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Bosch is committed to San Luis Potosí

Bosch is committed to San Luis Potosí

    SAN LUIS POTOSÍ – The German company Bosch is a benchmark in automotive innovation and technology. Currently two out of every thousand people employed in the manufacturing sector work in one of the 12 Bosch plants in Mexico. The San Luis Potosí plant accounts for 20% of Bosch associates.

    Through a press release, the company reported that the Bosch San Luis Potosí plant is a world leader in automotive development and technology, houses the manufacture of components for gasoline systems and chassis control systems. With the reopening of essential activities, the priority has been the health and safety of the employees, who remain protected at all times from their transfer to the plant, during their stay on site and back.

    Today the complex installed in San Luis Potosí produces masks for the care and protection of its associates on site. With local talent and quality standards, the plant promotes a safe workspace. The goal is a Bosch “Contagion Free” within all of its production sites in Mexico.

    The company currently has a workforce of almost 3,400 employees. With the new normal, growth plans are maintained, reinforcing the commitment to local talent without altering the security measures.

    Bosch has been a pioneer in implementing the dual education model in Mexico for 50 years. In San Luis Potosí it began in 2001 and since 2014 it operates in an agreement with the UTSLP (Technological University of San Luis Potosí). In addition, it maintains constant collaboration with different projects in favor of the youth of the state through the Bosch México Foundation.

    Source: Cluster Industrial

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