About Laguna Advanced
We are a group of consolidated companies in the manufacturing industry. We conform an export network (Red Exporta) generating synergies for the promotion of the exportable offer, serving the global value chain of the advanced manufacturing sector.
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Encourage business opportunities
Consolidate the exportable offer
Reduce risks when exporting
Access to new markets
Access to new distribution channels
Advanced manufacturing export network focused in the aerospace industry
Quality in the aerospace industry.
Red Exporta is made up of a group of 7 companies from the region of La Laguna, committed to the quality and elaboration of products in the metalworking industry with advanced manufacturing focused on the aerospace sector
Encourage business opportunities.
The aforementioned companies have an important position within the region of La Laguna and a recognition at the national level within the manufacturing industry to which they belong. They also have the financial, technical and business capacity to meet the demands of international markets, specifically in the advanced manufacturing industry, focused on the aerospace sector.
Therefore, we created Red Exporta, focused on promoting the products and services of our associated companies, with the objective of contributing to the competitiveness and productivity of SMEs in the metalworking sector of La Laguna Region and all over Mexico.
Clúster Aeroespacial de Chihuahua
The Aerospace Cluster of Baja California continues its efforts to provide trained personnel for the Aerospace industry. This industry is one in which a career can be established that often times offers lifetime opportunities. Annually, Mexico graduates more engineers than the United States. .
Clúster Aeroespacial de Sonora
The aerospace cluster in Sonora has smelting processes, machining and secondary processes, as well as operations of aerostructures and composite materials.
A non-profit organization in the state of Nuevo León, in northern Mexico, which brings together the main decision-makers in the aerospace sector of Nuevo León and links them to common objectives and concerted actions. Currently, Monterrey Aeroclúster has 33 members.
Aerospace Industries AssociationThe Aerospace Industries Association (AIA), founded in 1919, only a few years after the birth of flight, is the most authoritative and influential trade association representing the U.S. aerospace and defense industry on Capitol Hill, within the administration and internationally.
Aerospace Industries Association of Canada
The Aerospace Industries Association of Canada (AIAC) is a member-driven, not-for-profit, national organization that promotes and facilitates Canadian competitiveness in the global aerospace industry.