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Aerospace Cluster of Baja California
CARTA DEL EDITOR
BUSINESS CONEXIÓN tiene el gusto de presentar la segunda
edición especial enfocada en el sector aeroespacial, uno de los
más pujantes de la Mega-Región Baja California – San Diego.
Con esta edición especial 2014, BUSINESS CONEXION reconoce al sector Aeroespacial como una de las vocaciones mas productivas de nuestra región, Celebramos nuestro 7to aniversario.
Hemos avanzado en nuestras metas iniciales al convertirnos en
la única publicación bilingüe (español – inglés) enfocada en el
desarrollo económico regional con periodicidad bimestral, sin
embargo, tenemos objetivos definidos en los que seguimos
trabajando con el fin de difundir las cualidades y oportunidades
que tenemos como Megaregión.
Director General y Editor / General Director and Editor
José Luis García Rebollo
Los invito a que nos retroalimenten sobre qué les pareció esta
segunda edición y cómo la podemos mejorar, ya que la intención es publicarla de forma anual.
Colaborador en Redacción / Writing Collaboration
Roberto Lango Santa anna
Astrid Erickson
Un saludo y quedo a la espera de sus comentarios
Atte:
José Luis García Rebollo
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
BUSINESS CONEXIÓN has the pleasure of presenting its second
special edition focused on the aerospace sector, one of the most
thriving in the Baja California – San Diego Mega-Region.
We are also celebrating our 7th anniversary with this special
edition 2014, the first in a long sought-out project that hopes
to support the productive talents of our region. We’ve reached
several of our goals, like becoming the only bilingual (English –
Spanish) and bimonthly publication focused on the economic
development of the region, but there is still work to be done
when it comes to other objectives that, in the end, will help us
make the Megaregion’s qualities and opportunities known.
I invite you to share your thoughts about this second edition and
how we can improve it, since our intent is to publish it annually.
Best regards and hope to read your comments,
Jose Luis Garcia Rebollo.
Coordinadora Editorial / Editorial Coordinator
Azalia Flores Sánchez
Coordinación General / General Coordinator
Rocío Macias Jiménez
Asistente General / General assistant
Diana Garduño
Consejo Editorial / Editorial Board
José García Diego
Ing. Ricardo Cabo Álvarez
Marco Antonio González Arenas
Dr. Emilio Rodríguez
Ing. Enrique Cabrera
Dr. Raúl Alonso
Director Comercial / Commercial Director
José Jorge Ruiz Ph.D.
Diseño Editorial / Editorial Design
Pamela Vera
Efraín Salinas
Jonathan Reyes Herrera
Diseño de Portada / Cover Design
efraín salinas
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Webmaster
Moisés Calvillo
Asesores Jurdicos / Legal Advisers
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Corresponsal Mexicali / Mexicali Correspondent
Miguel Ángel García Rebollo
Corresponsal México D.F. / Mexico City Correspondent
Eduardo Ramírez Ramírez
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interiors
Cluster de Baja California, A.C.
AEROSPACE CLUSTeR
OF BAJA CALIFORNIA
John Riley
Chairman Honorario / Honorary Chairman
Tomas Sibaja
Siasa Air. Presidente Ejecutivo
/ Executive President
GET TO KNOW BAJA CALIFORNIA
In 2011, Baja California received 599.5 million dollars in foreign
direct investment (FDI), which represented 3.1% of the FDI
received in Mexico.
Mensaje del Gobernador de Baja California
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Message from the Gobernor of Baja California
Mensaje del Presidente del Clúster Aeroespacial
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Message from the Chairman of the Aerospace Cluster
¿Qué es la Mega-Región? / Whats the Mega-Region?
Get to Know Baja California
Municipios / Municipalities
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12
20 -25
Eduardo Sigala
Oncore. Miembro del Consejo
Directivo, BoardMember-Aeronautica
/ Aeronautics
Javier Urquizo
Cobham. Miembro del Consejo Directivo,
BoardMember – Defensa / Defense
Carlos Apodaca
Maven. Create Robot. Miembro del Consejo
Directivo, BoardMember – Espacial / Space
Norman Sidney
Baja UV Drones. Miembro del Consejo
Directivo, BoardMember – Drones / UV
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Francisco Cintora
Alfa Aero. Miembro del Consejo Directivo,
BoardMember - MRO / R&O
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Sigifredo Galvez
Grupo Consultor Contable - Tesorero
/ Treasurer
El Sector en Baja California / The Sector in Baja California
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Martín Díaz de León
Atilano, Díaz de León & Asoc. – Secretario
/ Secretary
Capacidades del Sector / The Sector’s capacities
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Mapa de Ruta / Roadmap
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MATRIX: Capabilities, Products and Processes
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Vista General del Sector Aeroespacial en México
Overview of Mexico’s Aerospace Industry
Estructura de la Industria Aeronáutica en Baja California
Structure of the Aeronautic Industry in Baja California
Cesar Castro
Custom Sensors & Technologies CST – Vocal
Sergio Correa
Consejo de Desarrollo de
Tijuana CDT – Cluster Vínculo / Liaison
DIRECTORIO / DIRECTORY
Entidades de Desarrollo Eeconómico / Economic Development Entities
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Instituciones Educativas / Educational Institutions
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Business: Aerospace and Defense Sector
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Business: Aerospace Supporting Industry Ecosystem
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+52 (664) 686.3952
[email protected]
www.bajaaerospace.com
Blvd. Agua Caliente #10611-203 Edif. Centura Col. Aviación,
Tijuana, Baja California, México, C.P. 22420
Conclusion
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Francisco Arturo
Vega de Lamadrid
Gobernador del Estado de Baja California
Governor of the State of Baja California
México ha logrado consolidarse como uno de los actores más importantes a nivel mundial del sector aeroespacial, con un crecimiento de casi el 19% anual
durante los últimos siete años. Sin duda el estado
que mejor representa las cualidades de nuestro país
para la industria es Baja California, al poseer el mayor
número de empresas del sector a nivel nacional, más
de 40 años de experiencia en la industria, ubicación
estratégica que nos permite compartir una frontera
con el mercado más importante en la producción y
consumo aeroespacial y de defensa, un ecosistema
de empresas certificadas y cercanas a la cadena de
valor de California y Arizona, y capital humano joven
y altamente calificado.
Lo invitamos a conocer Baja California, la entidad
que para 2015 se visualiza como un polo de competitividad internacional debido a un ecosistema
productivo de alto valor por su volumen de exportación, nivel de sofisticación de exportaciones, IED,
sustitución de importaciones y proveedores locales.
Para 2020 como el principal Hub de exportación de
servicios basados en conocimientos de alto valor
(KPO) para la industria aeroespacial y de defensa en
el país, y para 2025 como detonador para que México
se convierta en líder de Latinoamérica para sistemas
de fuselaje y alto poder por sistemas de potencia.
With an annual growth of almost 19% during the past
seven years, Mexico has succeeded in positioning itself as one of the world’s most important actors in
the aerospace industry. Without a doubt, the state
that best represents the qualities of our country for
the industry, is Baja California; which is home to the
greatest number of the industry’s companies nationally, has over 40 years of experience in the sector, a
strategic location which permits sharing a border
with the most important market in terms of aerospace
and defense production and consumption, an ecosystem of certified companies close to the California and
Arizona value chain, and young and highly qualified
human capital.
We invite you to discover Baja California, the state
which visualizes itself in 2015 as an internationally
competitive destination due to a high value productive ecosystem as a result of export volume, level of
export sophistication, FDI, substitution of imports,
and local suppliers. For 2020, as the principal export Hub of services based on knowledge process
outsourcing (KPO) for the country’s aerospace and
defense industry. And for 2025, a detonator so that
Mexico will convert itself in a leader for Latin America
in fuselage systems and high power potency systems.
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carta de bienvenida
Carlo Bonfante Olache
SECRETARY OF ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT of Baja California
Baja California es plataforma de producción y exportación
de 80 empresas del sector aeroespacial y de defensa que
centran sus capacidades de innovación en pruebas de integración completa de aeronaves, así como en el diseño de interiores. En manufactura, esta entidad se especializa en maquinados de maquinados de precisión, sistemas eléctricos y
de potencia, sistemas hidráulicos e interiores y procesos de
conformación de placas de metal. Algunas empresas tienen
capacidades internas para procesos especiales, tratamientos
térmicos y superficiales. También realizan actividades de
MRO de partes de motor.
Juntas emplean al 50% de la fuerza laboral de la industria
en México, representan casi el 27% de las exportaciones del
sector a nivel nacional, y conforman el corredor de manufactura de componentes complejos que optimiza la cadena de
suministro asociada al corredor California – Seattle.
Baja California es un destino idóneo para las actividades que
requieran conocimientos de alto valor agregado y manufactura avanzada para el sector aeroespacial y de defensa.
Lo invitamos a conocer Baja California, un lugar atractivo
para establecerse y crecer.
Baja California is a production and exportation platform for
80 companies from the aerospace and defense industries
that center their innovation capacities in complete airplane
integration tests, as well as the interior design. With regard
to manufacturing, the states specializes itself in precision machinery, electric and potency systems, hydraulic and interior
systems, and metal plaque configuration processes. Some
companies have the internal capacity for special processes
and thermal and superficial treatments. These also realize motor part maintenance, repair, and operations (MROs).
Together, these companies employ 50% of the industry’s
workforce in Mexico, represent almost 27% of the sector’s
exports at a national level, and make up the manufacturing
corridor of complex components which optimize the assembly line associated with the California-Seattle corridor.
Baja California is the perfect destination for activities that
require knowledge process outsourcing and advanced
manufacturing for the aerospace and defense sectors.
We invite you to discover Baja California, a great place set
up and grow.
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carta de bienvenida
Cluster de Baja California, A.C.
John Riley
Honorary Chairman Aerospace
Cluster of Baja California, a.c.
El Clúster Aeroespacial de Baja California continúa sus esfuerzos para proveer personal calificado a la industria aeroespacial.
Esta es una industria en la cual una profesión se puede ejercer
de manera tan constante, que, por lo general, ofrece oportunidades de por vida. Anualmente, México egresa más ingenieros
que los Estados Unidos. Junto con una población media de menos de 30 años, esto proporciona oportunidades a largo plazo.
Las escuelas locales y las empresas aeroespaciales se han unido,
de manera que las empresas proporcionan herramientas como
equipo mecanizado, mientras que las escuelas técnicas suministran la formación. Los egresados de estos programas están
siendo rápidamente apadrinados por la industria.
Otros ejemplos de esfuerzos en formación están demostrados en cursos certificados de CATIA software proporcionados por CANIETI, la Cámara Nacional de la Industria Electrónica de Telecomunicaciones y Tecnologías de la Información.
Durante la primera mitad de este año, CANIETI sede noroeste graduó aproximadamente 45 estudiantes certificados a
través de este esfuerzo.
