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Mexico's auto parts industry was a topic of discussion at Mexico Now's Las Vegas conference in April of 2011.

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  • Las Vegas, Nevada May 19-20, 2011 Bellagio Manufacturing in Mexico Conference Near-Shoring - Maquiladoras - Site Selection For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Why invest in Mexico: Importance and Performance of the Auto Parts Industry NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE PARTS MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION IN MEXICO For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Mexico Overview • A free market economy in the trillion dollar class. • A mixture of modern and outmoded industry and agriculture, increasingly dominated by the private sector. • Recent administrations have expanded competition in seaports, railroads, telecommunications, electricity generation, natural gas distribution, and airports. • Per capita income is roughly one-third that of the US. Source: The Wolrd Factbook, CIA Source: Promexico, SE For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Rank Why Mexico According to the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, compared to global good practice economy as well as selected economies: Mexico is ranked 35 out of 183 economies for Doing Business. 18 1 Source: Doing Business in Mexico, 2011, The Worls Bank 35 43 79 Easy of doing Business, Global 134 115 1 16 28 44 44 109 Protecting Investors, Global Ranking 93 For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com Rank Doing Business 2011 EaseofDoingBusiness StartingaBusiness DealingwithConstructionPermits RegisteringProperty GettingCredit ProtectingInvestors PayingTaxes TradingAcrossBorders EnforcingContracts ClosingaBusiness 35 67 22 105 46 44 107 58 81 23
  • Why Mexico: changes to business regulation “ Mexico launched an online one-stop shop for initiating business registration. Mexico improved construction permitting by merging and streamlining procedures related to zoning and utilities. Mexico increased taxes on companies by raising several tax rates, including the corporate income tax and the rate on cash deposits. At the same time, the administrative burden was reduced slightly with more options for online payment and increased use of accounting software.” Source: Doing Business in Mexico, 2011, The Worls Bank For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Presentation Structure 1. Importance of Auto and Auto Parts Sector in Mexico 1. Interdependence 2. Network of trade agreements 2. Terminal Industry 3. Auto Parts Industry 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Trade Balance Production Value Employment Vehicle Park Demand Structure 4. INA’s Presentation For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • The Mexican automotive industry • Historically, the automobile industry has been a strategic sector for development in Mexico. Its share in the national economy places it as the second most important industry in Mexico, only preceded by the oil industry. • With a vast infrastructure and over 1,250 auto parts companies, the Mexican automobile sector is the 9th largest vehicle producer in the world, and an important platform for manufacturing global products to the highest standards of quality and safety. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Industrial Policy • The Mexican Government sees the new higher quality and ecological standards as a development opportunity. • To push impetus towards more added value activities (engineering, product design, testing and R&D), Mexican Government provides support to attract new investments and to facilitate operation of companies already established in the country. • High support for investment projects that promote innovation and technological development. • Mexico offers incentives, including job training and tax credits on R&D and innovation projects. