As heavy vehicle OEMs including chassis and bodies producers and their suppliers gathered in Guadalajara to take part in Expo Autotransporte 2017. This is the largest event for the heavy vehicle segment in Mexico and a key place for transport companies, manufacturers and associated services suppliers to do business and learn about the new technologies and trends that storm the industry. As Industry 4.0 permeates the Mexican automotive industry and NAFTA renegotiations continue in a stalemate, some companies are expanding their industrial capabilities and the public sector is boosting the industry’s development.

National

Industry 4.0 practices permeate Baja California Sur’s

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automotive, electronics and medic industries

Laguna Automotive Cluster looks for FDI diversification to prevent risk

Tijuana hosts Advanced Manufactured Meetings 4.0 to support the city’s transition to an automatized industry.

Industrial area where Audi plant located to become Special Economic Zone with the support of Puebla’s state government

Cummins to invest US$44 million to increase the capacity of its assembly plant in San Luis Potosi

Gerardo Ruiz Esparza from SCT inaugurates ANPACT’s Expo Transporte 2017, Mexico Automotive Review takes part in the event

SaarGummi plants to expand its plant in Queretaro and expects to double its employee numbers

International

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MAN spends US$2.8 billion to improve plants in Europe, Asia and Africa to overhaul production

VW agrees to pay US$69 million to settle emission suits in New Jersey

GM to introduce EV family by 2021 that will cost less to build and deliver a profit

Toyota Motor may sell locally designed and manufactured EVs in China

Daimler AG to invest US$755 million to produce EVs and their batteries in China

Ford to invest over 750 million Euros in its Valencia plant

VW boosts its entrance to EV market with US$40 billion spending plan

Honda to recall 900,000 minivans due to malfunction in seat latching

Aston Martin to recover profitability with Vantage model

German automakers expect greater output growth in 2018 as they approach to record production in 2017

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