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Trade Events 2017

There is a wealth of opportunity for U.S. companies to participate in trade events in Mexico. Whether through exhibiting at a USA pavilion or by attending the event, Commercial Service specialists can help you make the most of your participation. Please contact the Commercial Specialist listed below.

TRADE EVENTS IN MEXICO 2017 – U.S. Pavilions

March 14-16

ExpoSeguridad Mexico 2017 – Mexico City

The most relevant international security exhibition of Mexico. By participating as a member of the U.S. Pavilion, the U.S. Commercial Service will help to introduce your company’s security technologies, equipment, and services to more than 41,000 potential buyers.

Silvia Cardenas: silvia.cardenas@trade.gov

March 29-31

ExpoProducción 2017 – Mexico City

The only trade show in Mexico and Central American that focuses on the complete sewn products supply chain for the fashion, home and technical textile industries.

Sylvia Montano: sylvia.montano@trade.gov

April 26-29

FAMEX 2017 – Mexico City

In its 2nd edition, FAMEX is Mexico’s aerospace and defense trade show organized by the Mexican Ministry of Defense and its Air Force. Exhibitors will find the opportunity to showcase new technologies, new relationships with customers, make product launches and service sector. Silvia Cardenas: silvia.cardenas@trade.gov

June 14-16

PAACE Automechanika 2017 – Mexico City

PAACE is considered to be the most important international trade show for the automotive OEM and aftermarket industry in Latin America. This is the meeting point for industry professionals seeking new suppliers, information about the latest technology and analyzing product options.

Monica Martinez: monica.martinez@trade.gov

June 18-20

Paint & Coatings Suppliers Trade Mission – Mexico City

Sylvia Montano: sylvia.montano@trade.gov


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