Reindustrialization – El Financiero

The reconfiguration of supply chains and manufacturing capacity, with the aim of bringing them closer to domestic markets, has gained momentum in Europe and the United States. According to the Capgemini Research Institute report, 47 percent of large organizations in these regions have already invested in relocating their manufacturing production, and 72 percent are developing reindustrialization strategies, with the aim of meeting climate objectives with a reduction carbon emissions of 13.6 percent on average over the next three years.

The investments inreshoring“, “nearshoring” and domestic production are increasing in Europe and the United States to improve resilience to global problems.

“This research highlights the magnitude of the mobilization and investments of business leaders to reindustrialize Europe and the United States. National manufacturing and nearshoring “They are becoming fundamental to mitigate risks and strengthen economic sovereignty and security,” he commented. Roshan GyaCEO of Capgemini Invent.

Nearly 70 percent of organizations surveyed see supply chain resilience as an important driver, and 55 percent believe reindustrialization will help meet climate goals. Additionally, 63 percent view domestic manufacturing as crucial to national security.

62 percent of organizations invest in technologies to improve sustainability within their reindustrialization initiatives. Gigafactories are considered key in this process; More than half of executives in the automotive, battery and energy industries plan to build a gigafactory in the next five years.

68 percent of organizations are confident in the potential of reindustrialization to drive technological innovation, especially through 5G/edge, generative AI and digital twins. However, meeting the demand for a skilled manufacturing workforce will be crucial. The proportion of workers with advanced digital skills is projected to increase from 31 percent to 53 percent over the next three years.

Multimodal Altamira doubles its operational capacity

Multimodal Altamira, a logistics and cargo transportation firm in the Port of Altamira, celebrated its 26th anniversary by doubling its operational capacity. Currently the company handles more than 15 thousand containers per month and 80 thousand tons of cargo, with 140 thousand square meters of storage and a fleet of more than 200 tractor-trailers and 500 trailers.

In the last three years, under the presidency of Enrique de Hita and with an investment of more than 100 million pesos, the company has expanded its terminals in Querétaro and San Luis Potosí, seeking to turn the region into a hub logistics that serves various industries, such as automotive, mining, metallurgical and food.

Multimodal Altamira plans, for the second half of the year, to expand its audited facility to improve efficiency in handling foreign trade cargo and develop the Altamira-Monterrey Intermodal Corridor, strengthening logistical connections between the port and the industrial zone of Nuevo León. , reducing times and costs for its logistics partners.

CIAL Dun & Bradstreet Transforms Business in Mexico

The provider of business solutions and data in Latin America, CIAL Dun & Bradstreet, part of the global Dun & Bradstreet network and led in Mexico by Sergio Hernandez, has been a reference for companies in the region for more than 85 years. The company offers technology that allows information to be evaluated in three days, a process that previously took up to three weeks. According to McKinsey Global Institute, data-driven companies are 23 times more likely to acquire customers and six times more likely to retain them.

Present in 43 countries in Latin America, CIAL Dun & Bradstreet has more than 17 thousand clients and access to information from 520 million companies worldwide. The company continues to invest in new products, data, technology and services focused on SMEs and multinationals, with the aim of being a catalyst for the local economy and helping organizations transform.