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Programs to support the Automotive Industry • Decree to support competitiveness of the automotive industry. – It grants benefits (customs, tariffs, government purchases) for the manufacturing of new light vehicles. • Fund to Support Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (Fondo PyME). – Supports projects that promote the creation, development, consolidation and competitiveness of small and medium enterprises. Large companies that contribute directly or indirectly to these activities could also apply for benefits. • PROMEXICO Fund. – Has an active role attracting direct foreign investment by supporting projects that promote economic development. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Importance of the automotive sector • The transportation equipment manufacturing accounted for 18% of manufacturing GDP • • Employment generated by the auto industry represents 10% of manufacturing employment The automotive sector exports represent 23% of total exports For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Source: INA with SE and AT Kearny Information Center for Automotive DesignModels, Mexicali,B.C Design and Engineering Centers Design Center Number: 31 Academy / Research Institutes: 14 Enterprises: 17 Qualified workforce • Mexico has over 750 thousand engineering and technology students. • Every year, 90 thousand engineering and technology students graduate. • Mexican universities offer more than 900 graduate programs related to engineering and technology. TechnologyDevelopmentCenter and Lab EmissionsAnalysis,Toluca,Edo de México Engineeringand Virtual Design Center, CuautitlánEdo de México TechnologyDevelopmentCenter and part design, Puebla, Pbla TestingCenter (Lab. emissions testinglaboratory) Manzanillo,Colima TestingCenter, Capuán, Michoacán Engineeringand Design Center, Toluca,Edo de México Engineeringand Design Center, Toluca,Edo de México For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • SUPPLIERS TIER ONE (SYSTEME & ASSEMBLES) Interdependency Through Value Added Chain NORTH AMERICA, EUROPE, ASIA, AUSTRALIA CHRYSLER, FORD, GM, TOYOTA, NISSAN, VW, HONDA, ETC OTHER SUPPLIERS & RAW MATERIALS (30,000 PARTS) FORGINGS,FOUNDRIES, PLASTICS, ETC STEELS, PLASTICS RESINS, COOPER, ALUMINUM & OTHER SERVICES & SUPPLIES R BOSCH, DELPHI, MAGNA, CONTINENTAL, JOHNSON CONTROLS, ETC NEMAK, KUO, SAN LUIS RASSINI, METALSA, BOCAR, VITRO, CIFUNSA, For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Trade agreements network Mexico has preferential access to 12 free trade agreements with 44 countries with a population of over 1 billion people . 18 days 27 APPRI’s 12 FTA’s 6 ACE’s 12 days 4 days For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Foreign Trade • Since the implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1994, Mexico's share of US imports has increased from 7% to 12%, and its share of Canadian imports has doubled to 5%. Mexico has free trade agreements with over 50 countries including, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, the European Free Trade Area, and Japan, putting more than 90% of trade under free trade agreements. • • Automotive business opportunities in three continents (America, Europe, Asia). Mexico's competitive advantages: a skilled labor force, logistics, low country risk, business environment Source: The Wolrd Factbook, CIA TLC Perú 2011 TLC Chile 1999 TLC UE 2000 TLC TN Guatemala 2001 ALADI MERCOSUR 2002 TLC Urugay 2004 AAE Japón 2005 GATT 1986 ALADI Chile 1992 APEC 1993 OCDE 1994 TLC G3 Colombia* 1995 TLC Nicaragua 1998 Liechtenstein TLCAN EUA TLC CostaRica ALADI Uruguay ALADI Argentina TLC Israel Noruega Suiza ALADI Ecuador ALADI Paraguay ALADI Brasil OMC ALADI Cuba ALADI Perú TLC AELC Islandia ALADI MERCOSUR Source: SE For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Terminal industry NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE