GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s Latest Audio Interview »Differences between the main car production regions in Mexico: how do suppliers select the best locations?” features Gary Swedback. Swedback is CEO of NAI Mexico and NAI PanAmericas, part of the NAI Global network, a leading industrial and commercial real estate company. NAIMexico has 25 offices in Mexico and Latin America and works with many global clients, including those in the automotive industry. Gary is a frequent speaker on industry and business issues in Mexico and Latin America.
In the 28-minute audio interview, Swedback discusses these questions:
- What motivates so many in the automotive sector (car/truck/OEMs) to choose Mexico?
- Which markets in Mexico would you consider to be the top destinations?
- Following on (top destinations), what are the differences between those top destinations and what sets them apart from other markets in Mexico?
- As CEO of NAI Mexico you are in contact with executives of international companies. How do you tackle the issue of location decision-making? Which factors are important? Is there a difference for certain types of automotive sectors?
- With the growth of electric and autonomous vehicles, we will see more focus on new electric vehicle technologies such as batteries to power the sector. How do you see these trends and where are they heading?
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About Gary Swedback
As CEO of NAI Mexico, Swedback manages all 25 NAI Mexico offices. A specialist in commercial real estate in Mexico for over 25 years, he has personally completed more than 500 transactions, including land sales, facility leasing and custom construction. The offices of NAI Mexico and NAI NAFTA have completed more than 50 million square feet of office, retail and industrial transactions. He and his teams specialize in owner representation, multi-market analysis, and feasibility projects for global and domestic companies in Mexico.
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