The National Auto Parts Industry (INA) appointed Armando Cortés Galicia as general director of the association, who will replace Alberto Bustamante. "For INA it is a great honor and privilege to welcome Armando Cortés, who is a specialist in the automotive and auto parts industry with more than 15 years of experience in the transnational public and private sectors," INA communicated.

Armando Cortés Galicia, INA's new general director.
» Armando Cortés Galicia, INA's new general director.
Mr. Cortés Galicia was Executive Director of the Automotive and Auto Parts Industry at ProMéxico, as well as Strategic Projects Manager at Chrysler of México. He has also served as a consultant in international business and foreign trade for companies in the automotive industry. He is the author of several publications of the sector in Mexico and a speaker at national and international events on business opportunities for the industry, as well as a promoter of the development of automotive supply chains in the country based on Industry 4.0 and innovation.
< As of June, Cortés Galicia, began his duties to follow up on the projects of the auto parts industry in Mexico. >

His last position was at Trade Export Canada, a Canadian vehicle e-commerce company, named in 2021 as one of the 100 most important technology startups in Canada.

Mr. Cortés Galicia holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics, a Master's degree in Strategic Foresight from Tecnológico de Monterrey and a Diploma in Government Innovation from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.