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Guillermo Rosales
Deputy General Director
Mexican Association of Automotive Distributors, A.C. (AMDA)

Guillermo’s responsibilities at AMDA include coordination of lobbying activities, sectoral studies and public communications. In his role there, Guillermo has collaborated with the Mexican government, the authorities in Veracruz, the development bank Banrural and private sector companies. Initially a fisheries engineer, Guillermo holds a master’s degree in finance from the Universidad Veracruzana.

Alfonso Negrete
Director of Automotive & Cross-Border Operations, Ryder Mexico
Ryder System

Alfonso is responsible for maintaining and developing strategic initiatives and high-level performance within Ryder´s automotive operations. With more than 20 years of supply chain and foreign trade compliance experience in the automotive sector, he has served in positions of increasing responsibility within Ryder since 1997 and has contributed to Ryder Mexico’s continuous growth. Alfonso graduated in industrial engineering from Tecnologico de Monterrey (ITESM) and holds a master´s degree from Universidad Iberoamericana (Ibero).

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Government, Public and Institutional Affairs Director
Honda

Sylvia has held a number of private and public sector roles, including periods with companies such as Cerrey and Aduaneros Mexicanos, and stints with the Municipality of Monterrey and FIDE. She has also worked at the Secretariat of the Environment and Natural Resources, where she was involved among other things with the development of new regulations relating to energy-efficient vehicles and heavy vehicle noise. Her current position at Honda involves work with government bodies, associations and other industry organisations, and has included helping to develop the Celaya railway project and representing Honda as the new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) was developed.

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Luis Alfredo Garcia Rivera
Assistant Secretary
Ministry of Foreign Affairs

With over 16 years of experience, Luis has considerable engineering knowledge in such areas as vehicle design, product launches (in particular, at assembly plants in Mexico, the US, South Korea and Japan), vehicle architecture, vehicle performance, advanced vehicle development and vehicle safety. His experience has given him particular skills in teamwork, project management and the resolution of operational issues, as well as a strong focus on good communications, customer satisfaction and profitability.

Rafael Lopez
Material Planning and Logistics Director
Ford Mexico

Rafael has extensive experience in manufacturing, quality and supply chain with over 30 years working for OEMs and their suppliers in Mexico and abroad. He holds a Bachelor´s Degree in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering from Universidad La Salle and is a post graduate in quality and statistics.

Alfonso Gutiérrez
Transport Planning, Materials and Finished Vehicles Manager
Volkswagen de México

Alfonso Gutiérrez is responsible for a full range of operations and strategic planning across the inbound and outbound supply chain for Volkswagen’s vehicle and powertrain production in Mexico. He oversees planning for supplier network integration, as well as achieving logistics cost optimisation for both inbound and outbound logistics, working with purchasing departments to tender and contract logistics services to and from global locations. He has more than 15 years’ experience in logistics.

Oscar Albin
Executive President
National Industry of Automotive Parts

Oscar, who was born in Mexico City, completed his university studies in mechanical engineering at Tecnológico de Monterrey and is currently pursuing a master's degree in renewable energies. He began his career in 1982 at Volkswagen of Mexico before a long stint with Chrysler that culminated in him becoming Director of Procurement and Quality at Chrysler de México. During his tenure at Chrysler, he served in Detroit, Michigan, as Development Manager responsible for Mexican suppliers and subsequently, as a result of the merger of Daimler and Chrysler, spent a period with Mercedes-Benz Spain as Procurement Director. He has held his current post since 2012.

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Sharon Gray
Global Director, Automotive Key Accounts
CHEP Automotive and Industrial Solutions

Based in Detroit, Sharon focuses on developing executive relationships and driving growth across regions supporting CHEP’s regional teams with business development and strategies aligned with its global vision. Sharon has more than twenty years of automotive industry experience in key account sales and trade lane roles. At TNT, Sharon was a Global Strategy Manager for automotive and industrial. Prior to TNT, Sharon worked for DHL with responsibility for international sales management and was a Trade Lane Manager to China. Sharon holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from MidAmerica Nazarene University.

Roberto Zavala
VP Mexico Operations
Wallenius Wilhelmsen Solutions

Since joining WWL in 2007, Roberto has held a range of positions including Project and Commercial Manager for WWL Mexico and Global Commercial Strategy Manager, based in New Jersey and in Oslo, Norway. In 2014, he was given overall responsibility for WW Operations in Mexico, where the company employs 2,000 people and serves various OEM customers at 13 locations. Roberto previously worked as Sales Manager at the Genesee & Wyoming Railroad in Mexico. He is an accredited civil engineer from the National University of Mexico and holds an MSc in the management of logistics and transportation from the Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Juan Farías Negretti

Juan Farías Negretti
VP and Managing Director
Faurecia Interior Systems (FIS) Mexico

Juan is a native Mexican with 21 years of experience in the automotive and transport industries. He has held management positions in Germany, South Africa, the United States and Mexico, focusing on such areas as programme management, start-ups, P&L improvements and financial/operational turnarounds. In his current role, he has responsibility for all the manufacturing and quality activities of FIS in Mexico, including programme management, engineering and local customer interfaces. Juan holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the UDLA-Puebla and an MBA from the University of Texas. He also holds several diplomas from the ITESM, Nelson Mandela University, Lancom Finance and Management Institute and the London Business School, among others.