PARTS MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION IN MEXICO For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Rkg Country 1 China 2 Japan 3 United State 4 Germany 5 South Koea 6 Brazil Cars Comercial Total Var% 10,383,831 3,407,163 13,790,994 48% 6,862,161 1,072,355 7,934,516 -32% 2,246,470 3,462,382 5,708,852 -34% 4,964,523 245,334 5,209,857 -14% 3,158,417 354,509 3,512,926 -8% 2,576,628 605,989 3,182,617 -1% Mkt Share 22.3% 12.9% 9.3% 8.4% 5.7% 5.2% 7 India 2,166,238 466,456 2,632,694 13% 4.3% 2009 global production In 2009, Mexico was the 10th place worldwide in production 2009PRODUCTION STATISTICS 3.5% 3.3% 2.5% 2.4% 2.3% 1.8% 1.6% 1.6% 1.4% 1.4% 1.4% 1.2% 0.9% 100% 8 Spain 9 France 10 Mexico 11 Canada 12 Iran 13 UK 14 Thailand 15 Tchec Rep. 16 Polonia 17 Turkey 18 Italy 19 Russia 20 Belgium Total 1,812,688 357,390 2,170,078 -15% 1,819,462 228,196 2,047,658 -20% 942,876 618,176 1,561,052 -28% 822,267 668,365 1,490,632 -28% 1,359,520 35,901 1,395,421 10% 999,460 90,679 1,090,139 -34% 313,442 685,936 999,378 -28% 967,760 6,809 974,569 3% 819,000 65,133 884,133 -7% 510,931 358,674 869,605 -24% 661,100 182,139 843,239 -18% 595,839 126,592 722,431 -60% 524,595 12,510 537,354 -26% 47,952,995 13,761,694 61,714,689 -14% Fuente: OICA OICA Source: For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • 2010 global production In 2010, Mexico is the 9th place worldwide in production and increased its share from 2.5% to 3%. 2010PROVISIONALPRODUCTION STATISTICS Mkt Share 23.5% 12.4% 10.0% 7.6% 5.5% 4.7% 4.6% 3.1% 3.0% 2.9% 2.7% 2.1% 2.1% 1.8% 1.8% 1.4% 1.4% 1.1% 1.1% 0.9% 100% Rkg Country 1 China 2 Japan 3 USA 4 Germany 5 South Korea 6 Brazil 7 India 8 Spain 9 Mexico 10 France 11 Canada 12 Thailand 13 Iran 14 Russia 15 UK 16 Turkey 17 Czech Rep. 18 Poland 19 Italy 20 Argentina TOTAL Cars Comercial Total Var% 13,897,083 4,367,584 18,264,667 32.40% 8,307,382 1,318,558 9,625,940 21.30% 2,731,105 5,030,338 7,761,443 35.40% 5,552,409 353,576 5,905,985 13.40% 3,866,206 405,735 4,271,941 21.60% 2,828,273 820,085 3,648,358 14.60% 2,814,584 722,199 3,536,783 33.90% 1,913,513 474,387 2,387,900 10.00% 1,390,163 954,961 2,345,124 50.20% 1,922,339 305,403 2,227,742 8.80% 968,860 1,102,166 2,071,026 39.00% 554,387 1,090,126 1,644,513 64.60% 1,367,014 232,440 1,599,454 14.70% 1,208,362 194,882 1,403,244 93.50% 1,270,444 123,019 1,393,463 27.80% 603,394 491,163 1,094,557 25.90% 1,069,518 6,867 1,076,385 9.50% 785,000 84,376 869,376 -1.10% 573,169 284,190 857,359 1.70% 508,401 208,139 716,540 39.70% 58,264,344 19,345,557 77,609,901 26% Fuente: OICA OICA Source: For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Light vehicle production in Mexico Source: INA with information provided by AMIA For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com OEM DomesticMarket Exports Jan-dec 2009 Jan-dec 2010 Change% Jan-dec 2009 Jan-dec 2010 Change% GeneralMotors 69,628 98,073 41% 280,906 461,277 64% Volkswagen 48,189 73,946 53% 272,051 361,031 33% Nissan 47,692 73,654 54% 227,473 344,675 52% Ford 2,960 10,368 250% 231,370 383,281 66% Chrysler 22,629 27,052 20% 134,453 230,267 71% Honda 10,164 14,026 38% 37,564 40,975 9% Toyota 0 0 0% 42,696 54,278 27% Total 201,262 297,119 48% 1,226,513 1,875,784 53% OEM TotalProduction Jan-dec 2009 Jan-dec 2010 Change% GeneralMotors 350,534 559,350 60% Volkswagen 320,240 434,977 36% Nissan 275,165 418,329 52% Ford 234,330 393,649 68% Chrysler 157,082 257,319 64% Honda 47,728 55,001 15% Toyota 42,696 54,278 27% Total 1,427,775 2,172,903 52%
  • OEM 2009 2010 Change % Heavy vehicle production in Mexico TOTAL 56,642 86,197 52% Source: INA with information provided by ANPACT For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com Freightliner 24,933 43,705 75% International 20,264 26,468 31% Kenworth 6,037 10,325 71% MB 2,918 2,970 2% Volvo 654 659 1% VW 958 651 -32% Isuzu 312 570 83% Hino 89 354 298% Scania 240 339 41% Dina 132 143 8% Omnibús 50 12 -76% Man 55 1 -98%
