THE CIM FOUNDATION AND THE SOCIEDAD DE TÉCNICOS DE AUTOMOCIÓN (SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIANS) SIGN A COLLABORATION AGREEMENT WITH THE MOTOR CAMPUS
The two entities are reference points in the area of production technologies and in the automotive sector. They will provide free advice to the District Council in relation to the project concerning the training centre for the motoring world and for services to business that the District Council is setting up in Castellolí.
Anoia District Council is the driving force behind the Motor Campus,, and it has signed identical collaboration agreements with the CIM Centre Private Foundation and the Sociedad de Técnicos de Automoción, which will act altruistically and disinterestedly in contributing their experience and giving advice for the proper implementation of the project, which will doubtless be a stimulus for the district’s economy.
The collaboration agreements were formalised today by the Chairperson of the District Council, Xavier Boquete, the Director General of the CIM Private Foundation, and the Director General of the Sociedad de Técnicos de Automoción (STA), Rafael Boronat.
Those collaboration agreements have given the Anoia Motor Campus two prestigious allies. The CIM Foundation, a body registered with Catalonia Polytechnic University, is an acknowledged centre of reference in the field of production technologies. For its part, the STA brings together people, businesses, and institutions related to the automotive sector; it stands out due to its ability to promote technological advances in that sector’s industry.
The CIM Foundation and the Sociedad de Técnicos de Automoción collaborate in the Motor Campus project that the District Council, through the Department for Economic Promotion, is supporting in Castellolí, helping to identify its potentialities and defines its distinguishing features.
They will also work to identify the changes that are occurring in the industrial fabric, and that may have a direct effect on the Campus project. At the same time, they will contribute to defining the training that will be offered by the future training and services centre to businesses, so that it is competitive at the very highest level. In addition, the CIM Foundation and the STA shall study the possibility of setting up a pilot project on the Motor Campus. The CIM Foundation will offer specific advice in matters of innovation and technology, whilst the STA will provide advice in relation to the automotive sector.