132 aeronautical projects arrive to Querétaro in 4 years
QUERETARO — From October 2015 to January 2019, the arrival of 132 new aerospace projects was completed in Querétaro, with an investment of around to US$2 billion and more than 36,000 jobs, informed Governor Francisco Domínguez Servién.
Dominguez Servién met with members of the Mexican Federation of Aerospace Industries (FEMIA), with whom he committed to draw new bases of collaboration, innovation and future.
During the meeting, the governor stated that Querétaro city ranks 10th worldwide in terms of performance in the aerospace sector, according to the Financial Times Group.
“If we have learned something about Querétaro, it is that the impulse to fly must be accompanied by openness, bonding and above all talent,” he mention to the undersecretary of Transportation of Secretaría de COmunicaciones y Transportes (SCT), Carlos Morán Moguel.
He mentioned as well that among the guiding axes that have allowed growth in the aerospace industry in the entity is the consolidation of the model of the “triple helix”; as well as the promotion of industrial specialization, and public policy actions for the benefit of productive activity
Source: El Financiero