Once again, GM’s subsidiary in Mexico has just been recognized as the automobile manufacturer with the best corporate reputation in the Latin American country – which represents the second largest automotive market in the region after Brazil.
GM Mexico led the “Companies and Leaders with the Best Corporate Reputation in Mexico in 2022” ranking within the country’s automotive industry, being recognized as the company with the best corporate reputation in its sector in Mexico in the tenth edition of Merco Empresas. This ranking was recently published by Merco, the Corporate Reputation Business Monitor according to its acronym in Spanish.
“We are proud that the work carried out every day at GM de México translates into recognition from different sectors of society,” said Director of Communication and Public Relations of GM Mexico, Teresa Cid, in a statement. “We will remain committed to acting with integrity, innovating and caring for environmental sustainability, while serving our key audiences,” she added.
In fact, this is the seventh consecutive year that GM Mexico has been recognized as having the best corporate reputation among automobile manufacturers since this acknowledgement began in 2012. In the tenth anniversary edition, Merco evaluated a total of 27 economic sectors in Mexico where GM ranked 14th in the top 100. This represents an improvement of 9 positions compared to the 2021 ranking, in which the company was number 23.
In addition, President and General Director of GM Mexico, Francisco Garza, also received an outstanding recognition as one of the leaders with the best reputation indexes. In particular, Garza ranked 52nd among “The 100 Leaders with the best reputation in Mexico.” It is the third consecutive year that he appears on this list after being appointed to the position in September 2019.
As the benchmark corporate monitor in Ibero-America with two decades of experience, Merco is a reputational assessment tool for companies and their leaders, founded in 2000, which performs its rankings using a multi-sector methodology made up of 6 assessments, 16 sources of information and about 5 thousand surveys. The Merco Companies and Leaders ranking is independently audited by multinational audit firm KPMG.