While it’s possible that elements of this long-sought trilateral trade deal could change as negotiations continue and industry reviews of the details remain ongoing, automotive executives are cautiously optimistic that the pending U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement will ultimately be beneficial to the automotive sector.
Darryl Barber is the enterprise marketing manager for the automotive industry at UPS. He spoke to Aftermarket Business World about his company’s role in aftermarket logistics, and emerging services for the automotive sector.
Reflecting on a worldwide network of intertwined supply chains and sales channels, aftermarket executives are assessing both the direct impacts and collateral damage of President Donald Trump’s tariff-induced trade war salvos being directed at friends and foes alike.
Automotive industry associations representing vehicle and parts manufacturers in the U.S., Canada and Mexico today urged a renewed focus on trade negotiations with the U.S., Canada and Mexico to modernize NAFTA.
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