Michigan officials, executives on a three-day trade mission to Queretaro

Michigan Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley will lead a three-day trade mission to Mexico focusing on opportunities for Michigan companies. The mission will depart on Sunday, February 19 and return on Wednesday, February 22.

“We are on quite a roll with so many new investments made and jobs created in recent years,” Calley said in a press release. “We will use this opportunity to capitalize on that momentum, tell the Michigan comeback story and attract even more investment and jobs.”

During the trip, Calley will meet with automotive and aerospace companies during a supply chain-oriented business forum that brings together prospective automotive suppliers with major Mexican OEMS and Tier 1 suppliers. 

He also will meet with executives from TREMEC Corporation and Rassini Brakes, two Mexican companies with operations in Michigan.

The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) will concurrently lead executives from 21 Michigan companies to Mexico to participate in the forum in Queretaro. 

The companies will meet with prospective partners, distributors and buyers to increase opportunities. 

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