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August 1 2018 Mexico City, Mexico ECONOMIC AND MARKET OUTLOOK: Analysis of the macroeconomic indicators that will determine the direction of the ocean, rail and trucking industries. CARGO VISIBILITY: What solutions exist or are in development to improve poor visibility on the ocean and land? PORT INFRASTRUCTURE AND EFFICIENCY: Port capacity has increased considerably in recent years, but is it enough to keep up with demand? TECHNOLOGY AND AUTOMATION: In-depth discussion about blockchain, big data analysis, and cargo- and equipment- tracking devices aimed at improving efficiency and reducing costs. TRADE RELATIONS: A global view and analysis of NAFTA, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and other Mexican trade agreements. Featured Topics Sales Contacts: NEW EVENT! The Mexico Trade Forum's mission is to provide retailers, manufacturers, consumer product companies, agriculture exporters, and other shippers that import into or export out of Mexico with timely, authoritative and actionable intelligence to better manage their supply chains in the current environment. Through solutions-based discussion, and insights from industry leaders, shippers will take away valuable insights into mitigating disruptions, holding transportation providers accountable, managing risk, and improving supply chain visibility. Jean Gibbons +1 706 469 7160 AK, AR, CA, CO, HI, ID, IN, IA, KS, KY, MI, MN, MO, MT, NE, NV, ND, OH, OK, OR, SD, UT, WA, WI, WY Cindy Cronin +1 954 551 8305 South East, Gulf, Canada & Latin America Zach Gorman +1 646 679 3466 North East Ria Van den Bogaert +32 2 569 8905 EMEA & APAC Tony Stein +1 770 295 8809 Publisher

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