They highlight Querétaro’s position as “aerospace city of the future”

Published 05/18/2022

During his participation in the Mexico Aerospace Forum 2022 , Marco Antonio Del Prete Tercero , head of the Secretariat for Sustainable Development (Sedesu), described Querétaro as a leading state at the national level in the aerospace sector .

He highlighted, according to the fDi publication of The Financial Times , that Querétaro is positioned among the 10 best aerospace cities of the future.

He recalled that this sector in the entity is made up of 85 companies and organizations, including 24 Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 companies , four OEMs , as well as 12 research and design centers .

Del Prete Tercero explained that the aerospace companies installed in the state offer more than 355 products and services, including: aerostructures, surface and thermal treatments, landing gear components, braking system components, engine components, electrical harnesses, MRO of engines and composite materials .

Finally, he indicated that it is thanks to the triple helix model that significant growth has been generated in the sector in the state, since alliances between industry and academia have been able to create alliances that have triggered success stories with companies. such as Vuhl, Safran and Bombardier .

The panel, moderated by Carlos Robles Álvarez , vice president of the central region of the Mexican Federation of the Aerospace Industry , included the participation of Juan Carlos Corral Martín, president of the Querétaro Aerocluster ; Jorge Gutiérrez de Velasco , director of the Querétaro International Airport ; and Enrique Sosa Gutiérrez , rector of the Aeronautical University in Querétaro .

Source: Mexico Industry



Related posts

June 24, 2022
Mexico import participation to the US
Mexico reduces gap with China in import participation to the U.S.
Mexico reduced in April the gap with China in its share of total imports of products to the United States, from 14.2% and 15.3%, respectively, the […]
June 24, 2022
Mexico renewable energy
Mexico signs renewable energy deals with US firms
The agreements would generate 1,854 megawatts (MW) as the government scrambles to combat climate change. Mexico is home to some of the largest automobile manufacturing plants […]
May 19, 2022
Automotive industry Mexico
Mexico rises to fourth place in the world as a producer of auto parts
Mexico managed to position itself as the fourth world producer of auto parts, surpassing the figures achieved by Germany in this subsector last year. At the […]
April 28, 2022
Aerospace Industry in Queretaro
Queretaro aerospace companies seek to gain 10% of the supply market in Mexico
The Tier 1 and OEM companies attached to the Aeroclúster de Querétaro seek to obtain 10% of their supply in the region in five years, anticipated […]
April 6, 2022
FreightCar America says moving production to Mexico is paying off
FreightCar America Inc. said its business is booming since it moved production to Mexico. The Chicago rail car company (Nasdaq: RAIL) announced in September 2020 that […]
March 10, 2022
What Is Going On in Mexico’s Aerospace Sector?
What Is Going On in Mexico’s Aerospace Sector?
For the past two years, Mexico’s aerospace and aviation sectors have focused on recovering from economic losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, the industry has […]