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Top 10 opportunities in
the Automotive and Auto
parts industries in
Mexico
…AND HOW TO START SERVING THOSE CLIENTS FROM A ...
About American Industries Group
American Industries Group has helped over 200 global companies to successfully start up an...
How we help companies to succeed in Mexico!
We are present at all stages of your industrial
business needs in Mexico:
We h...
Contents
 Automotive and Auto parts indicators and trends in Mexico
 Top 10 Automotive OEMs and their production forecas...
Automotive and Auto parts
indicators and trends in Mexico
Production of vehicles in the World, 1997-2013
MillionUnits
Annual average rate of growth , 2013-2020
Global Markets 3.8%
...
Production Export/Domestic Market Ratio
Mexico exports up to 81.7% of its vehicle production output, therefore it becomes ...
In 2015 Mexico will offer savings of 16 % with regard to the manufacturing costs in USA, while China will have reduced
its...
Automotive and Auto parts GDP,
2005-2013
Automotive and Auto parts GDP
*Rates were calculated between third quarter of 201...
Foreign Direct Investment and Free Trade Agreements
After the enactment of the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA),...
*From 1997- 2012 data from AMIA for Mexico and OICA for USA and Canada. From 2013- 2019 forecast
from IHS Global Insight.
...
Production of light vehicles in Mexico 2002-2019
Source: INA with information from AMIA
+ 47%
Source: INA with information from AMIA
Total 1,312
Total 2,423.1
85%
68%
8%
13%
6%
5%
15%
ThousandUnits
Other
Europe
Latin...
Balance Trade of Automotive Sector in Mexico
During 2013, balance trade of automotive sector reached a surplus of 38,774 m...
Production and exports of heavy vehicles in Mexico, 2000-2013
Source: ANPACT
+ 60%
 Mexico is the 5th largest exporter / importer of auto parts on a global level
World Trade of Auto Parts 2013
Source: Pro...
Mexican Exports & Imports of Auto Parts per Country
Country Exports % Country Imports %
USA 52,031 90.1% USA 20,872 54.6%
...
Auto parts production by country 2013
During 2013 Mexico was the 6th largest producer of auto parts in the world with a pr...
Auto Parts Production and Forecast
Source: INA with information from INEGI, AMIA and IHS Global Insight
Auto Parts Production per State, 2013 (includes engines and transmissions)
Source: INA with information from INEGI
Bajío Z...
Source: INA with information from INEGI
Auto Parts Production per State, 2013 (includes engines and transmissions)
18.2%
1...
Automotive Industry in Mexico
Are you ready
to start
providing your
products and
services to any
or some of
these supply
c...
Automotive Clusters and Supply Chain Integration
When will you start
the distribution or
even manufacturing
operations of ...
Top 10 Automotive OEMs and
their production forecast
ARE YOU READY TO TAKE YOUR PIECE OF THIS GROWTH?
Forecast of Light Vehicle Production in Mexico, 2014-2019
Source: INA with information from IHS Global Insight
OEM 2014 20...
Light Vehicle Sales in Mexico per OEM
Source: INA with information from AMIA
Total 1,099.9
Total 611.2
Total 754.9
Total 8...
Main OEM’s and Tier One Supplier with Design Engineering Centers in Mexico
Enterprise Number of Engineers
FORD 800
Chrysle...
Top 10 auto parts needed in Mexico
to support imports and exports
ARE YOU READY TO TAKE YOUR PIECE OF THIS GROWTH?
Main Auto Parts Imported, 2013
Source: INA with information from Global Trade Atlas
Auto Parts
TOTAL 2012
(Million USD)
TO...
Main Auto Parts Exported, 2013
Source: INA with information from Global Trade Atlas
Auto Parts
TOTAL 2012
(Million USD)
TO...
Mexico’s Industrial
Incubator Program
DESIGNED TO MAKE IT EASY FOR YOUR COMPANY TO START BUSINESS
OPERATIONS TO SERVE THE ...
