By: Beroe Inc. --
19 August, 2014
The emergence of Mexico as an alternate sourcing destination for castings In the last decade, China has essentially become the default option for companies which desire to outsource metal castings production in order to lower their costs. Category managers should be aware of the hidden costs and other cost parameters such as labor, raw material etc. when it comes to procuring castings from China. Lately, Mexico is emerging as an alternate sourcing destination for castings. Beroe's Metals and Minerals expert Suriya Anjumohan has discussed various parameters that would provide insights on the key differentiating factors between China and Mexico for US castings demand in this webinar. About the speakers: Suriya Anjumohan- Suriya Anjumohan monitors the Castings and Forgings category at Beroe Inc. In his 2 years at Beroe, Suriya has built extensive knowledge and expertise applied towards end use markets such as automotive, transportation, heavy engineering and mining. He has written and published several thought leadership papers in leading global Castings Journals. Some of the topics he has covered in his papers include "Impact of Metal Scrap Import Duties on the Indian Auto Industry" and "Challenges in engaging with Chinese Foundry Industry".
COVID-19: Assess impact on your suppliers and ensure business continuity with Beroe’s WIRE
(World Instant Risk Exposure)