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Monterrey will host the FIRST ‘Mobility of the Future’ trade show

In June 2023, Monterrey will hold the first annual summit event with a focus on e-mobility, smart transportation and renewable energy vehicles.


During the event ‘Industrial Transformation Mexico’, Samuel García Sepúlveda,  State Governor of Nuevo Leon;  Bernd Rohde, CEO of Hannover Fairs Mexico; Iván Rivas, Minister of Economy of Nuevo Leon; and Rodrigo Fernández,  CAINTRA’s President, announced the launch of the “Mobility of the Future event, which will take place in June 2023 right here in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.


This brand-new event will welcome the mobility industry of the future to Monterrey with an annual summit dedicated to e-mobility, smart transportation, and renewable energy vehicles.


Invest Monterrey will participate as a strategic ally to the event, alongside organizations such as Monterrey’s Automotive Cluster, Nuevo Leon 4.0, the Monterrey Conventions, and the Visitors Bureau.


“This agreement will bring the largest e-mobility event in America right here to Monterrey, Nuevo Leon,” highlighted State Governor Samuel García, “The event comes at a key moment for the state’s mobility because our administration is betting on e-mobility through large electric mass public transportation infrastructure projects”.


Bernd Rohde emphasized that “today the world is moving decisively towards mobility. In order to achieve the goal of having fully interconnected and sustainable smart cities, the infrastructure that interconnects this new form of mobility will be crucial. With this event, we hope to accelerate the transfer of technology and knowledge necessary to become fully involved in the e-mobility of the future.”


With the objective of strengthening Monterrey’s position as an international hub for smart mobility, the “Mobility of the Future” trade show will seek to boost investment in advanced technology projects, streamline road interconnection, and improve the connectivity and experience of sustainable public transportation in Mexico and Latin America.


When asked about this, German consultant Thomas Michael Hogg, Director of TMH Consulting & Investment Group, explained that “98 percent of vehicle production in North America will be electrified within the next 10 to 12 years. This sector is driving an unprecedented revolution worldwide, allowing countries and regions to generate ecosystems in terms of technology, manufacturing, infrastructure, and services. Through this new 0Mobility of the Future’ platform, Nuevo Leon wants to focus its strategy on value-added industries and achieve sustainable development by setting the capital Monterrey as a city of the future.”


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