GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview, “Brazil Automotive Update: Industry Prospects 2020,” features Julian Semple, auto industry consultant and managing director of Brazil-based CARCON Automotive, and an overall expert on the Brazilian automotive industry.
In this 9-minute Audio Interview, Semple discusses the following questions:
- Brazil saw its automotive market expand 8.6% in 2019. What is the prospect for this year?
- On the other hand, Argentina’s sales dropped 43% in 2019. Will it recover this year?
- What are the major issues that the automotive industry is facing in Brazil this year?
- What is the status of the Corona virus effect on the Brazilian automotive industry?
Semple is a consultant and managing director at CARCON Automotive in Brazil, focusing in market intelligence, forecasts, product and business strategy studies in the Brazilian and South American automotive segment. The company’s clients include major automotive OEMs and automotive parts and systems suppliers. CARCON Automotive also is LMC Automotive’s exclusive representative for South America. Semple developed his career in the automotive segment at Visteon and Ford, focused in business strategy, cost management, manufacturing and product development in South America and North America. He has an engineering degree and MBA in business strategy.
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