On October 3, the Automotive Cluster of the Valencian Community – AVIA, organized the fourth edition of the Motor Night of the Valencian Community.
This edition of Motor Night, which was attended once again by the Manager of AESA, José Belloch, together with a large group of businessmen from the Cluster, was attended by the Conseller of Sustainable Economy, Rafael Climent and with the Regional Secretary of Economy, Rebeca Torró.
The president of AVIA, Mónica Alegre, said that “political instability scares off investment” and said that “if you give us a stable environment for action, we will create companies, create jobs, innovate, etc.”
The president stressed the importance for the sector of “attracting a Batteries Factory for electric vehicles”. This Project is the subject of a struggle between Autonomous Communities and production centres, but that “we are prepared because we have our network of Technological Institutes, because the Ford Almussafes Factory has announced that it will create a plant to assemble electric batteries and because we have the will of all agents”.
AVIA brings together 112 companies related to the automotive sector, belonging to the metalworking, plastic, engineering, services, packaging and logistics, and consultancy sectors. Thanks to this multisectoral character, AVIA brings together the entire value chain of the sector.
AESA was integrated into the AVIA cluster a few years ago, when AESA began manufacturing parts, by forging and machining aluminium parts and other light alloys, for the automotive sector. The current turnover of AESA for companies in the Automotive sector already accounts for 40% of the total, a percentage that is consolidated annually.
These are some of the pieces forged in aluminium and other light alloys, which we manufacture in AESA for the Automotive sector: