Ryder Systems, Inc., brought together leading innovators to exchange thoughts, ideas and solutions on the future of transportation and the supply chain at the Hotel Camino Real in Monterrey, Mexico.
Ryder, a leading commercial fleet management company, held its second annual thought leadership forum at the hotel on July 10. The event featured senior Mexican leaders in transportation and supply chain from a variety of industries, including food and beverage, automotive and packaged goods.
“With U.S.-Mexico trade booming, and the near-shoring trend gaining momentum, Mexico is becoming a key strategic market in global supply chains,” Ryder International Supply Chain Solutions
Gene Sevilla said. “As a leading third-party logistics provider in Mexico, Ryder is well positioned to help customers manage their critical supply chain functions and gain a competitive edge.”
Research Director in the Center for Transportation and Logistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Edgar Blanco delivered a presentation titled “Supply Chain Innovations in Emerging Markets," which highlighted the importance of innovation in changes that are happening in logistics to add value to supply and demand around the world.
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