Mexico. Different experts from the automotive sector presented the National Agency of Suppliers of the Automotive Sector (ANAPSA) in view of the possible arrival of 400 companies in the next two years due to nearshoring or relocation of production chains.
Miguel Gonzalez Regalado, Customs Broker of Grupo Visión, who will be in charge of Imports and Exports and member of the new agency, pointed out that this industry is moving from global platforms to regional platforms in which suppliers are not found at great distances, preferably within a radius of 10 kilometers.
Another member is Jorge Prado, from the company Good Solution, who will be in charge of the area of supplier linkage, sourcing, business development, B2B Sales, Shelter and Real Estate at ANAPSA. He highlighted that the automotive sector in North America has had significant growth as the United States is the second country that manufactures light vehicles in the world with 12 million units per year.
ANAPSA will also be made up of Jaime Galicia, from the law firms Lit Consulting, in charge of the foreign trade area. Likewise, Miguel Méndez will be in the area of B2B Sales; Sandra Ortega, from the IRN Verification, Inspection and Regulatory Regulation Unit, will be in charge of the Standardization part; and Fuentes Noriega's law firm will be responsible for the labor and union side of ANAPSA.