Siemens endorses investments for 200 million dollars in infrastructure in Mexico
Mexico, Nov. 27 (Notimex) .- The multinational Siemens endorsed investments in Mexico for around 200 million dollars in the coming years, to expand its current infrastructure of nine plants, in addition to strengthen its human capital and create at least one thousand direct jobs.
The German company has generated seven thousand direct and 82 indirect jobs of suppliers, in its 123 years of operations in the country, said Gabriel Arrillaga, regional director of Human Resources of Siemens Mexico and Central America.
During the Regional Human Resources Forum held in Valle de Bravo, State of Mexico, he argued that human capital in Mexico is one of its main assets.
For this reason, it confirmed the commitment of this German company with Mexico and its confidence in the national economy, which is why the expansion plans that involve investments for the next 10 years amount to around 200 million dollars.
He reiterated that Siemens continues its projects and strengthens them; considers its collaborators as the most valuable resource it has in the organization and works under an inverted pyramid model where leadership is fostered in each one of them.
To boost the creation of more talent and qualified technicians, he said, the Dual Education program will be strengthened where it is expected to increase enrollment as well as update national professionals in subjects such as digitalization.
Arrillaga pointed out that currently Siemens has nine factories, two distribution centers, two Low and Medium Voltage Centers, 15 sales offices and a central office in Mexico City.
In addition, he said businesses in Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador and Cuba are being promoted from Mexico.