Mexico’s Industrial Incubator Program: what it is
It is a program that got specially designed for companies that have no p...
Mexico’s Industrial Incubator Program: Benefits
You will get assistance with:
 B2B meetings and business agenda coordinat...
Mexico’s Industrial Incubator Program: Stages
The incubator program will help you to take your first steps in Mexico entir...
Sharing Responsibilities under the Incubator Program
•Management to direct operations.
• Machinery & equipment.
• Raw mate...
Mexico’s Industrial Incubator Program: How to qualify
You can qualify for this program if you want to start any of the fol...
What are the Next Steps?
Request your free Application
Form to apply for the Incubator
Program today at:
www.AmericanIndus...
Thank You
www.AmericanIndustriesGroup.com
For more information contact:
José Nuñez / Myrna de las Casas
Soft Landing & Sta...
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Top 10 opportunities in the automotive and auto parts industries in mexico

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Key indicators and growth trends about the automotive and auto parts industries in Mexico.
Top 10 Automotive OEMs and their forecasts for the following years
Top 10 Auto parts demanded for imports and exports in Mexico
Mexico's Industrial incubator program

Should you have more questions in regards to how to start doing business in Mexico, contact us at www.AmericanIndustriesGroup.com

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Top 10 opportunities in the automotive and auto parts industries in mexico

  1. 1. Top 10 opportunities in the Automotive and Auto parts industries in Mexico …AND HOW TO START SERVING THOSE CLIENTS FROM A COST COMPETITIVE LOCATION By Xavier Hurtado – Soft Landing and Start up Facilitator in Mexico
  2. 2. About American Industries Group American Industries Group has helped over 200 global companies to successfully start up and grow distribution and manufacturing operations throughout Mexico since 1976 through Site Selection, Incubator Programs, Administrative “Shelter” services and Industrial Real Estate. Reynosa MonterreyGómez Palacio & Torreon Camargo El Paso Gómez Farias Chihuahua San Luis Potosi México D.F. Juárez Querétaro Delicias León Monclova Guadalajara Saltillo Regional Offices, Incubator Locations Shelter and/or Real Estate Customers SilaoLocations wherewe serve our clientsin Mexico Real Estate We have built over 12 M Sq. Ft. Portfolio in the most important industrial regions throughout Mexico Shelter & Start-up Services • 50 Customers currently served • Over 9,700 Customer’s headcount • Over 30,000 trouble-free import and export transactions per year
  3. 3. How we help companies to succeed in Mexico! We are present at all stages of your industrial business needs in Mexico: We help you find the right location for your operations in Mexico including the coordination of business agendas in different regions. Site Selection Start up under an Incubator Shelter Program Expansion in other regions in Mexico Supply Chain / Divisions Relocation We take care of all start up, legal, operational and environmental permits, human resources, customs, logistics, fiscal, accounting and all the administrative part of the business. We help you grow your business by working together with industrial clusters and associations to promote your business in different regions in Mexico. We help you to educate and relocate your foreign suppliers or other divisions near your operations in Mexico.
