The metal-mechanical industry reinvents itself

Changes in the manufacturing industry and in its supply chain, in the last two years companies have reinvented themselves in order to meet the demands of this sector, specifically in companies that manufacture and distribute machines and tools, which have been affected by the shortage of microcomponents, the rise in transportation costs and the breakdown of the supply chain due to unforeseen closures of plants and ports.

The lack of some components and logistical complications strongly impacted the metalworking industry, especially during 2019, 2020 and part of 2021; however, currently this has been normalized but the scenario is still complicated for customers and businessmen who are suppliers of large metalworking companies.

Francisco González, president of the National Auto Parts Industry (INA), mentioned that today companies are interested in entering into a disruption in the order of things, new ways of doing business, of collaborating and of being part have been established. of an increasingly specialized and specific supply chain.

Today there are already large investments in industrial spaces in various regions of the country, this is caused by the fact that supply chains see Mexico as a potential partner to develop their supply chains.

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