Carmen Hernández - Jalisco Automotive Cluster
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Carmen Hernández
Director General
Jalisco Automotive Cluster
Learn more about Jalisco Automotive Cluster’s strategies to strengthen the role of the automotive industry in the state.
Carmen Hernández
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Carmen Hernández
Director General
Jalisco Automotive Cluster
The Jalisco Automotive Cluster began operations in 2017, led by President Rubén Reséndiz under the guidance of Nuevo Leon Automotive Cluster's DG
MAS 2018
News Article
Mexico Automotive Summit 2018: Clusters Play Key Role in Automotive Economics panel highlights
Alexandro Burgueño
Insight
Alexandro Burgueño
Director General of the Jalisco Automotive Cluster
Jalisco Automotive Cluster
“The endgame is to first have a clear perspective of what we have so we can set clear goals in terms of investment attraction and export growth,”
Some companies have already brought R&D and engineering centers but, how can Mexico become more attractive to investors as an engineering…
Roundtable
Víctor Fuentes
Víctor Fuentes
Director General
Mitsubishi Electric

Mexico is not a country that guarantees conditions that promote R&D investment. Even the Mexican government reduces budget for these activities. These conditions must be driven by private companies as part of their corporate social responsibility activities and commitment with Mexico. Mitsubishi Electric Automation has Mitsubishi University, a program that provides training for customers around the world. The content learned by Mexican workers certifies them according to Mexican regulations. It is also the same content that a worker in Japan or the US learns. Due to the extension and diversity in Mexico, we decided to create training centers where Mitsubishi Electric’s business partners provide training and knowledge to customers on behalf of Mitsubishi Electric. By the end of 2018, we will also be launching a scholarship program for public university students where they can receive training at our facilities.

Mexico’s success as an automotive manufacturing hub is undeniable. The country is already the seventh-largest light-vehicle producer in the world
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