On behalf of the Organizing Committee of the Mexican Trade Mission to Canada 2022, we are pleased to share the list of the Mexican companies that will be visiting British Columbia from October 24th to 29th. The Trade Mission will be developed in three important regions from our province: Vancouver/Surrey, Nanaimo and Victoria so several options will be available to interact and talk about business opportunities, collaborations and partnerships among Canadian and Mexican companies and stakeholders.
The nine Mexican companies that we have confirmed so far and that are interested in exploring business opportunities, partnerships and building capacity together with BC companies are listed below. Please find the name of the companies, their economic sectors and the link to their profiles below.
Technology & Performance Solutions SA de CV (TPS) – Artificial Intelligence and IT
Cosecha Real, SAPI de CV (Mexican Flavours) – Agrifoods and Mexican Foods
Minera Triuno S. de R.L. de C.V. – Mining
CONSTRUCTORA SOLURG S DE RL DE CV – Construction
Buen Empaque SA de CV – Recycling
GRUPO CASA TEQUILERA DELBUENO SAPI DE CV – Tequila
RO & JO COMERCIAL S DE RL DE CV – Manufacturing
Comercializadora Mariant S de R L de CV – Spirits drinks
The NAFTA agreement and now the CUSMCA have strengthened Canada-Mexico trade relations for more than 25 years, giving a tremendous boost to both countries’ industries and integrating them into global supply chains. In saying this, there is still plenty of room to grow in the business sector and we are ready to bridge the interest that exists in both sides and encourage business dialogues and cooperation.
The Trade Mission to Canada is an initiative curated by CMX Partnerships, with the very valuable support of the the Vancouver Island Economic Alliance, the Surrey Board of Trade, the South Island Prosperity Partnership, the Foreign Trade Zone of Vancouver Island, the State of the Island Economic Summit 2022, the Consulate General of Mexico in Vancouver, among other private and public sector organizations.
The Trade Mission is held to promote inclusive and sustainable trade and investments and cooperation in economic sectors including IT and Artificial Intelligence, creative industries, agrifoods, mining, manufacturing and services. The Trade Mission will consist of business-to-business meetings between the Mexican Delegates with Canadian businesspeople, panels, talks and presentations about business opportunities and will set the foundations for greater business and partnerships between Canada with particular focus on British Columbia and Mexico.
For more information about these companies and/or the Mexican trade mission to Canada please reach out to Juan Navarro, Director and Principal Researcher at CMX Partnerships and Leader of the Mexican Trade Mission to Canada, at firstname.lastname@example.org