BAJA CALIFORNIA — The executive president of the Aerospace Cluster of Baja California, Tomás Sibaja stated that all companies in the sector in this entity that includes the City of Tijuana, have plans for expansion and growth.
He said that Canadian initiatives are already coming; they are projects that have to do with strategic alliances, specifically with small and medium-sized companies (SMEs), located in Baja California, an entity that has 52 years of history promoting the aerospace sector and where more than 35,000 direct and indirect jobs have been created.
Speaking of the new government and the work agenda for the coming months, Tomás Sibaja stressed that they presented to the Ministry of Economy (SE) one that includes its own initiatives.
"We proposed to the head of the Ministry of Economy (SE), Graciela Márquez four projects that are being evaluated, which are linked to the educational institutions of Tijuana. These are projects related to drones, manufacturing and construction of an aircraft as well as satellites in the nano materials segment ", Sibaja explained after stating that private initiative has invested economic resources in these projects.
Source: Vanguardia Industrial