It is located in Monterrey and is made up of 16 forefront laboratories, ranking as one of the most innovative and advanced centres for the automotive industry in Mexico focused on the technologies for the electric and autonomous mobility. ZF in Monterrey currently employs 700 people and expects to reach one thousand workers by 2025.
Martin Fischer, President of ZF North America and member of the Board of Management, emphasized the relevance of the Monterrey campus: “This centre is of utmost importance for our company regionally and globally, as it will allow us to drive innovation and the development of new technologies, helping us stay at the forefront of the mobility industry. In addition, the hubs of corporate functions such as finance, IT and HR operations, which are also part of this campus, are extremely relevant to guarantee the operation and efficiency of the company, since they serve various regions”.
ZF invested $200 million to create one of the most innovative and advanced complexes in the automotive sector in Mexico. The building that houses the corporate functions and the Research and Development centre was designed under the Office 3.0 concept, based on open spaces that promote collaboration and multi-disciplinary work.
“ZF Monterrey represents a crucial step on our path towards a more sustainable and connected mobility. With this campus, we are creating a unique ecosystem in Nuevo Leon that will drive innovation and the development of disruptive mobility technologies,” said Jorge Vazquez, Director of ZF Monterrey and R&D Mexico.