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Carlos Mortera
International Director, Latin America

Joined AMT in 2002, after an international tenure living and Brazil and travelling extensively thru South America. Carlos graduated from Monterrey Institute of Technology with a B.S. in Computer Systems. Pursued Master Degrees in Business Administration & Manufacturing Sciences. His experience in the industry includes working for Emerson Electric, with management positions in IE, International Trade, Finance, HR & Materials. Carlos worked at Cummins Inc. where he was responsible for areas such as Procurement, IT, Operations, Engineering, and General Management for businesses in Brazil and Mexico. His experience also includes working as VP Administration for a Toto Inc., and managing a multi national company producing and marketing cooling towers in the Americas. Carlos lived in Sao Paulo, Brazil for 4 years as Managing Director of the Brazilian division of Cummins´ business in filtration & exhaust. Fluent in 3 languages and possess s broad experience in green fielding & brown fielding of small to large operations as well of Global Sales and Marketing.

Joined AMT in 2002, after an international tenure living and Brazil and travelling extensively thru South America. Carlos graduated from Monterrey Institute of Technology with a B.S. in Computer Systems. Pursued Master Degrees in Business Administration & Manufacturing Sciences. His experience in the industry includes working for Emerson Electric, with management positions in IE, International Trade, Finance, HR & Materials. Carlos worked at Cummins Inc. where he was responsible for areas such as Procurement, IT, Operations, Engineering, and General Management for businesses in Brazil and Mexico. His experience also includes working as VP Administration for a Toto Inc., and managing a multi national company producing and marketing cooling towers in the Americas. Carlos lived in Sao Paulo, Brazil for 4 years as Managing Director of the Brazilian division of Cummins´ business in filtration & exhaust. Fluent in 3 languages and possess s broad experience in green fielding & brown fielding of small to large operations as well of Global Sales and Marketing.

Posts by Carlos Mortera
International
By Carlos MorteraApr 30, 2021

International News From the Field: Mexico, Brazil, and Latin America

Foreign investments continue to pour into Central and South America, particularly in the automotive segments. FANUC breaks ground on an $8 million facility. Agriculture machinery and equipment see big gains. For more industry intel and tidbits, read on.

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International
By Carlos MorteraMar 08, 2021

International News From the Field: Mexico, Brazil, and Latin America

There’s lots of good news from Latin and South America this week, including automotive developments in Mexico, projected growth in the truck and bus market in Brazil, Chile’s projected growth, FDI in Colombia, and Argentina’s supply chain localization.

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International
By Carlos MorteraFeb 08, 2021

International News From the Field: Mexico, Brazil, and Latin America

Our reporting countries in the Americas south of the United States continue to offer opportunities for manufacturing technology sales. As investments pour into Mexico, the automotive, aerospace, and medical sectors continue to grow...

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International
By Carlos MorteraJan 11, 2021

International News From the Field: Mexico, Brazil, and Latin America

Our reporting countries in the Americas south of the United States continue to rebound with exciting new projects in Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, and Chile. The near-shoring phenomenon is helping to drive growth in Mexico and Columbia, and the new USMCA...

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International
By Carlos MorteraJun 19, 2020

Latin American Region, Opportunities From the Front

Over the past three months, AMT Latin America has scheduled webinar sessions with key stakeholders who represent the bulk of the consumption of manufacturing technology in Latin America–consumption worth $5billion in 2019. Regardless of how the...

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International
By Carlos MorteraJan 30, 2019

Mexico manufacturing board optimistic for 2019

In December 2018, AMT organized the annual meeting of Mexico´s Manufacturing Processes Advisory Board. It took place at Schneider Electric’s facility in Monterrey. In addition to our host Schneider, also represented were: Case New Holland, Tremec...

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