With Covid travel restrictions just now lifting for western executives to travel to China, companies are reminded that success in China is heavily dependent on having the right personnel and ensuring the China operation has the right ethical corporate culture.
Manufacturing for export and sourcing in China is becoming more difficult due to increasing labor costs, high production expenses, volatile tariffs, political tensions, as well as challenging and changing rules & regulations.
Find out why C-level executives are now migrating from China to Mexico to improve the reliability of their supply chains.
Find out what companies are doing to leverage Mexican automotive suppliers to reduce dependence on Chinese suppliers.
Discover what the challenges are to source the 5 key industrial components are in Mexico in this webinar.
Companies are looking to improve their Global Supply Chain and Manufacturing Strategies, which includes potentially diversifying their supply chain and manufacturing into Mexico if their market is US/North America.
Leveraging Mexico to reduce dependence on Asian automotive suppliers to improve your global automotive supply chain.
This webinar discusses how companies have successfully managed their supply chain diversification to Mexico, Central Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia.
Mexico is a good supply chain base for certain products, but is not a replacement for China. This webinar helps companies decide if Mexico should be part of your global supply chain strategy.
This webinar discusses how companies can diversify their supply chains into Mexico, Asia and Central Eastern Europe.