Miragor Group announced that it would begin production of state-of-the-art consumer electronics equipment at its plant in the Buenos Aires city of Escobar, in an act that was attended by the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa, and the Secretary of Industry and Productive Development, José Ignacio de Mendigurén; from Knowledge Economy, Ariel Suzarchuk, and from Commerce, Matias Tombolini.
“When we all face something together we can move it forward. Here we are all together; Miragor, Samsung, workers, Smata, the state. And we are about to start a cycle that absurdly destroys Argentina. was hacked intoMassa spoke during the act, in which he called for a “development model with inclusiveness”.
“Last week we made the first export of cell phones produced in Argentina to neighboring Paraguay, exporting 140,000 units. This is the work of Argentina to export to our region and the world. The reason for the crisis is to get out of the recurring logic”, the minister highlighted and stressed that unlike the previous government which “did not believe in national industry, this industrialization model is being launched here today it happens only in three countries And it is with you the quality of our employment, what they call our human capital, with the talent, with the investment decision, and with the fact that the state is also supporting.
During the event held at the Miralog plant of Miragor Group, which was also attended by Riccardo Piganelli, Secretary General of Smarta, company officials explained that the project envisages the production of notebooks, headphones and smart watches that will be developed. under the highest global standards of quality, production, technology and knowledge.
“It is with great pride and great pleasure to be able to announce this new investment to be made at our property in Garin, where production lines for notebooks and technology will be added to the already existing production lines for tablets and smart phones. Watches & Headphonessaid Jose Alonso, general manager of Grupo Miragor.
Massa highlighted the company’s announcement saying that with this decision to produce national consumer electronics equipment “we are starting a cycle that was absurdly cut in Argentina despite the quality of employment and the capacity of the companies”. .
Based on figures reported by the firm, the investment will create approximately more than 100 direct jobs.
In his turn, de Mendiguren regarded as a “revolution” that SMEs generate “when they see the conditions and are given the opportunities to invest and grow”, he followed the path of the National Productive Structure proposed by Sergio Massa. also highlighted.
“We are clear about where we want to go, which is to transform Argentina’s productive structure,” said the industry secretary.
On his part, Ariel Suzarchuk, Secretary of Knowledge Economy, said that globally Argentina is considered a leading country in terms of knowledge industry.
“Today we are the global leader in knowledge-based services because the Argentinians have the best of the best. Together with them, we have a clear horizon: to build a country project that includes all of us,” Suzarchuk stressed.
In the same sense, Commerce Secretary Matias Tombolini insisted that the model proposed by the national government creates a “profitability equation” that is linked to added value and volume, and “to charge nothing as not until the very first season”. happened”.
In conclusion, Piganelli said that “we have a historic opportunity and a beautiful chance to move forward, because of the quality of labor, today we are experiencing a new industrial revolution that will help us move forward if the people who drive and we agree and set the rules clear”.
Also attending the meeting were Priscilla Makri, Under Secretary for Industry; Undersecretary for the Promotion and Development of Competencies for the Knowledge Economy, Natalia Volanyuk; and Escobar’s mayor, Carlos Ramil, among other officials.