Rever attends the forum “Proveeduría Automotriz del Norte” in Monterrey City
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Monterrey, Nuevo León- September 3rd, 2019
Proveedor Automotriz is the most prestigious business convention specialized in the supply chain for the automotive industry in the north of Mexico.
An exclusive event held since 2011 Organized by CLAUT, Cluster Automotriz de Nuevo León, with the support of the Secretary of Economy of the Nuevo León State, one of the most important regions for the Automotive industry, 20 % of Mexico’s total auto parts is produced here; with the purpose of promoting business and the national integration of automotive suppliers.
The 2018 edition, had more than 560 participants, 268 companies in the auto industry and had 572 business meetings. Some of the companies that have participated are Bosch, Arconic, Katcon, John Deere, Caterpillar, to name a few.
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