Baja California ha tenido también una presencia activa en
la manufactura de Drones, también conocidos como UAVs
(Vehículo Aéreo No Tripulado). 3D Robotics es una empresa
que ha tenido buenos resultados con la manufactura de sus
productos en Baja California. Sin embargo, no es la única empresa que ha tenido gran éxito en la manufactura de algunos
de sus productos en el estado.
Un segmento que no se ha tenido en cuenta y que tiene gran
presencia en el estado, es la industria de defensa. Este sector
ha estado aprovechando las ventajas de trabajar en la entidad por muchos años. Con los acuerdos Wassenaar, ITAR
y BASA (el Acuerdo Bilateral de Seguridad de Aviación), se
prevé que la industria va a seguir su crecimiento.
Tengo la buena fortuna de haber podido participar muchos
años en esta industria y animo a los que tienen experiencia, a
unirse en nuestros esfuerzos para educar y entrenar la fuerza
laboral aeroespacial de hoy. Esta industria, por su naturaleza,
puede proveer profesiones, no sólo trabajos. Las oportunidades son excelentes y el tiempo invertido en la industria será
algo que nos enorgullecerá.
Puedo expresar mi orgullo con una frase simple:
Responsabilidad personal en el esfuerzo diario.
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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. Coupling
this with a population with an average age of less than 30
years old, provides long term opportunities.
Local schools and aerospace companies have joined together
where the companies provide equipment such as machining
equipment and the trade schools provide the training. Graduates of these programs are quickly absorbed by the industry.
Other examples of training efforts are demonstrated in certified CATIA software courses provided by CANIETI, the National Chamber of information technology, electronics, telecommunications and electronics. In the first half of this year,
the Tijuana chapter of CANIETI has graduated approximately
45 certified students through this effort.
Baja California also has an active presence in the manufacturing of Drones, otherwise known as UAV’s. 3D Robotics is
a company that that has had good results with their manufacturing of their product in Baja California. They are not the
only company to find great success in manufacturing some
of their product in the state.
An often overlooked segment that has a strong presence in
the state, is the defense industry. This industry has been utilizing the advantages of working in the state for many years.
With the Wassenaar Agreement, ITAR and BASA (Bilateral
Aviation Safety Agreement) this industry is expected to continue its’ growth.
I have had the good fortune to spend many years in this industry and I encourage those with the expertise, to join in
our efforts to educate and train today’s aerospace workforce.
This industry, by its’ nature, can provide careers, not just jobs.
The opportunities are great and the time invested in the industry will be something that will make you proud.
I can BEST express this PRIDE, as an acronym:
PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY IN DAILY EFFORT
mega-region
¿qué es la mega-región?
whats the mega-region?
La Mega Región económica de Baja California y el
Sur de California es una de las principales regiones
y centros de alta tecnología en el mundo. Esta Mega
Región cuenta con una fuerza de trabajo amplia y
un capital humano de clase mundial, con varios centros académicos y de investigación aplicada de gran
prestigio nacional e internacional.
The Baja California and Southern California Economic Mega Region is one of the world’s main
high tech regions and centers. This Mega Region
offers a wide workforce and world-class human
capital, as well as a variety of academic and applied research centers of great national and international prestige.
Con una población total de más de 6.5 millones de
personas, la Mega Región económica de Baja California y el Sur de California cuenta con la mayor concentración de la población a lo largo de la frontera
México - Estados Unidos. Proporciona acceso directo a todos los mercados de América del Norte y se
encuentra estratégicamente ubicada para acceder a
los mercados comerciales en la Cuenca del Pacífico
y es una puerta de entrada comercial y económica a
los mercados emergentes de Latinoamérica.
With a total population of more than 6.5 million
people, the Baja California and Southern California
Economic Mega Region has the biggest concentration of population along the Mexico-United States
border. It provides direct access to all of North
America’s markets and it is strategically positioned
so that the markets within the Pacific Rim can be accessed. It is a commercial and economic gateway for
emerging Latin American markets.
En el 2011 los números indicaban que su PIB era de
202.4 mil millones de dólares al año, que existen 28
mil 656 metros cuadrados de territorio, que existía
una fuerza laboral 3.1 millones de personas, y que
2.8 millones de éstas estaban empleadas.
In 2011, the numbers showed that the region’s GDP
was $202.4 billion dollars, there are 28,656 square
meters of land, there is a workforce of 3.1 million
people, and that 2.8 million were employed.
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los angeles
san diego
tijuana
phoenix
imperial
tecate
mexicali
rosarito
ensenada
mexico
get to know
Baja California
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cabo san lucas
ee.uu.
Capital
Mexicali
5:
Municipios / Municipalities
Mexicali, Ensenada, Playas
de Rosarito, Tecate y Tijuana
Población / Population
3,155,070
habitantes
2 .8 % de l a p ob l ación nacional
Extensión Territorial / Territorial Extension
71,446
km2
3 . 6 % d e l a s u p e r f i c i e d e l pa í s
S e c t o r c o n m ay o r a p o r ta c i ó n a l P I B E s tata l :
/ Sector with the highest contribution to the state’s GDP:
I n d u s t r i a s m a n u fa c t u r e r a s ( 2 0 . 6 % )
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m a n u fa c t u r i n g i n d u s t r y
Población / Population
De acuerdo a datos censales de 2010, Baja California cuenta con 3, 155,070 habitantes,
cifra que lo coloca como el décimo cuarto estado más poblado del país.
According to the 2010 data census, Baja California has 3,155,070 inhabitants, a figure
that places it as the fourteenth most populated state.
3,155,070
habitantes / inhabitants
En ese año, dos municipios
concentraron un poco menos del
80
%
During that year, two municipalities
concentrated a little less than
de la población del estado
of the state’s population
De la población del estado
50.4%
hombres
/ men
49.6%
mujeres
/ women
49.4% Tijuana
29.7% mexicali
Of the state’s population
Los resultados censales confirman que Baja California aún es
una entidad de jóvenes, ya que la mitad de los residentes
tiene 26 años o menos y la proporción de población infantil
(de 0 a 14 años de edad) supera el 28%.
The census results confirm that Baja California is young, half
of the residents are 26 years old or less and the proportion of
children (0 to 14 years) to adults is 28%.
Ubicación geográfica / Geographical Location
El estado de Baja California se encuentra localizado en
el noroeste de México, en la parte norte de la península
del mismo nombre. Tiene frontera común con EE.UU.,
colinda al norte con los estados de California y Arizona,
y se encuentra delimitado por el Mar de Cortés al este y
al oeste por el Océano Pacífico.
The state of Baja California is located in Mexico’s northeast region, in the northern part of the peninsula by the
same name. It has a common border with the United
States, adjoining to the north with California and Arizona, and delimited to the east by the Sea of Cortez and
to the west with the Pacific Ocean.
De una gran belleza natural, Baja California cuenta con
sierras impresionantes, vastas extensiones desérticas,
valles fértiles y extensos litorales de singular riqueza
pesquera; como en ninguna otra parte se conjugan el
desierto y la costa y se dan algunos de los paisajes más
bellos de la tierra. En sus valles florece una agricultura
comercial y próspera que es fuente de abastecimiento
para los mercados nacionales e internacionales.
Of great natural beauty, Baja California has impressive
sierras, vast desert extensions, fertile valleys and extensive littorals of singular fishery wealth. Like in no other
place, desert and shore combine tocreate some of the
earth’s most beautiful landscapes. Within its valleys,
commercial and prosperous agriculture blooms, supplying domestic and international markets.
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economía / Economy
De acuerdo con la Secretaría de Economía, el Producto
Interno Bruto (PIB) de Baja California en 2012 ascendió a
más de 424 mil millones de pesos, lo que representó el
2.81% con respecto al total nacional, y en comparación
con el año anterior tuvo un incremento del 4.21%.
According to the Secretary of Economy, Baja California’s GDP amounted to over $424 billion pesos
($35.2 billion dollars) in 2012, accounting for 2.81%
of the nation’s total.
Tertiary activities, which constitute trade, real
estate and transport, contributed to 60% of the
state’s GDP in 2012.
Las actividades terciarias, entre las que se encuentran el
comercio, servicios inmobiliarios y transportes, aportaron 60% al PIB estatal en 2012.
Strategic sectors in the state are: aerospace, electronics, appliances, medical products, biotechnology, information technology, medical services,
transportation and wine.
Los sectores estratégicos en el estado son: aeroespacial,
electrónicos, electrodomésticos, productos médicos,
biotecnología, tecnologías de la información, servicios
médicos, transporte y vitivinícola.
Estructura del PIB de Baja California 2012
Baja California’s GDP Structure in 2012
60% Actividades Terciarias / Tertiary Activities
37% Actividades secundarias / Secondary Activities
3%
Actividades primarias / Primary Activities
Empleo / Employment
Baja California reportó 1.4 millones de trabajadores en 2012,
principalmente en el sector servicios, lo que representó 2.9% respecto
al personal ocupado en el sector a nivel nacional.
Baja California reported 1.4 million workers in 2012, mainly in the
service sector, which represented about 2.9% of the occupied
personnel in that sectorin all of Mexico.
educación / Education
De un total de 9 mil 735 egresados del nivel licenciatura en Baja
California en el ciclo escolar 2011 – 2012, 2 mil 734 egresaron del área de
ingeniería, manufactura y construcción.
From a total of 9,735 undergraduates in Baja California during
the 2011-2012 school year, 2,734 graduated in engineering,
manufacturing and construction.
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Infraestructura / Infrastructure
escuelas / Schools
311
193
escuelas de
educación superior
escuelas de educación
media superior
higher secondary
education schools
153
colleges
escuelas de capacitación para el trabajo
job training schools
carreteras / Highways
El estado contaba en 2011 con una longitud carretera de:
11,429 km
4
In 2011, the state’s highway length was:
7,101 mi
AEROPUERTOS INTERNACIONALES
International Airports
223 km
138 mi
Vías férreas
4
Railways
PUERTOS MARíTIMOS
Seaports
Fuente / Source INEGI. Statistical Yearbook. Baja California. Mexico. 2011
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Inversión Extranjera Directa
/ Direct Foreign Investment
inversión privada por municipio en baja california
/ Private investment for municipality in Baja California
1.4%
tecate
1.0%
playas de rosarito
12.1%
ensenada
60.2%
25.3%
mexicali
tijuana
Fuente / Source Secretaría de Desarrollo Económico de Baja California
inversión privada por sector en baja california
/ Private Investment per Sector in Baja California, 2012
1.4%
industria extractiva
/ Extractive Industry
42.9%
industria manufacturera
/ Industrial Manufacturing
0.3%
infraestructura pesquera
/ Fishing Infrastructure
43.1
%
vivienda
/ Housing
6.7
%
7.0%
infraestructura comercial
/ Commercial Infrastructure
turismo
/ Tourism
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Liderazgos / Leadership
Baja California
La frontera más transitada del mundo
The busiest border in the world
Tercer lugar nacional en Inversión Extranjera Directa
Nationally in 3rd place regarding direct foreign investment
La entidad con la economía más abierta del país
The nation’s most open economical entity
Primer lugar nacional en Índice de Estructura Competitiva (ITESM)
Nationally in 1st place with regard to thecompetitive structure index
Quinto lugar nacional en movimiento aéreo de carga
Nationally in 5th place with regard to air cargo movement
Cuarto lugar nacional en movimiento portuario de carga
Nationally in 4th place with regard to seaport cargo movement
Primer lugar nacional en condiciones de ocupación
Nationally in 1st place with regard to occupancy condition
Tercer lugar nacional en competitividad
Nationally in 3rd place with regard to competitiveness
El estado con la menor desigualdad en la distribución del ingreso en el país
The state with the least income distribution inequality in the country
Primer lugar en crecimiento de la población económicamente activa en la frontera norte
1st place in economically active population growth in the northern border
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municipios
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Número de habitantes por municipio
Number of inhabitants per municipality
936,826 466,814
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Cuenta con una población de 936 mil 826 habitantes, 80% de éstos distribuidos en la zona urbana.
