Climate goals agreed at Nexus forum in Montreal

International trading group Nexus has held it’s ninth edition of the Nexus business forum, held this time in Montreal.

Climate goals agreed at Nexus Montreal event

Around 55o 550 leaders from the global automotive aftermarket, including 70 global suppliers and more than 150 members attended.

At the event, CEO Gaël Escribe the group’s leadership and how it plans to stay on course with what he described as the ‘automotive aftermarket revolution’ from the headwinds of electrification and changing market patterns that buffet it.

READ: GSF praised by Nexus CEO

There was also a climate event, where suppliers drew what they described as a ‘concrete & common roadmap’ for sustainability. Participants included representatives from Bosch, Delphi, Mahle, Mann & Hummel, Meyle, SKF, TotalEnergies and Valeo with the support of Bilstein, Brembo, Elring, KYB, NTN & NRF.

As always, the core of the event were the face-to-face meetings between Nexus members and suppliers. After business was done, the guests enjoyed a hockey game between the Canadians VS Tampa Bay Lighting at Center Bell.

Gaël Escribe said: “It was such a pleasure to welcome all N! community here, in North America, for the very first time. The aim of our Climate Day is to make us stronger together by putting sustainability at the fore front of our priorities. This is a very operational and active initiative.”

The UK’s largest, and one of the founding, members of Nexus is GSF Car Parts.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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