With a July 1st implementation date, automotive companies should take action now to ensure they are compliant with the new CUSMA.
About this Event
As automotive companies focus on recovering in the wake of COVID-19, they are preparing to face another obstacle – the transition from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to the Canada, United States and Mexico Agreement (CUSMA). With the July 1st implementation date just around the corner, companies should take action now to ensure they are compliant with the new regulations. Join us to hear insights on the new trade agreement, its impacts on the automotive industry and what you need to know to be ready.
Flavio Volpe, President, APMA
Joy Nott, Partner, Trade & Customs, KPMG in Canada
Karin Muller, Director, Customs Compliance & Trade Governance, Magna International, Inc.
Organizer of Preparing for the CUSMA Implementation
The Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA) is Canada’s national association representing OEM producers of parts, equipment, tools, supplies, advanced technology, and services for the worldwide automotive industry.
The Association was founded in 1952 and its members account for 90% of independent parts production in Canada. In 2018, automotive parts shipments were over $35 Billion and the industry employment level was over 100,000 people.