La ciudad de Mexicali ha sido reconocida por ser
de las mejores ciudades para vivir, trabajar y establecer negocios.
Las principales actividades económicas son la manufactura, comercio, servicios y construcción. Además, el Valle de Mexicali es de los más importantes
en el país, dentro del sector agropecuario.
Mexicali ha atraído exitosas empresas nacionales
e internacionales como UTC Aerospace Systems,
Honeywell, Intuitive Surgical, Kenworth, Gulfstream, Kellogg´s y recientemente SunPower, empresa líder en la fabricación de paneles solares,
entre muchas otras.
Mexicali, una ciudad progresista
cuya vocación transitó de lo agrícola
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11va ciudad más grande de México.
Más de 130 empresas de capital extranjero tan
solo a nivel industrial.
Clústers industriales (Aeroespacial, Industria
Médica, Automotriz, Electrónica, Energías Renovables, entre otros).
Trabajadores altamente calificados y fuerza de
trabajo estable.
Población joven: 66% de la población tiene
menos de 34 años.
12 universidades (privadas y públicas consideradas dentro de las mejores del país).
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Has a population of 936,826 inhabitants, 80% of
which are live in urbanized areas. The City of Mexicali has been recognized as being one of the best
cities to live, work and establish business in.
The main economical activities are manufacturing,
trade, services and construction. Furthermore, within the agricultural sector, the Mexicali Valley is one
of the country’s most important locations.
Mexicali has brought successful national and international companies like Aerospace Systems,
Honeywell, Intuitive Surgical, Kenworth, Gulfstream, Kellogg’s and, recently, SunPower, a leading company in the manufacture of solar panels,
among many others.
Mexicali, a progressive city whose
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Mexico’s 11th biggest city
More than 130 foreign capital companies at an
industrial level.
Industrial clusters (Aerospace, Medical Industry, Automotive, Electronic, and Renewable Energies, among others).
Highly qualified workers and a stable workforce
Young population: 66% of the population is
less than 34 years old.
12 universities (both private and public and
considered to be some of the nation’s best)
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Ensenada posee una población de 466 mil
814 personas. Dentro de México se destaca
como la ciudad con más científicos per cápita, por lo que es una de las principales sedes
de investigación y desarrollo (I+D) del país.
Entre las 12 instituciones de educación superior de Ensenada, existen cuatro principales
centros de I+D, en su mayoría enfocados a las
áreas de Biotecnología, Nanociencias, Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación,
Óptica, Física y Ciencias Marinas.
Ensenada tiene conexión con 64 puertos de
28 países del mundo y es sede del puerto
de altura y cabotaje de México más cercano
a Asia. Ofrece un servicio competitivo para
el movimiento de contenedores y carga en
general, y por lo tanto es una excelente opción para establecer comunicación directa
con los mercados de Estados Unidos, Centroamérica y Sudamérica.
Las exportaciones por el Puerto de Ensenada se dirigen principalmente a China, Hong
Kong, Corea, Japón, Malasia, Taiwán e Indonesia en Asia; Costa Rica, Honduras y Chile en
Centroamérica; Francia, Italia y España en Europa; Marruecos y Argelia en África. Mientras
que las importaciones provienen principalmente de los mismos países de Asia; así como
Nicaragua en Centroamérica y Nueva Zelanda
en Oceanía, entre otros. El mayor dinamismo
se presenta con Asia, debido al intercambio
comercial de la industria maquiladora.
Entre otras de las fortalezas de esta ciudad
está la baja rotación de personal (promedio de 3% - 5%), bajos costos de operación
y formación educativa orientada a la ingeniería, las ciencias y la tecnología.
Ensenada, el único puerto comercial del
estado y el segundo puerto de cruceros
más importante de México
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Es el municipio más grande del mundo por su extensión territorial.
Es sede del puerto de altura y cabotaje
de México más cercano a Asia.
Su oferta educativa está orientada a la
ingeniería, las ciencias y la tecnología.
Es punta de lanza en investigación
científica, tanto básica como aplicada.
Su ubicación estratégica le brinda la
oportunidad de acceder a 64 puertos
de 28 países.
Ensenada has a population of 466,814.
In Mexico, it stands out as the city with
more scientists per capita, so it is one
of the country’s main venues for research and development (R&D). Among
the 12 institutions of higher education
in Ensenada, there are four major R&D
centers, mostly focused on biotechnology, nano sciences, information technology and communication, optics,
physics and marine science.
Ensenada is connected with 64 ports
of 28 countries around the world and
is home to Mexico’s closest seaport
and fleet to Asia. It offers a competitive
service for the movement of containers and general cargo, and, therefore,
is an excellent choice to establish direct
communication with the markets of the
United States, as well as Central and
South America’s.
Exports through the Port of Ensenada
are mainly to China, Hong Kong, Korea,
Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan and Indonesia
in Asia; Costa Rica, Honduras and Chile
in Central America; France, Italy and
Spain in Europe; Morocco and Algeria
in Africa. Imports mainly come from the
same Asia export countries, Nicaragua
in Central America and New Zealand in
Oceania, among others. The greatest
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Asia, due to
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industry trade.
Among the city’s strengths
is the low personnel turnover rate (an average of 3% to
5%), low operating costs, and educational training focused on engineering,
science and technology.
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Ensenada is the world’s biggest
municipality due to its territorial
extension.
It houses Mexico’s seaport and
fleet closest to Asia.
Its educational offer is oriented
towards engineering, science and
technology.
It is spearheading scientific research, both basic and applied.
Its strategic location brings access
opportunity to 64 seaports of 28
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municipios
/ municipalities
Playas de Rosarito
El municipio de Playas de Rosarito es el más joven
en el estado, posee 90 mil 668 habitantes. Sus principales actividades económicas son el comercio, el
turismo y la pesca.
El turismo contribuye con aproximadamente el
34.4% de los ingresos que percibe el municipio, entre cuyas características se encuentra un extenso y
bello litoral, playas arenosas y cantiles, excelente
clima, modernos hoteles, restaurantes de primera
categoría y desarrollos turísticos a la altura de cualquier urbe.
Al conurbarse con Tijuana y Tecate, integrando la
principal zona metropolitana del noroeste de México, se prevé que Playas de Rosarito llegará a albergar hasta un millón de habitantes a mediano plazo,
conservando su principal vocación económica en el
turismo que le dio vida.
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Se encuentra en el centro neurálgico de la Zona
Metropolitana de la Zona Costa del estado.
En apenas 15 años, Playas de Rosarito duplicó su
población, al pasar de 45 mil a 90 mil habitantes
en el 2010. De continuar esa tendencia la población de Rosarito se duplicará nuevamente en el
año 2030, fecha en que de acuerdo con esa proyección alcanzará los 180 mil habitantes.
Cuenta con 16 mil residentes extranjeros permanentes.
Los servicios médicos representan una potencial
fuente de divisas turísticas para el municipio.
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Rosarito is the state’s youngest municipality. It has
90,668 inhabitants. Its principal economical activities are trade, tourism and fishing.
Tourism contributes to about 34.4% of the municipality’s earnings, whose features are an extensive
and beautiful coastline, sandy beaches and cliffs,
excellent climate, modern hotels, first class restaurants and resorts that are comparable to those of
the best cities.
By joining Tijuana and Tecate, integrating the major metropolitan area of northwestern Mexico, it is
expected that Rosarito will hold up to one million
inhabitants in medium-term, preserving its main
economic vocation the tourism that gave it life.
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It is located in the heart of the state’s metropolitan waterfront area
In just 15 years, in 2010, Playas de Rosarito’s
population doubled, from 45,000 (in 1995) to
90,000 inhabitants. If this trend is to be continued, Rosarito’s population will double again in
2030. According to this projection, Rosarito will
reach 180,000 inhabitants that same year.
It counts 16,000 permanent residents.
Medical services represent a potential source
of tourism for the municipality’s currency.
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El municipio y ciudad de Tecate esta estratégicamente ubicada en el centro geográfico de Baja California, por su territorio
cruza la red de carreteras que interconectan todas las cabeceras municipales de los
cinco municipios del Estado, además de un
puerto de cruce comercial y turístico a los
Estados Unidos y una vía ferroviaria con
gran potencial porque cruza las fronteras
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La actividad económica fundamental de
Tecate es la industria cervecera y la industria maquiladora y en menor grado la
agricultura, la ganadería, el comercio y los
servicios.
Actualmente se encuentran establecidas
135 maquiladoras en Tecate, con una antigüedad promedio de 15 años.
Una de los más tradicionales medios de comunicación en Tecate es el Ferrocarril que
proviene de Campo California y termina
en Tijuana Baja California. Se utiliza para
transportar insumos o productos terminados a Estados Unidos. Existen proyectos
muy avanzados para transportar carga y
pasajeros de Tecate a Tijuana por esta vía,
así como un tren de carga de Ensenada a
Tecate. El sistema Ferroviario está proyectado para ser una vía alterna en el transporte Industrial, Comercial y Turístico.
Tecate, la ciudad más céntrica
de todo el Estado
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Cuenta con 101 mil habitantes, 80% de
éstos distribuidos en la zona urbana.
11 mil personas trabajan en la industria maquiladora.
La actividad económica fundamental
es la industria cervecera y la industria
maquiladora.
Sus principales vocaciones son: Alimentos y Bebidas, Manufactura, Electrónica, Plásticos.
The municipality and city of Tecate is
strategically located in the geographical center of northern Baja California.
Through its territory runs the highway
network that connects the state’s five
municipalities, as well as a commercial
and touristic crossing port to the United
States, and a railway with great potential due to its connection between the
cities of San Diego and Los Angeles.
Tecate’s fundamental economic activity are the brewing industry, the
maquiladora industry, and, to a lesser
degree, the agriculture, cattle raising,
trade and services.
Currently, there are 135 maquiladoras
established in Tecate, with an average
longevity of 15 years.
