Companies such as Borg Warner, Continental, Metalsa, Eaton, Goodyear, Mabe, ABB, Midori Automotive, Cummins, Draexlmaier, among others; in addition of assemblers in San Luis Potosi, Aguascalientes, Guanajuato and companies from Queretaro and Nuevo Leon were part of the more than 25 companies of the automotive sector that participated in “ExpoPartes 2019,” event organized by the Tecnologico de Monterrey, Campus San Luis Potosi and the Ministry of Economic Development (SEDECO, by its Spanish initials.)


“ExpoPartes 2019” gathered about 2,000 people and had as an objective contributing to the technological, economic and innovative development of San Luis Potosi and Mexico, and sought to reinforce commercial relationships with the vision of generating higher projection in the country investments.


Juan Pablo Adame, linkage direction, extension, and postgraduate of the Tecnologico de Monterrey, said that in this edition they worked to achieve generating a linkage between big industries with small ones and increase the supply chain.


Gustavo Puente, secretary of Economic Development, underlined that this event allowed companies identifying potential suppliers to strengthen their supply chain; they had the opportunity to participate in conferences lectured at the event, as well as learning about the needs of leading companies achieving direct alliances between suppliers and buyers exhibiting their brands to Tier 1 and the different automotive assemblers that will participate.


Moreover, for the first time in ExpoPartes, a job fair was held where 15 participating companies were offering about 350 vacancies for the areas of engineering, bachelor’s degrees, technicians and operators, likely about 400 job seekers are anticipated to attend.


“The Tecnologico de Monterrey fulfills the social commitment of supporting the Ministry with the linkage scheme, looking for companies and help to complete their workforce, achieving the required profiles and of course providing them the opportunity of having interviews with companies and deliver their documents directly, it is a first linkage to try achieving a workspace,” ended Manuel Lozano, head of the Ministry of Labor and Social Security (STPS.)