An aerospace cluster is born in Sinaloa
CULIACÁN – Aerospace Cluster has been created in Sinaloa, whose mission is to unite leading companies in the aeronautical and space industry that will offer employment in areas of high engineering and technology in said state; Eduardo Guízar Sainz will be the president of this civil association in the state.
Tomas Sibaja, leader of the Baja California Aerospace Cluster toured Mazatlan to see the magnitude of the MZT Aerospace Park, after this visit, a collaboration agreement was signed with the people of Sinaloa.
On this trip, the President of the Cluster and his advisors saw the magnitude of the MZT Aerospace Park, which is a 100% entrepreneurial initiative that will become the most important in Latin America and will include a 10,000-foot runway.
This park will gather leading companies in the aeronautical and space industries, where they will be able to develop research projects, contributing to the increase of employment for Sinaloans in areas of high engineering, technology and technical specialists.
This agreement will generate a greater academic offer, focused on aeronautics and space; Javier Lizárraga Mercado, head of the Ministry of Economy, indicated that this agreement will boost the technology industry in Sinaloa.
“This agreement will boost our industry and drive mutually beneficial business dynamics in the Pacific Northwest,” Lizarraga added.