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North American Manufacturing Organizations Solidify Economic Cooperation

by Anna

Washington, D.C. – The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), the Confederation of Industrial Chambers of Mexico (CONCAMIN), and the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) came together to host the inaugural North American Manufacturing Conference at NAM headquarters. This historic gathering underscored manufacturers’ dedication to fostering robust economic connections between the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

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At the conference, NAM President and CEO Jay Timmons, CONCAMIN President José Antonio Abugaber Andonie, and CME President and CEO Dennis A. Darby formalized their commitment to this vision by signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU). The MOU outlines a roadmap for cooperation among the three organizations, delineating key objectives and goals for their partnership.

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Darby, speaking on behalf of CME, emphasized the pivotal role of manufacturers in driving economic development and prosperity. He highlighted the significance of this agreement, which unites representatives from Canada, the United States, and Mexico, reinforcing the strong bonds between their economies and manufacturing sectors. The MOU signifies their collective belief that greater achievements are possible through collaboration and cooperation.

The MOU establishes a framework for information sharing regarding the services and activities of each organization. It also envisions the collaborative development of a forward-looking North American manufacturing agenda. The three associations will pool their knowledge and policy recommendations to aid manufacturers in tackling future commercial challenges across North America, including enhancing global competitiveness.

Furthermore, the agreement commits the organizations to an annual rotation of hosting the North American Manufacturing Conference. These conferences, hosted in Mexico, Canada, or the United States, will serve as platforms for continued collaboration and the exchange of best practices, ultimately strengthening the manufacturing landscape across North America.

This historic agreement solidifies the commitment of the National Association of Manufacturers, the Confederation of Industrial Chambers of Mexico, and the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters to support a prosperous and interconnected future for manufacturing in North America. It marks a significant step toward bolstering economic ties and driving growth in the region’s manufacturing industries.

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