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Rafael Méndez

VICE PRESIDENT, CRODA LATAM
"Mexico as a country has a very matured and experienced manufacturing industry and has the right competitive advantages to become the first supplier for various markets in the US."

Alejandro Iniestra

GENERAL MANAGER, KIGO CHEMICAL
"Our investment in digital capabilities has proven pivotal. KigoConnect, our customer access platform, has seen substantial growth."

Luis Osorio

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, PROCCYT
"Due to the regulatory backlog of approval, innovation in Mexico has paused in the past five years."

Miguel Valdivia

COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR, TRADE CHEMICALS & PRODUCTS
"Mexico is full of opportunities—there are always new factories and new clients."

Javier Constante

PRESIDENT, DOW LATIN AMERICA
"Our LatAm portfolio reflects Dow’s global capabilities, with more than 50% focused on specialty plastics for the packaging industry."

Mauricio Russomanno

CEO, UNIPAR
"By changing our energy matrix, we are also going to be reducing our energy carbon footprint by almost 10%, not to mention we will realize important savings in terms of our energy costs."

Flor de María González

GENERAL MANAGER, ANAFAPYT
"We will continue supporting sustainable raw materials production and the development of new alternatives."

Alfredo Ison

PRESIDENT, QUÍMICA DELTA
"In the past, we diversified into the fuel market with a company called Exxia. Today, we have the new specialties company, Ion."

Miguel Benedetto

MANAGING DIRECTOR, NATIONAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION (ANIQ)
"From the perspective of the chemical industry, the macroeconomic position of the country is very strong. We continue to grow the levels of investment."

Marco Salcedo

DIRECTOR, AMVAC
"2023 has been a tough year for several industries, including the agrochemical industry in Mexico."

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