One of the most traditional communication mediums in Tecate is the railroad that comes from Campo, California and ends in Tijuana, Baja California.
It is used to transport supplies and
finished products to the United States.
There are highly advanced projects designed to carrying cargo and passengers from Tecate to Tijuana, as well as a
freight train from Ensenada to Tecate.
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The railroad system is designed to
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pathway in the
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commercial and tourist
transportation.
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11,000 people work in the maquiladora industry
The fundamental economic activities are the brewing industry and
the maquiladora industry.
Its principal vocations are food and
beverage, manufacturing, electronics and plastics.
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municipios
/ municipalities
Tijuana
Tijuana se localiza en el noroeste de Baja California
y del territorio nacional, se le conoce como “La Esquina de México”. Al norte colinda con los Estados
Unidos, al sur con los municipios de Playas de Rosarito y Ensenada, al este con el municipio de Tecate;
y al oeste con el Océano Pacífico. Su población total
es de 1, 559,683 personas.
Tijuana is located in Mexico and Baja California’s
northeast section; it is known as “the corner of Mexico.” To the north, it borders with the United States,
to the south with the municipalities of Playas deRosarito and Ensenada, to the east with Tecate; and to
the west with the Pacific Ocean. Its population is of
1,559,683 inhabitants.
Esta ciudad ha desarrollado capacidades de clase
mundial en la industria electrónica, de dispositivos
médicos, aeroespacial, automotriz, y nuevas capacidades emergentes en tecnología limpia.
This city has developed world-class capabilities
in the electronic, medical device, aerospace and
automotive industries, as well as emerging capabilities in clean technology.
Cuenta con más de 50 años de experiencia en la
exportación de manufactura, actividad de la que
se estima proviene el 35% de su PIB. La industria
manufacturera es la principal fuente de empleo y
representa el 47% de los empleos permanentes generados por el sector privado en esta ciudad.
It has more than 50 years of experience in the export of manufacturing, activity from which the 35%
of its GDP is estimated. The manufacturing industry
is the main source of employment and represents
47% of the city’s permanent jobs generated by the
private sector.
Con 569 plantas, Tijuana cuenta con más instalaciones
de manufactura de exportación que cualquier otra ciudad en México. Tijuana cuenta además con la mayor
concentración de empresas aeroespaciales en el país.
With 569 plants, Tijuana has more export manufacturing plants than any other city in Mexico. Tijuana
also has the biggest concentration of aerospace
companies in the country.
Además de la actividad industrial, la economía de
Tijuana también se sustenta en el sector del comercio, el turismo y los servicios financieros.
Besides the industrial activity, the trade, tourism,
and financial service sectors also sustain Tijuana’s
economy.
El crecimiento promedio del PIB en los últimos 10
años ha sido de 4.1% (Más de tres veces el promedio
nacional).
The average GDP growth within the past 10 years has
been 4.1% (more than three times the national average).
Tijuana, la tercera ciudad más
importante del país por su dinámica
productiva y poblacional
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Más de 569 plantas de manufactura.
Más de 148 mil empleos generados por la industria manufacturera.
El sector de la electrónica representa el 30% de la industria manufacturera en Tijuana.
Más del 90% de las empresas con 250 empleados o
más tienen certificación ISO.
La demanda de proveeduría industrial en Tijuana asciende a 11 mil millones de dólares anualmente, principalmente para los sectores de
electrónica, productos médicos, automotriz,
aeroespacial, entre otros.
Posee más de 35 universidades públicas y privadas y 14 escuelas técnicas.
Tiene una de las tasas más altas de alfabetización
en México en el segmento de población de más
de 17 años de edad.
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Tijuana, the nation’s 3rd most important
city due to its dynamic productivity
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More than 569 manufacturing plants.
More than 148,000 jobs generated by the manufacturing industry
The electronic sector represents 30% of the manufacturing industry in Tijuana.
More than 90% of the companies with 250 or
more employees have an ISO certification.
The industrial supply demand in Tijuana
amounts $1 billion dollars annually, mainly for
the electronic medical devices, automotive
and aerospace sectors, among others.
It has more than 35 public and private universities,
as well as 14 technical schools.
It has one of the highest literacy rates in Mexico
in the population segment over 17 years of age.
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Metropolitan
Area
La Zona Metropolitana de Tijuana se integra por los municipios de Tijuana, Tecate y
Playas de Rosarito, su población asciende a
1, 751,430 habitantes.
Colinda al norte con el estado de California,
EE.UU., al oeste limita con las costas del Océano Pacífico, y al sur con el municipio de Ense-
The metropolitan area of Tijuana is comprised of the municipalities of Tijuana,
Tecate and Playas de Rosarito; its population
amounts to 1,751,430 inhabitants.
It borders to the north with the state of
California, to the west with the coasts of
the Pacific Ocean, and to the south with the
nada; lo que da lugar a la zona metropolitana
transfronteriza más grande de México.
De las 56 zonas metropolitanas que existen
en el país, la Zona Metropolitana de Tijuana
ocupa la 6ta posición en desarrollo económico y la 21 en Latinoamérica.
municipality of Ensenada; which is Mexico’s
biggest trans-border metropolitan area.
Of the 56 metropolitan areas that exist in the
country, Tijuana’s metropolitan area occupies the 6th place in economic development
in Mexico and 21st in Latin America.
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VISTA GENERAL DEL SECTOR
AEROESPACIAL Y DE DEFENSA
EN MéXICO
México se ha consolidado como un líder global en el sector aeroespacial. El nivel de exportaciones ha registrado un crecimiento
mayor a 16% en promedio anual durante el período 2006-2012, y
en 2013 alcanzó un monto de 5 mil 463 millones de dólares. Por
su parte, las importaciones alcanzaron un monto de 4 mil 412 millones de dólares, manteniendo una balanza comercial positiva
durante 2013.
En el país operan 267 empresas y entidades de apoyo aeroespaciales, las cuales, en su mayoría cuentan con certificaciones NADCAP
y AS9100. Dichas empresas y entidades de apoyo se encuentran
distribuidas en 18 estados y, de acuerdo con estimaciones de la
Federación Mexicana de la Industria Aeroespacial, emplearon en
2013 a más de 34 mil trabajadores.
Confiabilidad
El sistema de control de exportaciones mexicano fue puesto bajo
evaluación por parte de los países pertenecientes al Acuerdo Wassenaar: México fue un caso sobresaliente debido a su admisión en
tiempo record, aun cuando no se habían otorgado aprobaciones
a nuevos miembros en los cinco años anteriores. La admisión de
México dentro de este arreglo muestra el interés por parte de la
comunidad internacional en el país como un destino confiable
para la integración de tecnologías sensibles. Recíprocamente, la
aceptación dentro de este prestigioso grupo marca el compromiso de México de permanecer siempre como un destino seguro
para la producción de bienes y servicios que incluyan tanto tecnologías restringidas como bienes y servicios de uso dual.
Costos Competitivos
Fortalezas del Sector Aeroespacial en México
Según un estudio de KPMG, México es 15.7% más competitivo en
costos, en comparación a Estados Unidos.
Eje logístico
Una de las razones que explican la creciente actividad del sector
aeronáutico en México es su localización geográfica, al estar
cerca de Estados Unidos y Canadá, dos de los principales países
productores y desarrolladores de tecnología aeroespacial, lo
que abre oportunidades para la integración tanto industrial
como tecnológica aprovechando la vinculación con los polos
aeroespaciales como Quebec y Seattle. Además, su acceso a los
mercados asiático y europeo posiciona a México como el centro
logístico y de manufactura aeroespacial de las Américas.
Experiencia
La experiencia y éxito de México en el desarrollo de sectores
como el automotriz y el eléctrico-electrónico aportan una plataforma de manufactura avanzada e infraestructura, favoreciendo
el desarrollo de la industria aeroespacial en el país y permitiendo
la optimización de las cadenas de suministro, programas de apoyo comunes y ventajas sinérgicas.
Fuente / Source ProMéxico
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Innovación
La gran cantidad de universidades y centros de investigación en
el tema de manufactura avanzada y materiales favorecen el desarrollo de proyectos de innovación en el sector.
Talento
De acuerdo a estimaciones de CONACyT, en 2012 se graduaron
111.4 mil estudiantes de ingeniería y tecnología. Según cifras de
2010 de UNESCO, en México hay 18% más graduados en ingeniería manufactura y construcción per cápita que en Estados Unidos.
Calidad Certificada
México es uno de los pocos países que cuenta con un acuerdo
bilateral de reconocimiento mutuo de los sistemas de certificación aeronáutica-BASA (Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement) con
la Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Por su parte, las empresas han certificado sus procesos conforme a los estándares de la
industria, ISO – 9001, AS 9100, y NADCAP.
OVERVIEW OF MEXICO’S
AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE INDUSTRY
Mexico has consolidated itself as a global leader in the
aerospace industry. During the period from 2006 to 2012,
exports registered an average annual growth of over 16%,
and in 2013, reached $5.463 billion dollars. On the other
hand, imports totaled $4.412 billion dollars, maintaining a
positive commercial balance for 2013.
In Mexico, there are 267 companies and supporting organizations, most of them have NADCAP and AS9100 certifications. These companies and supporting organizations
are located in 18 states and, according to estimates by the
Mexican Federation of the Aerospace Industry, employed
over 34,000 employees in 2013.
Reliability
The Mexican export control system was evaluated by countries belonging to the Wassenaar Accord. Mexico was an
outstanding participant as it was admitted in record time;
which should be recognized because over the previous five
years, no new members was approved. Mexico’s admission
shows international interest in the country as a trustworthy destination for the integration of sensitive technology.
As a result of being accepted into this prestigious group,
Mexico has committed itself to remaining a sure destination for the production of goods and services that include
restricted technologies as well as goods and services that
are used daily.
Mexico’s Aerospace Industry’s Strengths
Competitive Costs
Logistics
According to a study by KPMG, Mexico is 15.7% more cost
competitive than the United States.
One of the main reasons that explain Mexico’s aeronautic
industry growth is its geographic location, by being next to
the United States and Canada, two of the main aerospace
developers; this opens technological and industrial integration opportunities with the main hubs, Quebec and Seattle.
Additionally, the market’s access to the Asian and European
markets positions Mexico as America’s aerospace logistic
and manufacturing center.
Experience
Mexico’s experience and success in developing the automobile and electro-electronic sectors bring an advanced
manufacture and infrastructure platform; favoring the development of the country’s aerospace industry and permitting the optimization of the supply chain, common support
systems, and synergetic advantages.
Innovation
A large number of universities and investigation centers focusing on advanced manufacturing and materials favor the
development of innovation projects in the sector.
Talent
According to CONACYT estimations, in 2012, 111,400 students graduated in engineering and technology. 2010
UNESCO data shows that in Mexico there are 18% more
manufacture engineering and construction graduates per
capita than in the United States.
