More than 5,000 jobs will be offered by the San Miguel company Le Bélier, primarily to residents of the municipality.
San Miguel de Allende.- After ten years of dreaming, San Miguel de Allende’s industrial sector with worldwide influence is now a reality that is strengthened with the addition of the new Le Bélier facility.
Mauricio Trejo, the mayor of San Miguel, spoke during the opening of the facility for this French manufacturer of aluminum parts for the automotive and aerospace industries. He emphasized the value of following one’s aspirations. He said that in the case of the Business Park, which employs more than 5,000 people, mostly from San Miguel, and whose construction began in 2013, this is the case.
“Being mayor from 2012 to 2015 gave me the opportunity to feel a sense of personal pride. And in 2013, we erected the first building block of this industrial development. We now have an additional sector, a location where low-income San Migueleños will have the chance to be trained in extremely lucrative employment. These are the social development programs we are binging to San Miguel. Le Bélier comes to improve the quality of life of our people. Welcome. Best wishes, Le Belier!“, Trejo Pureco said.
The municipal president emphasized that this French corporation with Chinese capital is investing in San Miguel with confidence. Meanwhile, the State Governor, Diego Sinhue Rodrguez Vallejo. emphasized the value of cooperating with the State Government The Secretary of Government Libia Garca, and the Secretary of Sustainable Economic Development, Ramón Alfaro, were also present at the event.
In response, as noted by Le Bélier, the Guanajuato state governor welcomed investment in San Miguel de Allende. This T1 supply plant will employ 398 people directly and serve as an example of how the automotive industry is changing to accommodate electric vehicles.
The state executive praised the mayor for their relationship and emphasized that teamwork and trust have produced results in San Miguel, which have helped to diversify the city’s economy. He urged everyone to unite in support of this World Heritage City.
The ceremonial ribbon cutting was done during the opening ceremony by distinguished guests, Mauricio Trejo and Diego Sinhue Rodriguez. They unveiled a memorial plaque and had a tour of the facilities. The CEO of Le Bélier, Yan Chen, and the director of Le Bélier Mexico, Ange Karl Rasidy, represented the board of directors.
A multinational firm, Le Bélier specializes in the production of precise molded aluminum components. They produce goods for both the automotive and aerospace industries. With 4.0 technology, they primarily handle braking, chassis, structural, and air intake systems.
The Municipal Government continues to collaborate with the State Government, the Private Initiative, and new, top-tier businesses to improve the quality of life for San Miguel de Allende residents.
San Miguel Times