TUCSON, Ariz., Sept. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Guido Vildozo, the Senior Market Analyst in charge of covering the automotive industry in Latin America at IHS, recently sat down with The Offshore Group to discuss activity and trends in the Mexican automotive industry in 2011.
During the session, Vildozo discusses current macroeconomic movements related to the burgeoning Mexican automotive sector, as well as provides information related to large investments made in the country over the course of 2011 by companies such as Mazda, Nissan, Honda and others. He also discusses what increased OEM activity in Mexico will mean for parts suppliers, and offers projections as to what production volumes in the Mexican automotive industry will look like going forward.
In the podcast, Vildozo also points out that a significant portion of growth that the Mexican automotive industry has recently experienced has been and continues to be driven by non-NAFTA factors, such as the robust economic activity that has recently characterized South America's biggest economy, Brazil.
Listeners can access the Mexican automotive industry podcast by visiting The Offshore Group's website, and can also sign up to automatically receive future recordings on Mexico business topics via RSS Feed.
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ABOUT THE OFFSHORE GROUP
Offshore Group is the largest provider of outsourced manufacturing support, or "shelter" services in Mexico. Currently 57 manufacturers are in production are at The Offshore Group's three industrial parks in Sonora and the city of Saltillo, Coahuila. Through its Vangtel subsidiary The Offshore Group also offers services to companies occupying the call center, IT development and BPO markets, while the International Logistic Solutions Company (ILS) is a leading provider of supply chain services. The Offshore Group has recently initiated operations in Mexico's second largest city, Guadalajara.
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