Certified Quality
Mexico is one of the few countries holding a mutual bilateral recognition of aeronautic-BASA (Bilateral Aviation Safety
Agreement) system certification with the Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA). On their behalf, companies have certified their processes according to the industry’s standards;
these being, ISO 9001, AS 9100 and NADCAP.
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Estructura de la industria aeronáutica
Structure of the
aeronautic industry
12.5%
La Federación Mexicana de la
Industria Aeroespacial (FEMIA)
prevé que las exportaciones
de productos que México
realizará en el sector para
el 2015 tendrán un valor
estimado de siete mil
millones de dólares.
16.9%
Empresas Aeronáuticas
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en México (%)
Aeronautical Companies
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70.6%
Empresas
Aeronáuticas
by Activity
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por Actividad
en México (%)
Entre las principales actividades de manufactura se
Ensamble y manufactura; arneses, cables, sistemas de
aterrizaje, fuselaje, entre otros.
encuentran la fabricación de partes y componentes,
arneses, maquinado de piezas, equipo de seguridad, así
como el ensamble de fuselajes para avión y helicóptero. En
cuanto al giro industrial de reparación y mantenimiento se
tiene el caso de mantenimiento a turbinas y motores de avión,
mientras que en ingeniería y diseño, se tiene contemplada la creación
Servicios de ingeniería e I&D; sistemas de control,
instrumentación, simuladores de vuelo, entre otros.
Servicios de Mantenimiento y Reparación; turbinas,
motores, propulsores, trenes de aterrizaje, entre otros.
de nuevos proyectos de turbinas y materiales compuestos (composities).
The Mexican Federation of the Aerospace Industry (FEMIA)
predicts that Mexio’s exports in the sector will reach an
estimated $7 billion dollars by 2015.
Among the principal manufacturing activities, there is part and component fabrication, harnesses, piece assemblage,
security equipment, as well as plane and helicopter fuselage assembling. With regard to the industrial reparation and
maintenance, turbine and plane motor maintenance is recognized; and in engineering and design, the creation of new
turbine projects and composite materials is being contemplated.
La industria aeroespacial de México creció 24.2% en el último
año, ubicándose al día de hoy en 5 mil 400 millones de dólares.
Por cuarto año consecutivo México se ubicó como el país con
mayor captación de Inversión Extranjera Directa (IED) en el
mundo en la industria aeroespacial.
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Ubicación y Distribución Geográfica
Location and geographical
distribution
Over the past year, Mexico’s
aerospace industry has grown
24.2%, generating $5.4 billion
dollars. For the fourth
consecutive year, Mexico has
been the country with most
direct foreign investment in the
aerospace industry worldwide.
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companies in
Baja California
Mexico is the largest recipient of
aerospace investment in the world
Ba ja California (80)
Jalisco (11)
Chihuahua (32)
San Luis Potosí (5)
Querétaro (33)
Puebla (2)
Sonora (45)
Hidalgo (2)
Nuevo León (32)
Yucatán (3)
Tamaulipas (11)
Aguascalientes (2)
Distrito Federal (12)
Durango (1)
Edo. De México (9)
Guerrero (1)
Coahuila (7)
Zacatecas (1)
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289
companies
in méxico
18
states
+34,000
jobs
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EL SECTOR EN BAJA CALIFORNIA
El desarrollo de la industria aeroespacial en Baja California se originó desde hace más de cuatro décadas con actividades de manufactura. Debido a la cercanía geográfica y el entendimiento cultural con los Estados Unidos, se ha mantenido una base significativa de
empresas que responden a los requerimientos de altos estándares de calidad y cumplimiento regulatorio, participando de manera
cotidiana en la producción de componentes para aplicaciones espaciales y de defensa.
Baja California es una de las entidades federativas más importantes para la industria aeroespacial mexicana. Tiene más de 50
empresas del sector que han registrado exportaciones de 1,148 millones de dólares anuales, lo que representa casi 27% de las
exportaciones a nivel nacional. 1
Estado Unidos atrae dos terceras partes de las exportaciones de Baja California. El resto se dirige a Canadá, Inglaterra, Francia, Alemania,
entre otros países. Cabe destacar que las exportaciones a estos países han mantenido un crecimiento sostenido desde 2002.
El sector en Baja California
DISTRIBUCIóN DE LA INVERSIóN EN EL SECTOR
AEROESPACIAL DE BAJA CALIFORNIA POR PAíS DE ORIGEN
/ DISTRIBUTION OF INVESTMENT IN BAJA CALIFORNIA’s
AEROSPACE SECTOR BY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN6
Baja California cuenta con más de25% del total de la
industria aeroespacial en México. 1 de cada 4 empresas se
encuentran en Baja California. 2
Baja California tiene la mayor concentración de empresas
de defensa en México . 3
Baja California genera más del 50% del total del empleo
en este sector . 4
Alrededor de 65% de las exportaciones de Baja California
son hacia Estados Unidos, el resto se dirige hacia Canadá,
Inglaterra, Francia, Alemania, entre otros países . 5
La mayor parte de las empresas aeroespaciales en la
entidad están certificadas en NADCAP y AS9100, y más del
90% de todas las empresas de manufactura en Tijuana, con
250 o más empleados, están certificadas bajo la norma ISO
13485, ISO 9000 y otras normas de calidad.
Cercanía con los polos aeroespaciales de Quebec y Seattle,
dos de los principales productores y desarrolladores de
tecnología aeroespacial a nivel mundial.
Rápido acceso a cientos de empresas del sector aeroespacial y de defensa en el sur de California.
Los productos aeroespaciales pueden ser transportados
por tierra a cualquier destino de los EE.UU. dentro de uno a
cinco días y por aire dentro de una a cinco horas.
DISTRIBUCIóN DE LAS
EMPRESAS DEL SECTOR
AEROESPACIAL EN BAJA
CALIFORNIA
/ DISTRIBUTION OF
AEROSPACE COMPANIES
IN BAJA CALIFORNIA6
1.25%
alemania / GERMANY
11.25%
61.25
%
ee.uu.
1.25%
TAIWAN
20%
3.75%
rEINO UNIDO /
United Kingdom
mexico
7.50%
tecate
6 empresas / companies
8.75%
ensenada
7 empresas
/ companies
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EMPRESAS
/ COMPANIES
51.25%
Fuente / Source 1 [ Elaborado por la UIN de ProMéxico. Con datos de Secretaría de Economía.2011 ]
2-4 [ Aerospace Cluster of Baja California ]
5 [ Plan de Vuelo, Industria Aeroespacial de México, Mapa de Ruta. ProMéxico, 2012. ]
6 [ Aerospace Cluster of Baja California ]
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/ SWEDEN
80
EMPRESAS
/ COMPANIES
TIJUANA
41 empresas / COMPANIES
1.25%
FRANCIA
/ FRANCE
30
1.25%
rosarito
1 empresa / companie
31.25%
meXICALI
25 empresas / companies
DISTRIBUCIóN DE LOS EMPLEOS GENERADOS EN
BAJA CALIFORNIA POR EMPRESAS DEL SECTOR
/ DISTRIBUTION OF JOBS CREATED by AEROSPACE
COMPANIES IN BAJA CALIFORNIA
BC Outstanding Demand 2013
Specific Supplier Needs
---------Materials
Estimated local market demand
(millions of USD).
1. Aluminum & metal alloys
270
2. Advanced & composite materials
177
3. Plastic parts thermoformed
85
4. Optical fiber
65
5. Foam pieces
42
6. Extruded hoses & other materials
25
7. Fiberglass
45
8. Wires and harnesses
40
9. Fur & natural upholstery parts
3
10. Synthetic microfiber or mixed fabrics
2
Services
180
2. Design services
120
3. Aircraft electronic parts (maintenance and
repair)
100
4. Metal stamping
80
5. Metal parts casting
60
6. Modeling & flight simulation
5
TECATE
ENSENADA
0.01%
28,192
empleos
/employment
ROSARITO
37.03%
51.905%
Estimated local market demand
(millions of USD).
1. Precision machined, heat treatments and
finishes (polished, anodized, chrome, etc.)
4.25%
6.81%
mexicali
TIJUANA
GENERACIóN DE EMPLEOS POR PAíS DE ORIGEN DE LAS
EMPRESAS DEL SECTOR / EMPLOYMENT GENERATION BY
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN OF COMPANIES
0.96%
TAIWAN
3.25%
MEXICO
$1.18 Billion U.S.
Estimated annual
market demand *
74.18%
1.03%
UNITED
KINGDOM
28,192
empleos
/employment
0.82%
sweden
19.76%
ee.uu.
FRANCE
OUR ORGANIC GROWTHWITH THE US WEST COAST
Cobham (San Diego-Tijuana)
CPP (Pomona – Ensenada)
Crissair (Palmdale – Tijuana)
CST Kavlico (Moorpark – Tijuana)
Cubic (San Diego – Tijuana)
Delphi (Irvine – Tijuana)
Eaton (Costa Mesa – Tijuana)
Esterline (Sylmar – Tijuana)
Gulfstream (Lincoln – Mexicali)
GKN (El Cajon – Mexicali)
Hutchinson (Burbank – Ensenada)
Lockheed Martin (Beaumont – Tijuana)
Meggitt (Paso Robles – Tijuana)
Parker Hannifin (San Diego – Tijuana)
RKern Engineering (Chino – Tijuana)
TE Connectivity (Menlo Park – Tijuana)
Triumph (City of Industry - Mexicali
UTC (Chula Vista – Mexicali)
Zodiac (Huntington Beach – Tijuana)
Fuente / Source 1 [ Survey conducted by SEDETI. ]
* [ Based on foreign purchases made by global & local companies established in Baja California ]
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1 Airframes / aircraft
2 Aircraft propulsion
2
3 Mechanical and
hydraulic systems
1
3
4 Furnishings
5
CAPACIDADES DEL SECTOR
EN BAJA CALIFORNIA
La industria manufacturera en Baja California es reconocida principalmente por su innovación en el diseño de interiores de aeronaves y en la innovación en pruebas de integración completa de
éstas. En manufactura, esta entidad se especializa en maquinados
de precisión, sistemas eléctricos y de potencia, sistemas hidráulicos e interiores y procesos de conformación de placas de metal.
Algunas empresas tienen capacidades internas para procesos especiales, tratamientos térmicos y superficiales. También realizan
actividades de MRO de partes de motor .
Esta entidad se perfila como un lugar de agrupamiento de este
sector que define sus capacidades de manera transversal, puede
capitalizar su experiencia en la industria electrónica, en las manufacturas metálicas, de plásticos y materiales compuestos.
La proximidad de Baja California a los Estados Unidos ha atraído
un gran número de empresas aeroespaciales de clase mundial
como Honeywell, Lockheed Martin, GKN Aerospace, Gulfstream,
Zodiac Aerospace, UTC Aerospace Systems, Rockwell Collins, Eaton, y Consolidated Precision Products (CPP), entre otras empresas, las cuales emplean ingenieros bajacalifornianos altamente
calificados, demostrando lo valioso que Baja California es para la
industria a nivel mundial y el cambio de un enfoque netamente
ensamblador, a uno de diseño y desarrollo tecnológico avanzado.
