Manufacturing News

VW to introduce a new compact crossover in U.S. by 2019; might be built in Mexico
Volkswagen will launch a new compact crossover in the United States in 2019, to fill a gap below the new Mexico-built Tiguan, after U.S. dealers gave a firm commitment they can sell enough of the vehicle to make it profitable, a source at the company told Automotive News. Whether the T-Roc will be...
ProMexico estimates investment worth US$14 billion in 2017
Mexico is expected to attract FDI investment valued at US$14.4 billion in 2017, said Paulo Carreño King, Director of ProMexico. He declared that this has been a complex year, with some economies shrinking down. However, ProMexico is maintaining last year's numbers. ProMexico's Director, who is part...
Morocco offers business opportunities for Queretaro
There are business opportunities awaiting for Queretaro entrepreneurs at the Tanger Med Zone (TMZ) in Morocco, highlighted Greetel Chable Garcia, Director of ProMexico Queretaro. Local companies may find investment participation in the automotive, aerospace and electronic industries, aimed towards i...
French companies interested in investing in Mexico
Dominique Azam, President of the Mexico chapter of the French Foreign Trade Advisors, affirms that French companies are optimist and chose to trust in future, mid-term and short-term investment in Mexico. The organization will keep track of the NAFTA renegotiation, however, they prospect French busi...
Mexican plant continuing as it always had, says BMW CEO after meeting with Trump
The meeting between BMW CEO Harald Krüger and U.S. President Donald Trump "went well", the executive told at a press conference in Munich days after he took part in the committee that joined Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel during her visit to the White House.   Krüger was to make a representati...