ANEAS-CMIC sign a collaboration agreement

The National Association of Water and Sanitation Utilities of Mexico (ANEAS) and the Mexican Chamber of the Construction Industry (CMIC) signed a collaboration agreement that aims at increasing the productivity and competitiveness of members of the construction and business sector and of staff and employees of Water Utilities, based on the exchange of information and training opportunities.

The agreement was signed by Eduardo Ramírez Leal, President of the Board of Directors of CMIC and Arturo Palma Carro, President of ANEAS; Manuel Becerra Lizardi, Vice President of Hydraulic Infrastructure, CMIC; and José Lara Lona, Vice President, ANEAS. Francisco Muñiz Pereyra, Deputy Director of Drinking Water Drainage and Sanitation, Conagua, and Dr. Felipe Arreguín Cortés, Director General, IMTA, signed as solemn witnesses.

The agreement seeks to efficiently the current challenges faced by the water sector through the combined efforts and bilateral exchange based on strategic alliances and several schemes that contribute to the development of its associates. The training is key for ANEAS and the Mexican Hydraulic Association (AMH), the latter also signed a collaboration agreement with CMIC.

Since March 2003 and with the aim of providing better water and sanitation services in Mexico, ANEAS and CMIC have undertaken collaborative activities under these agreements by coordinating and joining efforts for the design, implementation, and dissemination of development programmes for their members, which have been periodically endorsed.

The current agreement promotes training, advisory services, and their preferential costs; it also includes the exchange of information for service opportunities between the CMIC and ANEAS partners.

One notable issue is an agreement aimed at setting up a National Mixed Commission to promote national participation of the construction companies that helps to the viability of water infrastructure projects and in implementation of ANEAS processes at national and regional levels.

 

Source: Social Communications, ANEAS

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