Report: How Mexican industry can capitalise on shifting supply chains and trade patterns

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Mexico has rebounded swiftly from the pandemic as economic activity resumed and the country became the first in Latin America to begin a mass vaccination programme. The newly signed US-Mexico-Canada Agreement and large-scale stimulus spending in the US have helped cement Mexico's status as a manufacturing centre of choice, particularly amid lockdowns in primary manufacturing sites in Asia.

With heavy chemical-consuming industries like automotive expanding, chemical traders and producers have reacted quickly to meet emerging demand. As the operating environment becomes more complex, automation and digital transformation are driving improvements in efficiency, cost management, safety and sustainability.

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