  4. 4. Contents  Automotive and Auto parts indicators and trends in Mexico  Top 10 Automotive OEMs and their production forecast  Top 10 Auto parts currently needed to support imports and exports in Mexico  Mexico’s Industrial Incubator Program
  5. 5. Automotive and Auto parts indicators and trends in Mexico
  6. 6. Production of vehicles in the World, 1997-2013 MillionUnits Annual average rate of growth , 2013-2020 Global Markets 3.8% Developing Markets 5.8% Developed Markets 1.5% 58%DevelopingMarketsin2020 Other Southeast Asian Nations South America India Eastern Europe China Japan and Korea Western Europe North America Source: IHS Global Insight
  7. 7. Production Export/Domestic Market Ratio Mexico exports up to 81.7% of its vehicle production output, therefore it becomes important to understand its free trade agreements network. 88.5% 77.6% 88.7% 73% 87.2% 81.7% 13.9% 17.2% 70.7% 82.5% 52.1% 19.1% 4.7% 0 5,000,000 10,000,000 15,000,000 20,000,000 Czech R. UK Spain France Canada Mexico Brazil India South Korea Germany Japan USA China Units Domestic Exports Source: ProMexico with information from OICA, Global Trade Atlas, ANFAVEA, AMIA and CAAM
  8. 8. In 2015 Mexico will offer savings of 16 % with regard to the manufacturing costs in USA, while China will have reduced its advantage in costs (considering “Total Landed Cost” to USA)* Source: data and forecast of Alix Partners (Manufacturing Outsourcing Cost Index) Share of the cost in USA Mexico India China USA 0.60 0.65 0.70 0.75 0.80 0.85 0.90 0.95 1.00 1.05 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Advantages in costs of manufacturing and transportation *Total Landed Cost to USA includes manufacturing and transportation costs to USA
  9. 9. Automotive and Auto parts GDP, 2005-2013 Automotive and Auto parts GDP *Rates were calculated between third quarter of 2010 and 2013 Source: INA with information from INEGI Annual Average Rate of Growth, 2010-2013*
  10. 10. Foreign Direct Investment and Free Trade Agreements After the enactment of the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Foreign Direct Investment amounted more than 36 billion dollars. Foreign Direct Investment in Automotive Sector (million dollars) Source: Kasso & Asociados with data from Mexican Ministry of Economy and Mexican Central Bank North America USA and Canada Triangle of the North Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala Japan European Union European association of Free trade Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland Pacific Alliance Colombia Chile Peru Mexico Mexico’s Free Trade Agreements with access to 45 countries
  11. 11. *From 1997- 2012 data from AMIA for Mexico and OICA for USA and Canada. From 2013- 2019 forecast from IHS Global Insight. Source: INA with information from AMIA, IHS Global Insight and OICA Light Vehicle Production in NAFTA Region USA 65% Canada 11% Mexico 24% NAFTA = 17.9 Million units Millionunits
  12. 12. Production of light vehicles in Mexico 2002-2019 Source: INA with information from AMIA + 47%
  13. 13. Source: INA with information from AMIA Total 1,312 Total 2,423.1 85% 68% 8% 13% 6% 5% 15% ThousandUnits Other Europe Latin America Canada USA Exports of light vehicles per region 2002 vs 2013
  14. 14. Balance Trade of Automotive Sector in Mexico During 2013, balance trade of automotive sector reached a surplus of 38,774 million dollars. Source: Mexican Central Bank (BANXICO). * Automotive includes: 8702 - motor vehicles for the transport => 10 people; 8703 - tourism cars; 8704 - vehicles for transportation of goods; 8706 - Chasises with engine; 8707 - Bodies; 8708 - vehicle parts and accessories; and 8711 - motorcycles. 5,333 5,315 8,216 9,436 8,499 9,308 10,554 10,970 10,906 9,088 9,802 8,844 9,089 13,330 14,411 15,346 13,202 23,760 28,917 32,244 38,774 - 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 40,000 45,000Milliondollars Balance Trade of Automotive Sector in Mexico
