Investment of BCS Automotive for 59 million dollars in Querétaro
Cluster Industrial | January 14, 2022 |

The Governor of the state of Querétaro, Mauricio Kuri, officially announced the investment of the company BCS Automotive Interface Solutions in the state of Bajío, for the construction of a new plant.

The plant will have an investment of close to 59 million dollars and will be located in the Technological Innovation Park, generating 836 new direct jobs, this being the second plant of the automotive supplier in Mexico, which has a location in Reynosa, Tamaulipas.

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Luis Carlos González Jiménez, Director of Strategy and Transformation of BCS Automotive, pointed out that the company decided to locate this plant in Querétaro thanks to the labor market, logistical and transportation advantages, as well as the security provided by the entity.

The plant will open its doors in the second half of 2022, thanks to an order already won to supply steering control modules and other electronic components to Tesla cars in the United States.

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It expects to reach its investment and capacity cap in 3 years and will also supply cabin electrical components to General Motors, among other manufacturers.

In this way, BCS Automotive is committed to Mexico as one of the main supply centers for present and future electric models through products such as complex switches, advanced control panels, interfaces and HBAC controls for intelligent air conditioning, among others.

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