Aguascalientes government boosts aerospace industry

Aguascalientes government boosts aerospace industry

AGUASCALIENTES - The governor of Aguascalientes, Tere Jiménez, held a meeting with representatives of the aerospace industry. The objective was to promote the development of this activity in the state.

During the meeting, she highlighted the active participation of higher education institutions in projects related to the sector. These actions seek to prepare and train future generations of professionals.

In this way, they will be able to take advantage of the opportunities presented by this constantly evolving industry.

Luis G. Lizcano, executive president of the Mexican Federation of the Aerospace Industry (Femia), highlighted the experience of Aguascalientes, especially in the automotive sector.

This favors its entry into the aerospace industry with great global projection. The industry has registered an average growth of more than 12% in Mexico in recent years.

Aguascalientes has 19 companies in the aerospace supply chain and one of the three innovation centers in the country. This guarantees access to cutting-edge technology and specialized training.

During Femia's General Assembly in Aguascalientes, the state was recognized for laying the foundations for its takeoff towards this economic and productive activity.