Rockwell Collins Mexicali Announces Expansion and Hires Its 1,000th Associate
Consolidating as a leading company in generating employment and specialized training for several generations of engineers, manager and operators.
Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico.
Located in PIMSA Industrial Developers, Mexico’s oldest product sharing manufacturing company Rockwell Collins EEMSA, with more than 50 years in Mexicali, celebrated the hiring of its 1,000th collaborator, consolidating as a leading company in generating employment and specialized training for several generations of engineers, manager and operators. Due to the boom in the aerospace sector, Baja California is growing in aeronautical manufacturing. Therefore, Rockwell Collins’ Corporate, represented in Mexicali by EEMSA, has announced an important expansion in its operations.
Rockwell Collins Mexicali will experience a significant growth in the upcoming months, as explained by Chuck Stroo, Plant Manager. “Reaching 1,000 employees means a great achievement for us; it is synonymous of hard work and continuous growth. Certainly, our goal will be to redouble efforts to multiply that number and consolidate EEMSA as a company that represents not only a better job offer, but also a better quality of life.”
On the other hand, Ernesto Duarte, Human Resources Manager, explained that the company is interested and working on the development of its associates. “Rockwell Collins is a company with great tradition in Mexicali. This operations expansion will allow us to offer more and better jobs for Mexicali’s people. Our company is known for providing opportunities to develop the potential of our collaborators,” said Duarte.
To celebrate this accomplishment, a ceremony took place to welcome associate number 1000, Liliana Perea, who received a recognition from the company with pride and emotion.
Although the company has exceeded on several occasions the headcount of 1,000 associates, it was important to highlight this great achievement that consolidates growth and strengthens Baja California State as a leader in the Aerospace Sector.
Rockwell Collins finished its event recalling it started operations in Mexicali in 1966 with only 16 associates, working on several electronic assembly processes later evolving into the aerospace field.
At PIMSA Industrial Developers we appreciate Rockwell Collins’ trust through all these years being part of the PIMSA family of companies. Congratulations!