 13:45

Q & A

13:45 – 15:00

Lunch 

15:00 – 16:30

North America supply chain one year of USMCA

Greg Laskey – Vice President of Purchasing, Toyota North America
Shilpan Amin -Vice President Global Purchasing & Supply Chain, General Motors
Oliver Haase – Senior Vice President of Purchasing & Supplier Network Americas at BMW Group

16:30 – 16:45

Q & A

16:45

Alberto Bustamante, Closure

08:45 – 09:00

Attendee Registration

09:00 – 10:00

Biden administration’s new mobility policy for the U.S.

Matt Blunt –  American Automotive Policy Council president 
Sergio Gómez Lora –  Chief Executive Officer, IQOM Inteligencia Comercial

10:00 – 10:15

Q&A

10:15 – 10:45

30 minutes recess

10:50 – 11:25

How to maintain our production platform in Mexico

Carlos Salazar – CCE President 
José Abugaber – CONCAMIN President
José Medina – COPARMEX National President

11:25 – 12:05

30 minute recess

12:05 – 12:35

4 Disruptive forces in the Automotive industry and Comparative
Study of Supply Chain Practices and trends in Mexico 2021

Xavier OrdóñezPartner – Supply Chain Leader Deloitte Spanish Latin America
Alberto Torrijos – Partner – Automotive Sector Leader Deloitte Spanish Latin America

12:35 – 12:50

Q & A

12:50 – 13:15

25 minutes recess

13:15 – 14:15

Leading Women in the Mexican Industry

Adriana Macouzet – Vice President PPG LA & PMC LA General Manager
Lizette Gracida – Director of Government Affairs, Toyota Motor Mexico
Alexandra Loboda – Managing Director Mexico & Middle America Maersk

14:15 – 14:30

Q & A

14:30

Closure, Adriana Macouzet – Board President of INA

November
10th

SPEAKERS

Alberto Torrijos

Partner – Automotive Sector Leader Deloitte Spanish Latin America

Adriana Macouzet

Vice President PPG LA & PMC LA General Manager

Alexandra Loboda

Managing Director Mexico & Middle America Maersk

Carlos Salazar

President of the Business Coordinating Council

Gerardo Hernández

Spokesman of Sustainability, Audi Mexico

Graeme Clark

Canadian Ambassador to Mexico

Gregory (Greg) E. Laskey

Vice President, Purchasing Supplier Development Toyota Motor North America, Inc.

Guido Vildozo

Senior Manager – Americas Light Vehicles Sales Forecasting

Harald Gottsche

President Grupo BMW San Luis Potosí

José Abugaber

CONCAMIN President

José Medina

COPARMEX National President

Lizette Gracida

Director ofGovernmentAffairs, Toyota Motor Mexico

Luz María de la Mora

Undersecretary for Foreign Trade, Secretariat of Economy, Mexico

Matt Blunt

Presidente de American Automotive Policy Council

Miguel Barbeyto

President and Managing Director, Mazda Motor de México

Oliver Haase

Senior Vice President of Purchasing and Supplier Network Americas

Santiago Cardona

Mexico Country Manager, SMG Intel México

Sergio Gómez Lora

Chief Executive Officer

Shilpan Amin

Vice President Global Purchasing & Supply Chain General Motors

Tatiana Clouthier

Minister of Economy, Federal Government

Xavier Ordóñez

Partner - Supply Chain Leader Deloitte Spanish Latin America

COSTS

INA MEMBER

VIRTUAL

 
$ 250 USD
  • Two days

GENERAL

VIRTUAL

 
$ 325 USD
  • Two days

Note: Cancellations will have a 25% charge and can be made up to 15 days before the event. Any registered and non-attending person who has not officially canceled, is obliged to pay the entire fee.