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    Mexico Automotive Sector, 16 March 2017, Birmingham

    Start date: 16/03/2017
    Cost: Please register via Email Link

    Santander Corporate & Commercial Banking in association with the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders and the Department for International Trade is hosting an Automotive Sector event on 16 March exploring the opportunities that exist in the Mexican Automotive Sector for UK automotive businesses.

    The event will have a live link to Mexico where you will hear a first hand overview of the Mexican Automotive market from a major global automotive supplier that is involved in the sector. There will also be an economic overview from Santander Mexico’s Chief Economist. In the UK there will be speakers from SMMT, DIT, ProMéxico and Santander, on the support available to UK automotive sector businesses to take advantage of the opportunities that exist in the Mexican market.

    Automotive in Mexico

    Mexico is one of the biggest producers of automotive vehicles in the world, ranked 7th largest automotive producer globally and 4th largest worldwide automotive producer and exporter. Eleven of the world’s top automotive OEMs are located in Mexico, these include General Motors, Fiat-Chrysler, Ford, Nissan, Honda, Toyota, Volkswagen, Mazda and Kia.

    15:00  Registration
    15:30  Welcome
    15:35  Live Link to Mexico – Mexican Economic outlook – Overview of Mexico’s Automotive Sector
    16:15  UK Presentations from – ProMéxico – SMMT – DIT – Santander
    17:15  Close & Networking
    18:00  Finish

    National Conference Centre, Coventry Road, Bickenhill, West Midlands, B92 0EJ.
    To register please email; Sabrina Mahmood at

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