Chihuahua seeks to position itself in the aerospace, automotive and electronics industries

Chihuahua seeks to position itself in the aerospace, automotive and electronics industries

CHIHUAHUA – The Government of Chihuahua participated in Mexico’s Supply Chain Nearshoring Summit 2022, which took place in Queretaro and was attended by representatives from the aerospace, automotive, electronics, medical and home appliance industries.

This annual event is held with the objective of attracting new investments and strengthening the supply chain. It was also announced that Chihuahua will host the 2023 edition.

Chihuahua’s Ministry of Innovation and Economic Development (SIDE) participated in Mexico’s Supply Chain Nearshoring Summit held on November 15 and 16 at the Querétaro Congress Center, where important representatives from the aerospace, automotive, electronics, medical and home appliance industries attended.

The event also featured conferences, exhibitions and business meetings focused on attracting new investments and strengthening the supply chain. New trends in trade, technology, mobility, sustainability and sectors that are key to the economy were analyzed.

The 2022 edition was headed by René Espinosa, president of FEMIA, Javier Sandoval Dueñas, president of FAMEX, Bijan Latifzadeh, Director Global Strategic Sourcing Regional Office Mexico, COLLINS AEROSPACE, who mentioned which were the key points that projected the exponential growth of the industry during 2022.

Chihuahua was represented by Leonel Chavira, General Director of Promotion, Industry and Supplier Development of the State Government; Alejandro Jaschack, head of Promotora para el Desarrollo Económico de Chihuahua (PRODECH); Sergio Mancinas, General Director of the Instituto de Apoyo al Desarrollo Tecnológico (INADET). Also present were Alberto Terrazas, a business representative, and Luis Aguirre, Director of Investment Attraction for the Economic Development of Delicias.