MAS 2018
News Article
Mexico Automotive Summit 2018: Clusters Play Key Role in Automotive Economics panel highlights
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Roundtable
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Daniel Hernández
Director General
Queretaro Automotive Cluster

Queretaro has evolved to offer more than just manufacturing operations thanks to engineering centers like GE’s or Continental’s and the network of public R&D centers that exists in the state. Queretaro can now offer design and engineering operations to the automotive industry. With over 50 years of automotive history, the state has created specific academic programs and a strong supplier base with around 200 Tier 2 companies that support the industry’s evolution. The state’s support industry also includes companies that automate production lines, produce tooling solutions and check fixtures. Moreover, several companies have chosen to establish their operations in Queretaro because of the calmness and security conditions that exist here, coupled with a solid infrastructure of industrial parks.

As the automotive industry developed, clusters started forming in specific areas of the country that later had an impact on investment...
Jaime González
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Jaime González
Director of CLAUZ
CLAUZ
The Automotive Cluster of the Center Region Puebla – Tlaxcala (CLAUZ) is an association that brings together companies...
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Insight
Jaime González
Director
Automotive Cluster of the Center Region of Puebla - Tlaxcala (CLAUZ)
CLAUZ’ short-term goal focuses on integrating Tier 1s into the cluster because the projects they can complete will be larger.
Jaime González
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Jaime González
President
National Banking and Securities Comission (CNBV)
One of the biggest problems for the development of infrastructure is the lack of funding, especially from the public sector.
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