  15. 15. Production and exports of heavy vehicles in Mexico, 2000-2013 Source: ANPACT + 60%
  16. 16.  Mexico is the 5th largest exporter / importer of auto parts on a global level World Trade of Auto Parts 2013 Source: ProMéxico with information from Global Trade Atlas Countries Exports 2013 (million dollars) % Countries Imports 2013 (million dollars) % Germany 130,898 15% USA 145,996 17% USA 93,151 11% Germany 95,532 11% China 81,936 9% China 49,161 6% Japan 74,705 8% Canada 44,579 5% Mexico 57,833 7% Mexico 38,897 5% South Korea 41,474 5% United Kingdom 37,314 4% France 39,197 4% France 34,364 4% Italy 32,263 4% Spain 30,443 4% Czech Republic 26,830 3% Russia 27,161 3% Rest of the world 303,547 34% Rest of the world 336,207 40% Total 881,834 100% Total 839,654 100%
  17. 17. Mexican Exports & Imports of Auto Parts per Country Country Exports % Country Imports % USA 52,031 90.1% USA 20,872 54.6% Canada 1,547 2.7% China 4,488 11.7% Brazil 825 1.4% Japan 2,317 6.1% Germany 398 0.7% Canada 1,774 4.6% China 388 0.7% Germany 1,737 4.5% United Kingdom 236 0.4% South Korea 1,713 4.3% Japan 185 0.3% Brazil 606 1.6% South Korea 184 0.3% Spain 539 1.4% Thailand 148 0.3% Nicaragua 519 1.3% Nicaragua 147 0.3% Taiwan 516 1.1% Total 57,833 100% Total 38,897 100% Balance trade 18,936 Exports and imports of auto parts in Mexico, 2013 Source: ProMéxico with information from Global Trade Atlas
  18. 18. Auto parts production by country 2013 During 2013 Mexico was the 6th largest producer of auto parts in the world with a production value of 76.8 billion dollars. Source: ProMéxico with information from Global Insight and INEGI. 2014 81.5 Billion dollars 1° 2° 3° 4° 5° 7° 6° 8° 10°9° 13° 22°17°
  19. 19. Auto Parts Production and Forecast Source: INA with information from INEGI, AMIA and IHS Global Insight
  20. 20. Auto Parts Production per State, 2013 (includes engines and transmissions) Source: INA with information from INEGI Bajío Zone 26%
  21. 21. Source: INA with information from INEGI Auto Parts Production per State, 2013 (includes engines and transmissions) 18.2% 14.2% 10.5% 3.6% 5.7% 6.5% 7.3% Bajio Zone 26%  Guanajuato  Queretaro  San Luis Potosi  Aguascalientes  Jalisco Border Zone 53.6%  Baja California  Sonora  Chihuahua  Coahuila  Nuevo Leon  Tamaulipas
  22. 22. Automotive Industry in Mexico Are you ready to start providing your products and services to any or some of these supply chains? This map shows the location of the light vehicles and heavy duty industry OEMs established throughout Mexico where more than 400 supplier companies are expected to be fully operational before 2020 transforming Mexico in the 3rd exporter of light vehicles at an international level.
  23. 23. Automotive Clusters and Supply Chain Integration When will you start the distribution or even manufacturing operations of your core business in those automotive clusters? This is a sample of an automotive regional cluster in Mexico, where the different OEMs integrate different suppliers to assemble and export their units to other countries. In order to keep growing, this cluster needs key suppliers in forging, casting, machining, plastic injection molding and tooling, among plenty of services to integrate and finish those products. The same is happening in other automotive clusters throughout Mexico.
  24. 24. Top 10 Automotive OEMs and their production forecast ARE YOU READY TO TAKE YOUR PIECE OF THIS GROWTH?
