Nine companies and AERA CAAR involved in Industrial and Technology Summit
Representatives of CAAR, AERA And MIJU in Industrial and Technology Summit. / CAAR
Nine companies in the automotive and aeronautical clusters of Aragon ( CAAR and AERA , respectively) are participating in the Industrial and Technology Summit held in Bilbao since last Tuesday, October 1 until today , October 4 , to promote their activities in an industrial event in which manufacturers , contractors have had contact with the participation of companies from more than 20 countries. Specifically , the participating companies were: Composites Aragon Aragonese Mechanical Constructions and Workshops Alot AERA – as partners – and ALGONTEC , MIJU , SA , J. Moulds Cherry, J. Moulds Morales , Mypa and Zatec CAAR – as partners .
The intention of both clusters to attend this fair giving coverage to the companies mentioned is “to promote the external promotion of businesses Aragon the automotive and aeronautics in international markets and in the rest of Spain , as both clusters share objectives . Supporting our partners in the internationalization of their activities and help in finding projects and partners to increase innovation and competitiveness is one of our priorities, ” commented sources of both clusters.
On the stand , over 100 square meters, the nine companies have exhibited their products and technologies , an initiative that fits within the lines of action of both clusters, defined in their strategic plans, most notably the diversification of industrial enterprises in the region. According to sources CAAR and AERA ” a thorough analysis of the capabilities of our partners has led to bet on a line of work that allows a good medium-term sectoral competitive positioning as a tool for improvement.”
This meeting, and have secured from CAAR AERA , “is a great opportunity to showcase the technological capabilities of firms Aragon and seek new partners that collaborate on innovation projects that enhance the competitiveness of both sectors in this region , well as to establish business relationships that may bear fruit in increased exports to EU countries . ”
Source : http://www.auto-revista.com/?p=356476 October 4, 2013