  • 1950 1952 1954 1956 1958 1960 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972 1974 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 130% 110% 3,000,000 3,500,000 Forecast The manufacture of vehicles has gone through several recessions, the deepest among them was in 1982-1983 and 2008-2009. In 2009, the automotive sector suffered a contraction of -29% in vehicle assembly, which was recovered in 2010 with a growth of 50%. It is expected that light vehicle production will remain constant in 2011, growing 5% in 2012 and 12% in 2013. Light Vehicle Production - History & Forecast -50% 90% 70% 50% 30% 0 10% 1,000,000 -10% 500,000 -30% 2,500,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 Vehicle Production(Units) AnnualGrowth Rate Source: INA with information provided by CIEMEX-WEFA, AMIA, ANPACT y CSM Auto Worldwide y Global Insight For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Auto parts industry NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE PARTS MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION IN MEXICO For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Autoparts companies: global top 20 2009 World Ranking First by Country Company Country Country Company World Ranking 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Denso Corp. Robert Bosch GmbH Aisin Seiki Co. Continental AG Magna International Inc. LG Chem Ltd. Faurecia Johnson Controls Inc. Delphi Holding LLP Japan Germany Japan Germany Canada S. Korea France USA USA Japan Germany Canada S. Korea France USA Italy Sweden United Kingdom Denso Corp. Robert Bosch GmbH Magna International Inc. LG Chem Ltd. Faurecia Johnson Controls Inc. Magneti Marelli S.p.A. Autoliv Inc. GKN Driveline 1 2 5 6 7 8 24 28 53 10 ZF Friedrichshafen AG 11 TRW Automotive Inc. 12 Hyundai Mobis Germany USA Korea Mexico Switzerland Netherlands Nemak Honeywell Transportation Systems Royal Philips Electronics 63 69 75 13 Valeo SA 14 Toyota Boshoku Corp. France Japan 15 Lear Corp. 16 Yazaki Corp. 17 Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd. 18 BASF SE 19 Hitachi Automotive Systems Ltd. 20 Benteler Automobiltechnik GmbH USA Japan Japan Germany Japan Germany Source: TOP 100 Global OEM parts Suppliers 2009, Ernst & Young, June 2010 In Mexico are installed the most important companies worldwide For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • FOREIGN COMPANIES NATIONAL COMPANIES 18 100% OEM Structure of automotive manufacturing 1,260 70% 30% AUTO PART MANUFACTURER FIRST TIER PROVIDERS: 365 Source:SE,INEGI & INA 22 For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Mexican auto parts trade balance • Imports 2010: $27,821 million of usd • Exports 2010: $37,996 million of usd The trade balance remains in surplus. For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Mexico’s Partners: Exports Two major partners: - United States received 90% of exports - Canada received 4% USDMillion Rking Country 2010 2009 2008 2010-2009 2010-2008 2010 2009 2008 0 -- El Mundo-- - $37,996.49 $26,012.76 $35,866.38 46% 6% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 1 United States $34,151.04 $23,519.92 $32,810.75 45% 4% 89.9% 90.4% 91.5% 2 Canada $1,354.83 3 Germany $284.86 $826.79 $208.98 $761.46 64% 78% $336.22 36% -15% 3.6% 3.2% 0.7% 0.8% 2.1% 0.9% 5 Japan $264.14 $168.69 $218.09 57% 21% 0.7% 0.6% 0.6% Change % MktShare Source: INA with World Trade Atlas information 4 Brazil - $297.77 $168.64 $227.85 77% 31% 0.8% 0.6% 0.6% 6 UK $166.62 $60.71 $99.37 174% 68% 0.4% 0.2% 0.3% 7 China - 8 Australia - 9 Colombia - $183.55 $166.90 $91.27 $149.41 $155.41 $59.98 $165.33 23% 11% $234.03 7% -29% $72.05 52% 27% 0.5% 0.6% 0.4% 0.6% 0.2% 0.2% 0.5% 0.7% 0.2% 11 Thailand $43.70 $16.57 $21.53 164% 103% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 12 Argentina - 13 Guatemala - $77.65 $59.63 $30.72 $47.66 $29.49 153% 163% $57.24 25% 4% 0.2% 0.1% 0.2% 0.2% 