  25. 25. Forecast of Light Vehicle Production in Mexico, 2014-2019 Source: INA with information from IHS Global Insight OEM 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Audi 0 0 72,503 131,270 155,300 149,837 Chrysler 375,373 417,947 586,641 544,818 562,147 555,425 Fiat 90,160 67,014 24,366 0 0 0 Ford 471,551 456,968 432,410 355,867 442,292 530,676 General Motors 670,988 670,185 621,438 760,621 786,997 781,662 Honda 170,722 251,950 279,427 322,326 321,022 318,748 Mazda 89,696 178,972 200,129 253,245 257,192 236,283 Nissan 643,686 683,770 762,841 884,158 922,294 939,069 Toyota 54,682 71,557 154,723 160,235 168,589 164,398 Volkswagen 537,840 554,204 603,346 617,047 611,667 649,607 Total 3,104,698 3,352,567 3,737,824 4,029,587 4,227,500 4,325,705 Forecast of production of light vehicles in Mexico, 2014-2019 (units) OEM 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Nissan 643,686 683,770 762,841 884,158 922,294 939,069 General Motors 670,988 670,185 621,438 760,621 786,997 781,662 Volkswagen 537,840 554,204 603,346 617,047 611,667 649,607 Chrysler 375,373 417,947 586,641 544,818 562,147 555,425 Ford 471,551 456,968 432,410 355,867 442,292 530,676 Honda 170,722 251,950 279,427 322,326 321,022 318,748 Mazda 89,696 178,972 200,129 253,245 257,192 236,283 Toyota 54,682 71,557 154,723 160,235 168,589 164,398 Audi 0 0 72,503 131,270 155,300 149,837 Fiat 90,160 67,014 24,366 0 0 0 Total 3,104,698 3,352,567 3,737,824 4,029,587 4,227,500 4,325,705 Fuente: IHS Global Insight Pronóstico de producción de vehículos ligeros en México, 2014-2019 (unidades) Additionally, BMW and KIA MOTORS will be adding their production forecast starting from 2016!
  26. 26. Light Vehicle Sales in Mexico per OEM Source: INA with information from AMIA Total 1,099.9 Total 611.2 Total 754.9 Total 820.4 Total 905.9 Total 1,063.3
  27. 27. Main OEM’s and Tier One Supplier with Design Engineering Centers in Mexico Enterprise Number of Engineers FORD 800 Chrysler 500 General Motors 600 Volkswagen 600 Nissan 700 Delphi 1,500 Continental 700 Faurecia 300
  28. 28. Top 10 auto parts needed in Mexico to support imports and exports ARE YOU READY TO TAKE YOUR PIECE OF THIS GROWTH?
  29. 29. Main Auto Parts Imported, 2013 Source: INA with information from Global Trade Atlas Auto Parts TOTAL 2012 (Million USD) TOTAL 2013 ( Million USD) Growth (%) Wires and cables of copper, aluminum and their alloys 1,616 1,786 10% Seats for vehicles and their parts 1,082 1,222 13% Tires 1,659 1,630 -2% Harnesses 381 904 137% Engines for Vehicles, cylinder apacity between 1,000 cm3 257 663 158% Parts for steering system, including columns (except axles) 563 554 -2% Mechanisms for disc brakes and their parts, including booster and its parts 455 534 17% Seat belts and retractors devices and their parts 378 462 22% Driveshafts and crankshafts 372 423 14% TOTAL IMPORTS 36,431 38,897 7% Main auto parts imported by Mexico, 2012-2013
  30. 30. Main Auto Parts Exported, 2013 Source: INA with information from Global Trade Atlas Auto Parts TOTAL 2012 (Million USD) TOTAL 2013 ( Million USD) Growth (%) Harnesses 4,981 5,970 20% Seats for vehicles and their parts 3,993 4,531 13% Airbags (security system) 1,177 1,452 23% Radio-broadcast receivers, including those with bluethooth and USB ports 910 1,164 28% Electric conductors of copper, aluminum and their alloys for a voltage not exceeding 80v 934 1,101 18% Automatic gearboxes 848 994 17% Catalytic converters 659 833 26% Drive axles with differential, whether or not provided with other transmission components and their parts 676 792 17% Steering wheels 588 655 12% TOTAL EXPORTS 52,054 57,833 11% Main auto parts exported by Mexico, 2012-2013
  31. 31. Mexico’s Industrial Incubator Program DESIGNED TO MAKE IT EASY FOR YOUR COMPANY TO START BUSINESS OPERATIONS TO SERVE THE AUTOMOTIVE OR AUTO PARTS INDUSTRY IN MEXICO.