Fuente / Source Plan de Vuelo, Industria Aeroespacial de México, Mapa de Ruta. ProMéxico, 2012.
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5 Electrical and
electronic systems
4
6
6 Miscellaneous services
THE SECTOR’S CAPACITIES
IN BAJA CALIFORNIA
Baja California’s manufacture industry is principally
recognized for its innovation in aircraft design interiors and complete integration tests. In manufacturing,
the state specializes in precision machinery, electric
and power systems, hydraulic and interior systems,
and metal plaque conformation processes. Some
companies have the internal capacity for special processes, thermal and superficial treatment, and realize
MRO motor part activities .
The state is profiled as an aerospace industry hub which
defines its capacities in a transversal manner, it can capi-
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talize its experience in the electronic, metallic manufacturing, plastics, and composite material industries.
Baja California’s proximity to the United States has attracted a great number of world class aerospace companies, such as Honeywell, Lockheed Martin, GKN Aerospace, Gulfstream, Zodiac Aerospace, UTC Aerospace
Systems, Rockwell Collins, Eaton, y Consolidated Precision Products (CPP), among other companies. These hire
highly qualified engineers from Baja California; demonstrating how valuable Baja California is for the industry
internationally and the change of focus from assembling
to designing and developing advanced technology.
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Manufactured Products
Productos manufacturados
De acuerdo con investigaciones realizadas por la Dirección General de Industrias Pesadas y de Alta Tecnología y de encuestas
aplicadas a empresas del sector, en México se tienen identificados procesos de manufactura de los siguientes productos:
According to investigations conducted by the General Direction of High Technology and Heavy Industries and surveys given to
companies in the industry, in Mexico, the following products are identified in the manufacturing process:
Partes para turbina
Anillos
Álabes
Sellos de alta precisión
Aspas para turbina
Barras de metal
Coples
Corazas
Cubiertas (sistema de propulsión)
Ductos
Protectores aislantes de calor
Radiadores
Compresores
Intercambiadores de calor
Interiores de aviones
y equipo de emergencia
Asientos
Cerraduras
Sujetadores para
compartimiento
Tornillos
Pernos
Botes salvavidas
Chalecos salvavidas
Deslizadores de emergencia
Toboganes de emergencia
Otros productos
de avión
Aceites
Partes de cabina
Componentes hidráulicos
(Mangueras, Válvulas)
Componentes para
sistemas de freno
Empaques (hule o metal)
Herramientas
de alta precisión
Tanques de gasolina
Tornillos
Ensamble
Aviones ejecutivos
Avión tipo kits
Helicópteros
Componentes
electrónicos
Turbine parts
Rings
Álabes
High pressure seals
Turbine blades
Metal bars
Coples
Corazas
Covers (propulsion system)
Ducts
Heat isolation protectors
Radiators
Compressors
Intercambiadores de calor
Conectores
Cables de fibra
óptica y coaxial
Sistemas auxiliares
Sistemas de comunicación
Sensores, capacitores
Semiconductores
convertidores
Sistema de entretenimiento
Sistema de telecomunicación
Termógrafos potenciómetros
Circuitos electrónicos
Circuitos integrados
Conductores
medidores de combustible
Relevadores
Fuentes de poder
Interruptores
Radares equipo
de frecuencia
Plane interiors and
emergency equipment
Seats
Locks
Compartment
support systems
Screws
Bolts
Life boats
Lifejackets
Emergency slider
Emergency slides
Productos aislantes
Aislantes térmicos
Cobijas aislantes
para fuselaje
Recubrimiento de
componentes aeroespaciales
Procesos térmicos
Protectores aislantes
para turbinas
Other aviation
products
Oils
Cabin parts
Hydraulic components
(Hoses, valves)
Components for
the break systems
Packaging (cloth or metal)
High precision
tools
Gas tanks
Screws
Maquinados y metales
Partes de alta precisión
Metales de uso aeroespacial
Piezas de fundición
Proceso de anodizado
Placas y láminas de
diferentes aleaciones
Arneses
Eléctricos
Electrónicos
Para turbinas
Para aviones
Para helicópteros
Assembling
Executive planes
Kit type planes
Helicopters
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Electronic
compartments
Connectors
Fiber optic and
coaxial cables
Auxiliary systems
Communication system
Sensors, capacitors
Semiconductor
converters
Entertainment systems
Telecommunication systems
Termógrafos potenciómetros
Electric circuits
Integrated circuits
Conductores medidores
de combustible
Relevadores
Power source
Switches
Frequency
equipment radars
Isolating products
Thermal isolators
Isolating blankets
for the fuselage
Recubrimiento de
componentes aeroespaciales
Thermal processes
Isolating protectors for
turbines
Plots and metals
High precision parts
Aerospace use metals
Smelting pieces
Iodization process
Different alignment
plaques and laminates
Harnesses
Electric
Electronic
For turbines
For planes
For helicopters
Mapa de Ruta / roadmap
del sector aeroespacial y de defensa de Baja California
/ for the Aerospace and Defense Industry in Baja California
El mapa de ruta esta planeado en dos fases, y su prioridad
fue establecida por un grupo de trabajo integrado de instituciones públicas, privadas y académicas a través de ProMexico
conforme a la importancia de los proyectos estratégicos. En
una primera fase, se acordó trabajar en los proyectos que se
identificaron como de alto impacto y factibilidad para el desarrollo de la industria aeroespacial de Baja California.
2015
This Roadmap, developed by a workgroup made up of public, private and academic institutions through the ProMexico
economic development office of the Economy Ministry of
Mexico, is planned in two phases, with the priority being
established according to the importance of each of the strategic projects. In a first phase, projects that were identified
as high impact and feasible for the development of the aerospace industry in Baja California were worked on.
Polo de competitividad internacional a través de la articulación de un ecosistema productivo de alto valor
V.C.O=Volumen de exportación, nivel de sofisticación de las exportaciones, IED, sustitución de importaciones, proveedores locales.
A center for international competitiveness through the articulation of a high value productive ecosystem
V.C.O= Export volume, level of exports’ sophistication, DFI, substitution of imports, local suppliers.
Diagnóstico de necesidades de capacitación / Diagnostic of training needs
Generación e Integración de un Mapa de Capacidades del sector (por ciudad) con Benchmark (regional e internacional) / Creation of a Capabilities Map of the
industry (by city) with a Benchmark (regional and international)
Sistema de gestión de talento por competencias / Talent managing system by competencies
Mapa de capacidades de formación y educación del Estado de Baja California / Map of education and training capabilities of the State of Baja California
Integración de un plan estratégico y MRT estatal para la industria / Creation of a strategic plan and statewide MRT for the industry
2020
Principal Hub de exportación de servicios basados en conocimiento de alto valor (KPO) para la industria de A+D en el país.
Main Export Hub of services based on high value knowledge (KPO) for the A&D industry in the country.
Programas de especialización a nivel de ingeniería, téorico, operador y soft skills (alineadas a las DNC de la industria) / Specialization programs for
engineering, theoretical, operating and soft skill levels
Identificación y acercamiento con empresas lideres para promover sus capacidades / Identifying and approaching leading companies to promote their capabilities
Integración de capacidades regionales a los sistemas de innovación mundial en SFPP / Integrating regional capabilities into the global innovation systems in SFPP
Programa de Branding, promoción y difusión de las capacidades de la zona / Branding, Promotional and Broadcasting Program for the area’s capabilities
Apoyos verticales para la industria con enfoque a pymes / Vertical support for the industry with a focus on small businesses
Observatorio tecnológico, de inteligencia industrial y de tendencias de mercado / Technological, industrial intelligence and market tendency research center
2025
Detona y coordina el liderazgo de México en AL de KPO para sistemas de fuselaje y planta de poder.
It energizes and coordinates Mexico’s leadership in Latin America for KPO’s for fuselage and power plant systems.
Programa de prácticas y sistemas dual (nacional e Internacional) / Internship and dual systems (national and international) program
Atracción de KPO’s para sistemas de fuselajes y planta de poder / / KPO attraction for fuselage and power plant systems
Implementación de infraestructura de capacidades tecnológicas, innovación, pruebas y certificación
/ Implementation of technological, innovative, testing and certification capabilities
Alianzas estratégicas con organismos internacionales afines / Strategic alliances for international bodies of the kind
Comisión transfronteriza para el desarrollo de polos / Cross-border commission for the development of poles
Hub de reciclado de flotas maduras/ Aircraft recycling hub
[ Fuente ] ProMéxico, Plan de Vuelo Industria Aeroespacial de México, Mapa de Ruta Baja California, 2012
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Economic Development Entities
Entidades de Desarrollo Económico
Aerospace Cluster of Baja California
Sergio Correa
Blvd. Aguacaliente 10611, despacho 203, Edificio Centura,
Colonia Aviación C.P. 22014, Tijuana, Baja California
+52 (664) 686 3952
[email protected]
Government
Agencies
ProMéxico Trade and Investment Headquarters
ProMéxico office at Baja California
Eduardo González Díaz de León / State Director
Calle David Alfaro Siqueiros, 2791, Zona Río,
22320, Tijuana B.C.
