Mexico auto sales sink 10.7% in December, 7.1% overall in 2018
Auto dealers in Mexico sold 141,963 light vehicles in December for a total of 1,421,458 units throughout the year, which represents drops of 10.7% and 7.1%, respectively, compared to same periods of 2017. On a yearly basis, Ford and FCA saw their sales decline at two-digit rates of 15.8% and 12.7%,...
Andreas Lehe provisionally assumes presidency of Audi Mexico
As of January 1, Andreas Lehe assumed the presidency of Audi Mexico, a position that he will keep temporarily at the same time with his other responsibility as Vice President of Production and Logistics. Lehe replaces Alfons Dintner, who will assume new roles within the German automotive group. And...
Nissan plants resume operations amid uncertainty for layoffs
Thousands of workers from the two Nissan plants in Aguascalientes returned yesterday to their jobs with the uncertainty of not knowing if they will be affected by the 1,000 layoffs that the company plans to carry out in the coming weeks. Rogelio Padilla de León, who heads the CTM in Aguascaliente...
Pay raises take effect for 4,300 Audi workers
The 4,300 unionized workers of Audi Mexico began the year with a salary adjustment of between 5.35 and 5.76% as a timely response to the revision agreed by the company last year, union leader Álvaro López Vázquez told local media. According to the union head, the increases vary depending on the ...
KIA workforce in Nuevo Leon unaffected by end of production of Forte hatchback
Executives from KIA Motors Mexico informed that the decision to stop producing the hatchback version of the KIA Forte in Nuevo Leon will not affect the factory's workforce, since the capacity destined to that model will be used to build a greater volume of the Forte sedan. The general director of K...

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