Mexico

Commitment with Communities

Ternium believes that industrial activities should bring prosperity to the nearing communities, with a long term vision seeking local development.

This can only be achieved through initiatives that have a high impact on life quality of the communities located close to Ternium’s industrial plants.

The company’s commitment to the Mexican communities includes training young technicians since high school, organizing free sports tournaments, cultural and social activities as well as providing free medical care to families.

Thus, andas part of its social responsibility project, Ternium commits to promote progress  as the best way to reach sustainable development.


Education

We develop educational initiatives to generate opportunities that will have a positive impact on future generations.


Arts and Culture

Art and culture are key to understand our societies. By screening films we seek to boost cultural exchange.


Sport

Ternium Mexico promotes healthy habits in the life of its employees, their families and the community.


Health

We have a scheme of health plans, which is accessible to everyone in the communities where we operate.


Social Integration

By lending communities a helping hand, Ternium Mexico encourages autonomous and sustainable development.

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Numbers


190
young people participate each year in the School Champions Program.

2,200
CONALEP students have been benefited with equipment for their classrooms.

3,560
teachers, students and parents have been rewarded with the Schools of Excellence Program.

1,800
CONALEP students have participated in the basic training on electromechanical industry.

1,992
scholarships have been awarded to young Mexican university students.

23,900
university students and teachers have visited our operations facilities.

3,834
work experience placements are completed.

35,500
spectators attended the six editions of the Ternium Latin American Film Festival in Monterrey and Colima.

29,300
runners took part in the five editions of the Ternium 10K race in Monterrey and Colima.

25,000
athletes, children, youth and adults participated in the Sports Days.

27,000
people have benefited during Health Fairs organized by the company in Monterrey, San Luis Potosi, Puebla, Colima, Monclova, Pihuamo and Aquila.

730
families have received seeds, inputs, tools and technical advice since the start of the Social Integration Program.

236,909
trees have been planted as part of the Reforestation Program.