+52 (664) 216 1518 +52 (664) 634 0202 Ext. 8452
[email protected]
Baja California Economic Development Ministry
Secretaría de Desarrollo Económico de Baja California
Carlos Humberto Bonfante Olache / Minister
Calzada Independencia No.994, Centro Cívico. 4to. Piso, C.P. 21000,
Edificio del Ejecutivo Mexicali, Baja California
+52 (686) 558 1048
[email protected]
Tijuana Economic Development Ministry
Secretaría de Desarrollo Económico de Tijuana, SEDETI
Xavier Peniche Bustamante / Minister
Palacio Municipal, Tercer Nivel Av. Independencia No. 1350
Zona Río, C.P. 22320, Tijuana, Baja California
+52 (664) 973 7036
[email protected]
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private sector
Agencies
Tijuana Economic Development Corporation (Tijuana EDC)
DESARROLLO ECONÓMICO E INDUSTRIAL DE TIJUANA, A.C. (DEITAC)
Flavio Olivieri / Executive Director
Misión de San Javier No. 10643 – 502, Edificio Vía Corporativo,
Zona Urbana Río, C.P. 22010, Tijuana, Baja California
+52 (664) 681 8344
[email protected]
Industrial Development Commission of Mexicali
Comisión de Desarrollo Industrial de Mexicali, CDIm
Carlos Córdova Niebla / Director
Paso del Valle esq. Valle de Conchos No. 2200-D, C.P. 21270, Mexicali, Baja California
+52 (686) 552 6610 Toll Free 01 800 952 8481
[email protected][email protected]
Ensenada Economic Development Commission (COPREEN)
Comisión de Promoción Económica de Ensenada
Roberto Durazo / Director
Centro Cívico y Cultural Riviera Blvd. Lázaro Cárdenas, Segunda Planta-1
Zona Centro, C.P. 22800, Ensenada, Baja California
+52 (646) 153 2038
[email protected]
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Economic Development Entities
Entidades de Desarrollo Económico
private sector
Agencies
Tecate Economic Development Commission (COPRETEC)
Comisión de Promoción Económica de Tecate, A.C
Joel Villalobos / Director
Av. Nuevo León No. 251 Interior 2, Fraccionamiento El Pedregal C.P. 21470, Tecate, Baja California
+52 (665) 654 4859 +52 (665) 521 5230
[email protected]
Rosarito Economic Development Advisory Council (CCDER)
Consejo Consultivo de Desarrollo Económico de Rosarito
Aaron Victorio / Director
Carretera Libre de Tijuana-Ensenada No. 300 Interior B27 y B28 Colonia Reforma
Pabellón Playas de Rosarito, Baja California
+52 (661) 613 1382
[email protected]
tijuana development council
CONSEJO DE DESARROLLO ECONÓMICO DE TIJUANA (CDT)
David Moreno Laveaga / Executive Director
Blvd. Aguacaliente 10611, despacho 203, Edificio Centura, Colonia Aviación C.P. 22014, Tijuana, Baja California
+52 (664) 686 3952
[email protected][email protected]
mexicali development council
CONSEJO DE DESARROLLO ECONÓMICO DE MEXICALI (CDEM)
Sergio Tagliapietra Nassri / President
Calle Paseo del Valle No. 444-A, Jardines del Valle, Mexicali, Baja California +52 (686) 554 7429
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CONSOLIDATED CAPACITIES
BAJA CALIFORNIA AEROESPACE
SYSTEMS
SUBSYSTEMS
Airframes / Aircraft
Airships
Aero Engines
Propeller
Drives and actuators
Gear systems
Hydraulics, pumps, coolers
Fuel systems
Mechanical flight instruments
Valves
Avionics and cockpit equipment
Electronic engine controls
Flight control systems
Radio systems
Air conditioner, pressurizing systems, air cooling
Navigation
Sensor and radar
Wiring, connectors
Air freight loading and transport equipment
Cabin furnishings
Seats and fittings
Reconnaissance/surveillance
Radar technology
Airport electronics
Navigation
Process Consultation
Product Management
Hardware and Software Developments
Development supporting services
Finite-Element-Software
Fibre-reinforced structural elements
Synthetic material parts
Metal components
High precision parts
Superficial treatments and finishing
Parachutes, rescue and safety equipment
Test and maintenance equipment
Training and simulation systems
Marking and identification systems
Scientific instruments and experiments
Terrestrial observation
Navigation payload
Communication payload
Control station
Transmitting and receiving station
Ground control and information processing centers
Integration test equipmentt
Ground tests and support devices
Mechanical and Hydraulic Systems
Electrical and Electronic Systems
Furnishings
Mission Systems
Ground Equipment
Services
Miscellaneous Services
Instruments / Payload
Ground Systems
Support Systems
NO. COMPANYS
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4
7
3
5
7
10
11
4
9
16
17
20
14
17
14
16
24
3
6
4
3
3
5
6
16
17
11
17
1
8
13
30
33
32
1
11
6
4
1
1
2
5
3
6
2
4
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DIRECTORY OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
DIRECTORIO DE INSTITUCIONES EDUCATIVAS
CECATI 6 Work Training Center No. 6
Specialty: Welding
Courses: Special processes, MIG, TIG. Instructor certified by the American Welding Society (AWS)
L.C.P. Gustavo Salvador Reynaga Aguilar
Blvd. Fundadores #2 Fracc. El Rubí, Tijuana BC, 22626
+52 (664) 684 5948 & 684 5686
www.cecati-6.edu.mx | [email protected]
CETYS Universidad Center for Technical and Superior
Education University Tijuana Campus
ENGINEERING:
Mechanical Engineer with specialty in Aerospace Design
Ing. Rubén Magdaleno Ramírez
Av. CETYS Universidad, No. 4 Fracc. El Lago, C.P. 22210 Tijuana, B.C.
+52 (664) 903 1800 Ext. 358
www.cetys.mx
CITEDI Centro de Investigación y Desarrollo de Tecnología Digital,
del Instituto Politécnico Nacional
Masters: Masters and Doctorate in Sciences and Digital Systems, Specialty in Embedded Systems.
R&D in Digital Systems, Information Technology and Communications, Intelligent Systems and Embedded Systems.
Dra. Mireya Saraí García Vázquez / Directora
+52 (664) 623 1344 Ext. 82804
www.citedi.mx | [email protected]
conalep Baja California
Technical Education College Centro Aeroespacial de Desarrollo Técnico Especializado
Courses: Training in Precision Machinery Operations with CNC equipment
Will soon offer an Aerospace Manufacturing Professional Technical Degree for component electronics, automation systems,
precision, production and plastic machinery.
Conalep Baja California
Ave. Ermita #3900 Col. San José del Río, Tijuana, Baja California.
+52 (664) 622 4840 | +52 (664) 621 79 42 & 43
www.conalepbc.edu.mx | [email protected] | [email protected]
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InPADE Entrepreneur Development Institute in Tijuana
Universidad-Harmon Hall-Lean Six Sigma Institute
Certification for the aerospace industry: Yellow belt, Green belt, Black belt, English
Jorge de la Fuente Garcia
Blvd. Manuel j. Clouthier, 18561-l11, Fracc. El lago
+52 (664) 625 3366
www.inpade.edu.mx
ITT Tijuana Technological Institute
Electromechanical Engineering Specialty: Aeronautics
Ing. Federico Salas Esteves
Coordinador de la especialidad en Aeronáutica
Calzada del Tecnológico s/n. Fraccionamiento Tomas Aquino.
+52 (664) 607 8400 | +52 (664) 682 7256 | +52 (664) 628 2114
www.tectijuana.mx
UABC Autonomous University of Baja California - Valle de las Palmas
Centro de Ingeniería y Tecnología cuenta con las carreras de: Ingeniería Aeroespacial
Antonio Gómez Roa
Coordinador de Ing. Aeroespacial Ext 50127
Blvd. Universitario #1000 Unidad Valle de las Palmas
+52 (664) 9061533 & 34
www.citecuvp.tij.uabc.mx
TIJUANA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
Universidad Tecnológica de Tijuana
Técnico Superior Universitario en Mecatrónica, Área: Manufactura Flexible
Técnico Superior Universitario en Procesos y Operaciones Industriales,
Áreas: Manufactura, Plásticos y Gestión de la Calidad
Licencia Profesional en Procesos de Manufactura de Arneses para Aeronáutica
Cursos de Maquinado de Precisión CNC
Cursos de software de diseño en CATIA, DELMIA, 3D ENOVIA, SIMULIA
Lic. Israel López Zenteno / Secretario de Vinculación
Carretera libre Tijuana-Tecate, Km. 10 S/N, Fracc. El Refugio Quintas Campestre, Tijuana, Baja California
+52 (664) 969 4712 | +52 (664) 969 4700 ext. 84734
www.uttijuana.edu.mx | [email protected]
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aerospace and
defense sector
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aerospace and defense sector
3D Robotics
Jordi Muñoz
Privada Producción 6-C, Parque Industrial Internacional Tijuana, C.P 22425, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 1043435
www.3drobotics.com | [email protected]
Activities: MFG and Assembly of Unmanned Autonomous Vehicles
Company Description: 3D Robotics develops innovative, flexible and reliable personal drones and UAV
technology for everyday exploration and business applications.
Country of origin: Mexico
Workers: 120 Certifications: ISO 9000-2001 Compliant
Business Opportunities: Committed to bringing the power of UAV technology to the mainstream market. Looking for resellers,
B2B opportunities and training applications.
Aerococina (LSG Sky Chefs)
Juan Flores
Calle Uno Norte No. 114 Ciudad Industria Nueva Tijuana, C.P. 22500, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6233282
z | [email protected]
Activities: Airline catering service
Company Description: LSG Sky Chefs is an internationally recognized provider of culinary excellence in airline catering. With more
than 70 years of experience we serve over 400 million meals annually for more than 300 airline partners in 52 countries.
Country of origin: Mexico
Workers: 60
Certifications: ISO 9000-2001 Certification and LSG-Hygiene Institute/
TUEV SUED Auditing
Business Opportunities: Increase our portfolio of partners to dependably implement in-flight services
Aerodesign de Mexico (Zodiac Aerospace)
Raul Perez
Av. Pacifico #14634, Parque Industrial Pacifico, C.P. 22670, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6260555 +52 (664) 6260102
www.zodiacaerospace.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturing of aircraft interior equipment and on board-systems company description: Zodiac Aerospace is a world
leader in aerospace equipment and systems for commercial, regional and business aircraft, as well as helicopters and space applications.
Country of origin: France
Workers: 1400 Certifications: AS9100 and NADCAP Certified
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
Aerospace Coatings International
Fortunato Arce
Industria del Papel 17, Parque Industrial El Vigia, C.P. 21389, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5626409
www.aerocoatings.com | [email protected]
Activities: Repair Station offering engineering services, platings/coatings and grinding/machining
Company Description: A one-stop shop for piece-part repairs. We provide a wide range of coatings, grinding
methods, testing procedures and engineering Services.
Country of Origin: EE.UU.Workers: 60
Certifications: FAA, EASA, CAAC and 9001-2008 Certified
Business Opportunities: We significantly reduce the cost of fleet for Commercial Airlines, OEMs, Military and Personal aircraft by
providing world-class component repairs.
Aerospace Solutions de Mexico
Luis V. Echeverria del Valle
Avenida de la Palmas 4800, Las Palmas, C.P.22106, Tijuana, B.C., México
+1 (619) 6615232
www.aerosolutions.info | [email protected]
Activities: CNC precision machining and finishing
Company Description: We are a multidisciplinary team of professionals dedicated to translating industry
challenges into viable solutions, our local knowledge, regional approach and global perspective.
Country of origin: Mexico
Workers: 60
Business Opportunities: Offer its existing capability to off-load work on non-critical aerospace components
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Alfa Aero Logistica Integral
Alfonso Garcia Ramirez
Bahía # 3 Hangar Matrix Aeropuerto Internacional Abelardo L. Rodríguez, C.P. 22435, Tijuana, B.C., México
+ 52 (55) 17945091
www.alfa-aero.com.mx | [email protected]
Activities: MRO Repair Station DGAC (MX) No. 397
Company Description: We are a Repair Station offering maintenance, repair and overhaul to major
aircrafts (B737). We are in process of being certified for aircrafts A320, B767, B727 and B757.