Enrique Enrich

Enrique Enrich
Director General
Scania México

Enrique, who is an economist from the University of São Paulo, Brazil, has worked at commercial vehicle manufacturer Scania Group for more than 20 years, holding different positions in several countries including Brazil, Sweden and Colombia.

Joe Carlier
Senior Vice President of Global Sales
Penske Logistics

Joe is responsible for global sales and business development for the company's offices in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. Before assuming his current role, he was Vice-President of Sales for Penske's Central region for six years. He has over a quarter-century of sales and operations experience in the transportation industry and during his time at Penske has been a three-time recipient of its top sales award and a two-time winner of the company's field operational excellence honor. Joe is a member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and has a host of local and regional supply chain business affiliations.

Antonio Zepeda Torres
Commercial Director
CSI Group

Arturo Rangel

Arturo Rangel
VP International Affairs
Canacintra

Arturo has been Chairman of the Automotive Sector and Vice-President of Foreign Trade and International Affairs at Canacintra since 2016. In this role, he has represented the interests of the Mexican industry in the negotiation of various free trade agreements including the TPP, Pacific Alliance, Panama, Brazil and, more recently, the new USMCA. He has otherwise worked as Corporate Attorney at Novartis; General Counsel at the biotechnology company Syngenta; Regulatory Attorney at the Gillette Group; and Customs Counsel for the Delphi Group. Arturo has also previously served as chairman of the Customs Committee before the auto part manufacturers; and as Secretary on the Customs Committee of the Mexican Bar Association.

Adrian Contreras
Regional Customer Service Manager
CHEP

Adrian is responsible for growing new business in Mexico and working with customers to maximise the efficiencies and potential in their supply chain. Over the past three years, he has implemented programmes for a variety of customers in the automotive and industrial sector. With his strong knowledge of the industry and an eye for detail, Adrian has opened up opportunities for new business and lane expansion, creating tangible long-term value for CHEP Automotive & Industrial Solutions. Among other things, he has also actively contributed to a high-impact savings initiative in support of the opening of a new service center in Querétaro.

Carlos Lazzeri
Logistics Group Manager
Bocar Group

Carlos has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of the Americas, Puebla (UDLAP) and more than 20 years’ experience in supply chain management, working for global companies such as SKF, Kautex Textron, JCI, Benteler, SAS and Bocar Group in just-in-time and just-in-sequence environments. From 2011 to date, Carlos has been contributing to the development of a new lean logistics operation at Bocar Group, helping it to meet high customer expectations with top quality levels while reducing logistics costs.

Laura Pérez Grovas

Laura Pérez Grovas
Director of Supply Chain
José Cuervo

Laura Pérez Grovas is responsible for the supply chain at José Cuervo, the world’s largest tequila maker and one of Mexico’s best-known brands. She has nearly 15 years of supply chain management experience in the food and drink sector (FMCG), having overseen demand and production planning, customer service, logistics and transport management for major companies including Bonafont-Danone Waters, Dr Pepper Snapple Group and McCain Foods.

Ignacio García de Presno
Head of Infrastructure
KPMG Mexico

Ignacio, who joined KPMG in 2015, has over 20 years’ experience in the infrastructure sector, working with developers, banks and consulting firms. He has been responsible for the evaluation and structuring of financing for infrastructure projects in the water, sanitation and roads sectors, as well as analysing and financing numerous real estate projects. He has participated in several technical committees responsible for the management of different infrastructure projects and in the 1994 crisis was part of the committee of banks that negotiated the toll road support scheme with the Mexican government, based on interest rate swaps.

Berenice Egure
International Trade and Customs Partner
KPMG Mexico

Berenice has worked with KPMG for five years, providing consultancy relating to customs compliance, international trade audits, export promotion programmes, tax strategy services, risk analysis related to trade, and implementation of internal controls for companies in various industries. Along the way, she has participated in the analysis of tariff preferences for the automotive industry, marketers and consumer companies, with the aim of promoting the free trade agreements that Mexico has signed. For the last two years, Berenice has also lectured on foreign trade issues at the University of Valle de México.

Victor Lomeli
Business Development Senior Manager, Ryder Mexico
Ryder System

Victor joined Ryder in 2018 to help develop its business in Mexico by managing the strategic development of its automotive, aerospace and industrial operations. He previously worked for companies including City Southern de Mexico (KCSM) and Canadian National (CN). Victor holds a master’s degree in business administration from UR and Texas A&M, as well as an international business degree from Tecnologico de Monterrey (ITESM).

Enrique Romero
Supply & Infrastructure Coordinator for Mexico
Chevron Corporation

Enrique, who graduated in business administration and management from Universidad Anahuac, has a passion for the automotive industry and has worked in a range of positions for several OEMs – most recently at McLaren as Commercial Director for Mexico. His current position in the fuel sector with Chevron is helping the company to establish itself in the Mexican market.

Daniel Codesal
Aftersales Manager
KhS Global

Luis Gerardo Bravo Hernandez
Packaging Engineer
Oshkosh Corporation

Patrick Nily
Global Key Account Manager
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