0.1% 0.2% 10 Spain $42.40 $30.11 $72.75 41% -42% 0.1% 0.1% 0.2% 14 Venezuela - 15 CostaRica - $65.48 $47.23 $66.82 $36.77 $78.38 -2% -16% $42.52 28% 11% 0.2% 0.3% 0.1% 0.1% 0.2% 0.1% For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Mexico’s Partners: Imports U.S. provides 60% China 10% Japan 8% Canada and Germany 5% USDMillion Rking Country 2010 2009 2008 2010-2009 2010-2008 2010 2009 2008 0 -- El Mundo-- - $27,821.40 $21,310.95 $28,447.37 31% -2% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 1 United States $15,660.57 $11,071.39 $15,672.97 41% 0% 56.3% 52.0% 55.1% 2 China - $2,726.41 $2,203.88 $2,399.46 24% 14% 9.8% 10.3% 8.4% 3 Japan $2,289.58 $1,807.31 $2,532.56 27% -10% 8.2% 8.5% 8.9% 5 Canada $1,433.44 $990.79 $1,110.26 45% 29% 5.2% 4.6% 3.9% Change % MktShare 4 Germanu $1,287.33 $1,840.99 $1,683.10 -30% -24% 4.6% 8.6% 5.9% 6 South Korea $880.41 $588.65 $834.70 50% 5% 3.2% 2.8% 2.9% 7 Brazil - $726.90 $819.04 $1,153.55 -11% -37% 2.6% 3.8% 4.1% 8 Taiwan - $359.82 $249.91 $411.06 44% -12% 1.3% 1.2% 1.4% 9 Italy $222.10 11 France $206.44 12 Spain $189.72 13 Thailand $188.09 $141.16 $151.05 $142.50 $143.02 $236.84 57% -6% $264.68 37% -22% $251.91 33% -25% $210.04 32% -10% 0.8% 0.7% 0.8% 0.7% 0.7% 0.9% 0.7% 0.7% 0.9% 0.7% 0.7% 0.7% 10 India - $179.04 $100.19 $122.19 79% 47% 0.6% 0.5% 0.4% 14 UK $139.86 $122.02 $202.39 15% -31% 0.5% 0.6% 0.7% 15 Malasia - $121.34 $70.13 $57.16 73% 112% 0.4% 0.3% 0.2% Source: INA with World Trade Atlas information For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • United States Partners NAFTA is the principal a auto part supplier for the United States with almost 50%, Asia and Europe are the next 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Mexico Canada Japan China Germany Brazil Mexico remains the largest supplier with 31% of imports, will Canadian with 16%, Japan with 13% China to 11%, Germany with 7% and Brazil 1.4%. Mexico's participation has increased steadily while that of Canada and Japan has declined. China is the country whose penetration has grown considerably in the last 10 years Source:International Trade Administration For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • . Employment in Automotive Parts Sector Employment in manufacturing grew 4.8% in the last month of 2010 compared to the level of December 2009. 2008 (-9%). Source:INA with EIMA information,INEGI 531,543 jobs were reported Ii December 2010, representing 17% more than in December 2009 and 9% more than in December 2008. On average 501,024 jobs were created in 2010 to 441,098 in 2009 (+14%) and 549,096 in 2008 For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Fuente: INA con datos de EIMA, INEGI Cifrasdefinitivas 3rotrim 10 3ertrim07 1ertrim 05 3ertrim 05 1ertrim 06 3ertrim 06 1ertrim 07 1ertrim 08 3ertrim 08 1ertrim 09 3ertrim 09 1ertrim 10 Automotive Parts Production Values 80% 100% $6,000,000 $7,000,000 AutopartsValue Production (trimestral,thousandoifusd) Source:INA with EIMA information,INEGI -40% -60% $1,000,000 $- 60% $5,000,000 40% $4,000,000 20% $3,000,000 0% $2,000,000 -20% For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Automotive Parts Value Production by System After the crisis in 2009, the auto parts industry has recovered, exceeding 2008 levels by 6% and 2009 levels by 50% Value inThousands of Dollars Transmissions, Clutch and its Parts Engine Parts Electric Parts Gasoline Engines Carpets and Seats Suspension, Direction and its Parts Oil, Lubricants and Vehicle Liquids Stamped and its Parts Automotive Accessories and Parts Tires Vehicle Bodies Vehicle Rubber Products Brakes and its Parts Glass, Crystal and Windshields Cooling Other TOTAL Jan-Dec 2010 $9,416,729 $8,077,016 $7,715,261 $5,513,124 $4,840,733 $2,910,856 $2,360,634 $2,058,594 $1,992,908 $1,770,124 $1,389,420 $1,225,211 $1,033,997 $890,064 $236,123 $12,739,711 $61,975,611 Jan-Dec 2009 $5,814,841 $4,764,627 $6,091,178 $3,865,059 $3,159,960 $1,928,587 $2,110,693 $1,321,928 $1,498,337 $1,393,334 $1,190,152 $858,244 $667,453 $676,394 $252,098 $5,634,156 $41,227,040 Jan-Dec 2008 $7,140,616 $7,793,453 $8,911,336 $5,119,142 $4,532,546 $2,539,011 $2,541,770 $1,877,218 $2,521,448 $1,834,909 $2,173,405 $1,061,990 $1,236,496 $884,671 $358,193 $7,768,614 $58,294,816 Change (%) 10-09 62% 70% 27% 43% 53% 51% 12% 56% 33% 27% 17% 43% 55% 32% -6% 126% 50% Change (%) 10-08 32% 4% -13% 8% 7% 15% -7% 10% -21% -4% -36% 15% -16% 1% -34% 64% 6% Source:INA with EIMA information,INEGI For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Automotive Parts Value Production Source:INA with EIMA information,INEGI For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Automotive Parts Demand Structure Billion of USD 2010 2009 2008 100% 61% 39% Source: INA Auto parts Value Production Exports OEM Supplier 1st level - Tier 1 Aftermarket Domestic Market OEM Aftermarket Importaciones OEM Aftermarket Total Demand $61.97 $37.99 $26.59 $7.60 $3.80 $23.98 $16.79 $7.19 $27.82 $19.47 $8.35 $89.79 $41.20 $26.01 $18.21 $5.20 $2.60 $15.70 $10.99 $4.71 $21.31 $14.92 $6.39 $62.51 $58.30 $35.90 $25.13 $7.18 $3.59 $22.40 $15.68 $6.72 $28.44 $19.91 $8.53 $86.74 For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Nota:Las cifras no incluyen vehículos usados importados desde Estados Unidos y Canadá Note:importof used vehicles include onlylegal vehicles for definitive use Vehicles on road in Mexico National market: 28 marks for light vehicles 12 brands of heavy vehicles More than 500 models Age Transportation Vehicles 16 year old is the average age 12 million vehicles on the road are over 16 years old Figuresin millions of units Source: INA with information provided by AMIA, ANPACT and SAT Range of Age Vehicles Sold New Imported used from U.S. and Canada Total (millions of units % of vehicle per range 10 years 11-15 years 16-20 years 21-30 years 31 and more Total 11.1 (46%) 2.4 (10%) 3.1 (13%) 4.1 (17%) 3.7 (15%) 24.5 (100%) 2.5 (42%) 1.8 (30%) 1.5 (26%) 0.1 (2%) 0.01 (0%) 6 (100%) 13.6 4.2 4.6 4.2 3.7 30.3 45% 14% 14% 15% 12% 100% For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • • Vehicles Objectives Strengthen the domestic market as well as the export market • Renewal of vehicles • Investment attraction • Free Trade Agreements Developing Innovation and Technology • Systems and Components Be a Global Manufacturing Center • Geographic Location • Automotive Manufacturing Experience • Real competitiveness • Supplier Development For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Mission of the Association Development and Competitiveness INDUSTRIANACIONAL DEAUTOPARTES, A.C. Representativeness Synergy and Profitability For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Vision of the Association Strategic Well Known Competitiveness Alliances Vision For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Relationships Academy • National • International House of Representatives • Senators • Deputies Government • Federal • Local Industry • • • • OEM´S Autoparts Clústers Others NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE PARTS MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION IN MEXICO For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Special Events For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE PARTS MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION IN MEXICO Thank you!! www.ina.org.mx www.ciiam.com www.expoina.mx www.electraton.com.mx E- mail : [email_address] Phone: (+52 55) 5682 58 62 Comptroller: Ext. 106 Economic Studies: Ext.120 Foreign Trade and Norms: Ext.124 Special Events and Member Support: Ext.118 38 For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com
  • Las Vegas, Nevada May 19-20, 2011 Bellagio Manufacturing in Mexico Conference Near-Shoring - Maquiladoras - Site Selection For more Mexico business information, visit the presentations section of The Offshore Group website, www.offshoregroup.com