Nissan Mexicana Still Numero Uno

YOKOHAMA, Japan (May 17, 2013) - Nissan is the largest automaker in Mexico with a market share of 25.5%, and itÕs an increasingly important manufacturer, both for the domestic market and export. Visiting the Global Media Center on a recent Japan visit was (from left) Jose Roman, Managing Director of Nissan in Latin America and in the Caribbean and Jose Luis Valls, President and Managing Director of Nissan Mexicana.
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Nissan Motor Company 360

Nissan Motor Company 360

Pierre Loing

Pierre Loing

Nissan Technical Center North America

Nissan Technical Center North America

Nissan Americas SVP Carla Bailo

Nissan Americas SVP Carla Bailo

Nissan Technical Center R&D Celebrates 25th Anniversary and Continued Growth

Nissan Technical Center R&D Celebrates 25th Anniversary and Continued Growth

Coco Masters

Coco Masters

Nissan Keeps Summer Rolling With Special Customer Service-Centric Promotion

Nissan Keeps Summer Rolling With Special Customer Service-Centric Promotion

Nissan Foundation Promotes Cultural Diversity Through Awards to 29 U.S. Nonprofits

Nissan Foundation Promotes Cultural Diversity Through Awards to 29 U.S. Nonpr ...

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manufacturing Growth

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manu ...

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manufacturing Growth

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manu ...

Dan Bednarzyk, Nissan Vice President for Total Delivered Cost

Dan Bednarzyk, Nissan Vice President for Total Delivered Cost

Dan Bednarzyk, Nissan Vice President for Total Delivered Cost

Dan Bednarzyk, Nissan Vice President for Total Delivered Cost

David Aldana, Vice President, Manufacturing, Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant

David Aldana, Vice President, Manufacturing, Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant

David Aldana, Vice President, Manufacturing, Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant

David Aldana, Vice President, Manufacturing, Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manufacturing Growth

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manu ...

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manufacturing Growth

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manu ...

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manufacturing Growth

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manu ...

Jeffrey Webster, Director of Human Resources, Nissan

Jeffrey Webster, Director of Human Resources, Nissan

Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant

Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manufacturing Growth

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manu ...

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manufacturing Growth

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manu ...

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manufacturing Growth

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manu ...

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manufacturing Growth

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manu ...

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manufacturing Growth

Nissan and Gov. Bryant Break Ground on Supplier Park Supporting Jobs and Manu ...