  32. 32. Mexico’s Industrial Incubator Program: what it is It is a program that got specially designed for companies that have no previous experience in doing business different regions throughout Mexico. When you sign up for this program, you will get all the privileges, benefits and incentives as if you were already an expert in doing business in Mexico with a large and mature operation. Take this opportunity as a new competitive edge for your company where you will be conquering new markets with a very unique advantage: being able to focus on your clients and production! What are the benefits that you will get?
  33. 33. Mexico’s Industrial Incubator Program: Benefits You will get assistance with:  B2B meetings and business agenda coordination with aerospace, automotive and metal mechanic clusters to help you promote your products and services.  Real estate space: starting from 5,000 Sq Ft  Freedom to start doing business in Mexico without a Legal Entity!  Legal and operational permits: fast start up in 9 weeks  Human resources: we will help you find and recruit your sales, distribution and operations staff (starting from 5 employees).  Government incentives negotiation on technical training.  Customs: we will help you get the maximum tariffs savings from the free trade agreements with 45 countries for your imports and exports.  Fiscal and accounting management +  NO INCOME TAX for the first 4 years  NO VAT effect on cash flow  NO Start up or Exit FEEs  NO risks: no legal or administrative liabilities  Starting at an estimated fully loaded cost per hour of $18 USD per employee including labor, logistics, real estate and utilities.
  34. 34. Mexico’s Industrial Incubator Program: Stages The incubator program will help you to take your first steps in Mexico entirely focused on sales, customer service and production and you will not face any legal or administrative risks or liabilities on your start up stage. Request your Incubator Application  You will get a tailored evaluation and roadmap to start operations in the regions that there might be potential for your business to grow in Mexico.  You will get a tailored cost model where you will be able to compare the total cost of production per hour in each region. Get a Business Agenda in Mexico Start up (9 weeks)  At this point we will coordinate business agendas in the selected regions for your operations in Mexico with industrial associations and clusters.  As part of the agenda, you will be able to visit the Incubator’s real estate facilities where you will be able to operate.  Additionally, you will get a presentation of the different enabling services that you will get as part of the Incubator and you will be able to meet with government officials.  At this stage you will get all permits for your operations.  You will get your human resources hired and organized (including payroll management).  You will get your machinery and equipment installed.  You will get all your customs & logistics set up.  You will get all paperwork and administrative tasks done so that you can start serving your clients from your new location.
  35. 35. Sharing Responsibilities under the Incubator Program •Management to direct operations. • Machinery & equipment. • Raw materials. • Full control over distribution, production and quality. Manufacturing Maintenance Your Company American Industries Engineering Design Quality Scheduling Raw Materials Inventory Management Purchasing Direct Mat Purchasing Indirect Mat Import & Export Customs Duties Optimization Logistics Operational Permits Accounting Fiscal Accounts Payables & Receivable Human Resources Recruitment & Selection Training compliance Salary & Benefits Administration Payroll Labor Management Union Relation General Manager General Administration Environmental compliance Expat Support Sorting & Kitting Labeling Just-In-Time delivery to clients This diagram shows the functions that you will need to perform in your new business operations in Mexico to serve your clients. The Incubator program takes full responsibility of the blue side of the business.
  36. 36. Mexico’s Industrial Incubator Program: How to qualify You can qualify for this program if you want to start any of the following operations  Just-In-Time or distribution operation  Assembly operation  Kitting & labeling operation  Manufacturing operation Or if you fit into any of these categories  You have little or no experience in doing business in Mexico  You don’t have a legal presence in Mexico  You don’t require a large facility  You want to experience doing business in Mexico for the first time with a low risk framework  You want to share costs with other small operations. Are you pre-qualified for the Incubator Program?
  37. 37. What are the Next Steps? Request your free Application Form to apply for the Incubator Program today at: www.AmericanIndustriesGroup.com/incubator
  38. 38. Thank You www.AmericanIndustriesGroup.com For more information contact: José Nuñez / Myrna de las Casas Soft Landing & Start Up Facilitator in Mexico facilitator@americanindustriesgroup.com US Toll Free +1 877 698 3905 Mexico +52 614 439-3631

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