Country of origin: MexicoWorkers: 12
Certifications: DGAC Repair Station FAA Compliant
Business Opportunities: We offer our expertise in inspection, repair, painting and maintenance of aircrafts
All Power Mfg Co. (RBC Bearings)
Fernando Bello
Calle Olivo 204, Parque Industrial El Bajio, C.P. 21430 Tecate, B.C., México
+52 (665) 5211384
www.rbcbearings.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturing of bearings for fixed wing aircraft and rotorcraft
Company Description: RBC Bearings provides our global industrial, aerospace, and defense customers
with unique design of bearings.
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 130 Certifications: AS9100
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
ALLIED TOOL & DIE
Bill Jordan
Circuito de las Misiones Sur No. 133, Km. 10.5 Carretera a San Luis Rio Colorado, Parque Industrial Las Californias, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 2733440
www.alliedtool.com
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[email protected]
Activities: CNC machining and metal stamping
Company Description: We are unique in our industry in Baja with Sheet Metal and CNC departments on-site
that operate both in conjunction with as well as independently of each other.
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 10
Certifications: AS9100C ISO 9001-2008 and Nadcap
Business Opportunities: We offer Manufacturing. Stamping, Laser Cutting, Laser Welding, Laser Part Marking,
Conventional Welding, Conventional Part Marking, Tool & Die, Prototype, Assemblies, Conventional Machining, and
Precision CNC Machining
AMERICA’S PLATING
Patricia Prado
Circuito Brasil S/N, Col. Alamitos, Parque Industrial El Alamo, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5678535
www.americasplatingcompany.com | [email protected]
Activities: Plating services
Company Description: World class plating house
Country of Origin: EE.UU.Workers: 25
Certifications: ISO 9002/2000 certification in process
Business Opportunities: We offer high quality, OEM standard metal finishing on steel, aluminum and bronze
AMIGO TECNOLOGIA
Bob Carr
Ave. Mariscal Sucre y Bellota No. 75, La Mesa, Los Olivos, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 9027110
www.amigotec.com | [email protected]
Activities: Subassemblies of electronic components for Defense applications and other industries
Company Description: Contract manufacturer of electronic assemblies and PCB projects for Defense applications
Country of Origin: EE.UU.Workers: 300 Certifications: ISO 9001-2000 and ITAR registered
Business Opportunities: Offer its capability for wire harness and PCB assembly projects
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ANODIMEX DE MEXICO
Roberto Limón
Blvd. Pacífico No. 9217, Parque Industrial Pacífico, C.P. 22709, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 9699634
www.anodimex.com | [email protected]
Activities: Anodizing Type II Clear and B and Chem Filmck
Company Description: We offer surface treatment and anodizing
Country of Origin: MexicoWorkers: 20
Certifications: ISO-9001:2000
Business Opportunities: We offer our existing anodizing capabilities to service the aerospace industry
ASTEELFLASH GROUP MX REGION
Raul Villareal
Av. Producción 5-B, Parque Industrial Finsa, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 2313751
www.asteelflash.com | [email protected]
Activities: Contract Manufacturers (EMS) delivering assembled integrated finished electronic boards
Company Description: Asteelflash offers production, engineering and supply services to high-technology
companies around the world in a wide range of market segments, including Defense, Aerospace and Avionics
Country of Origin: FranceWorkers: 180 Certifications: AS9100C and Nadcap Certified.
ITAR compliant
Business Opportunities: Offering EMS turn-key projects to the Defense, Aerospace and Avionics segments
BAJA ORIENTE
A.Trujillo
Calle 8, Esquina 4ta S/N, Parque Industrial Fondeport, El Sauzal, C.P. 22760, Ensenada, B.C., México
+52 (646) 1750275
www.peninsula-lm.com | [email protected]
Activities: Foundry, machining and heat treat for aluminum
Company Description: Peninsula Light Metals is a quality-driven, low-cost supplier of high-performance
semi-permanent mold aluminum machined castings.
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 400 Certifications: TS 16949 certified
Business Opportunities: We offer our existing capability including full part assembly, painting, powder
coating, anodizing, impregnation and prototype
BAP AEROSPACE DE MEXICO
Cruz Maldonado
Calle Maquiladoras 101 Esq. Blvd. Industrial, Cd. Industrial Nueva Tijuana, Mesa de Otay, C.P. 22444, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 1346475
www.bapaerospace.com | [email protected]
Activities: Plating services to aerospace companies
Company Description: We perform all processing, large parts, small parts, high production or short runs, to the
latest applicable prime contractor, military, defense and civilian specifications.
Country of Origin: EE.UU.Workers: 18
Certifications: NADCAP certified, AS 9001 and ISO 9002
compliant (Certification in process)
Business Opportunities: We stand ready for all your metal finishing needs
BAZZ HOUSTON
Jorge Vazquez
Ave. Paseo de la Reforma 8950, Edif. C-2, Parque Industrial Vesta, La Mesa, Col. Rubio, C.P. 22116, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6291524 +52 (664) 6260107
www.bazz-houston.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturer of springs, stampings and CNC wire forming
Company Description: For over 50 years Bazz Houston Company has been recognized as one of the best Metal Forming
Companies on the West Coast. It has two manufacturing facilities
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 300 Certifications: AS9100C and ISO 9001-2008
Business Opportunities: We offer our existing capability on stampings, springs, fourslide and assembly
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BENCHMARK ELECTRONICS
Rod Gunther
Av. Producción No. 20, Modulo C, Parque Industrial Tijuana (TIP), C.P.22425, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 9971100
www.bench.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturer of large-scale integration, box-build, printed circuit board assemblies
(PCBA) and cable and harnesses
Company Description: Worldwide provider of integrated electronics manufacturing, design and engineering
services, our global footprint of ISO-certified facilities provides a stable and low-risk “launching pad” for the creation and
production of advanced electronics-based prod
Country of Origin: FranceWorkers: 400 Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001 and ITAR Certified
Business Opportunities: Contract Manufacturer (EMS) offering product development to regional PCB build –
including system level assembly and sourcing
CHROMALLOY
Héctor Vázquez
Ave. Galaxia No. 91, Col. Alamitos, Parque Industrial PIMSA, C.P. 21210, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5665333
www.chromalloy.com | [email protected]
Activities: MRO for innovative coatings, repairs and parts for gas turbine engines
Company Description: Chromalloy has worked with customers in the military, commercial aviation, aero
derivative marine, and energy and power. During that time, we have analyzed and repaired thousands of engines
Country of Origin: EE.UU.Workers: 400 Certifications: AS9100 and ITAR accredited
Business Opportunities: MRO repair station
COAST ALUMINUM
Genaro Manilla
Andador del Rey 20051, Mod 10AB, Rancho El Águila, Parque Industrial Girasol, C.P. 22215, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6255052
www.coastaluminum.com | [email protected]
Activities: Metal distributors of specialty bars and alloys
Company Description: Coast was started, and still operates today, on the metals’ service
center philosophy of working hard for unsurpassed customer service.
Country of Origin: EE.UU.Workers: 30
Certifications: AS9100C
Business Opportunities: We offer extrusion alloys 6061 and 6063 carrying the widest selection
and deepest inventories of sizes in our marketplace
Cobham denfense electronics
Javier Urquizo
Terrazas 4350 INT 6 y 7 Col. Gas y Anexas, C.P. 22115, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6616021
www.cobham.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturing of microelectronics product assembly and test services
Company Description: Cobham holds a market leading positions in air-to-air refueling;
aviation services; audio, video and data communications, including satellite communications’ defense
electronics; life support and mission equipment.
Country of Origin: UK Workers: 130 Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001 – 2000, Nadcap and iTAR
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
CONESYS
Andres Murillo
Los Olivos 2000, Col. Industrial, C.P. 21430, Tecate, B.C., México
+52 (665) 6555008
www.conesys.net | [email protected]
Activities: Molding and assembly of vertically integrated circular and rectangular connectors
Company Description: Conesys connectors are recognized in all types of applications spanning
different markets including Military/Aerospace, Commercial Aviation, Business Aviation and Aircraft Engines.
Country of Origin: EE.UU.Workers: 350 Certifications: AS9100 and ISO 9001 Certified
Business Opportunities: We supply our valued customer’s quality products, cost-effectively and on-time, while
meeting a full range of requirements from standard applications to customized solutions.
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CONSOLIDATED PRECISION PRODUCTS
Benjamin Tino
Km. 97.5 Carretera Tijuana-Ensenada S/N, El Sauzal de Rodríguez, C.P. 22760, Ensenada, B.C., México
+52 (646) 1758871
www.cppcorp.com | [email protected]
Activities: Sanding and polishing of airplane parts including NDT
Company Description: CPP specializes in high-precision, geometrically complex aerospace components and subassemblies.
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 280 Certifications: AS9100, ISO and Nadcap
Business Opportunities: Support its California operations
CRISSAIR DE MEXICO
Salvador Jimenez
Calle San Martín No. 1, Bodega No. 1, La Mesa, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6833021
www.crissair.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturer of check valves ranging from miniature fluid control components to complete manifold assemblies
Company Description: Manufacturer of quality aircraft fluid control components
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 70
Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001 and ITAR compliant
Business Opportunities: Servicing its California operation
CST KAVLICO
Ma. Elena Ibarra
Laguna Mainar #4920 - Fracc. El Lago, C.P. 22550, Tijuana, B.C., México
+1 (619) 7102065
www.kavlico.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturer of pressure sensors for aerospace and defense applications
Company Description: Kavlico designs innovative pressure, position, force and other specialty sensors
and transducers for mission critical applications in harsh environments for aerospace and defense markets
Country of Origin: FranceWorkers: 740 Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001 and ITAR
Business Opportunities: Regional supply-chain base suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
CUBIC DEFENSE APPLICATIONS
Reiny Giesecke
Privada Misiones 1120, Parque Industrial Misiones de las Californias, C.P.22425, Tijuana, B.C., México
+1 (858) 5052153
www.cubic.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturer of training gear for armed forces
Company Description: Global leader in mission training operations and intelligence
Country of Origin: EE.UU.Workers: 230 Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001 and ITAR
Business Opportunities: Offering third party solutions on CNC machining capability, painting, and metal stamping
CUSTOM SENSORS & TECHNOLOGIES DE MEXICO
Oscar Fernandez
Av. Producción No. 2181, Parque Industrial Finsa, C.P.22425, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6822190
www.cstsensors.com | [email protected]
Activities: Repair and manufacturing of customizable sensor components for mission-critical systems in Aerospace & Defense
Company Description: Technologies Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST) is a specialist in designing and
manufacturing sensing, control and motion products.
Country of Origin: France
Workers: 800 Certifications: AS9100, ITAR and Nadcap
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
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DELPHI CONECTIONS SYSTEMS TIJUANA
Laura González
Blvd. Pacifico No. 8332, Parque Industrial Pacífico, C.P. 22643, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6226126
www.delphiconnect.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturer of electronic aerospace connectors
Company Description: Delphi provides harsh environment, electro-mechanical circular and rectangular
interconnect systems to support military and aerospace electronics
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 2000 Certifications: AS9100, Nadcap and ITAR
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
DYNAMIC RESOURCES GROUP
Manuel Cabrera
Calle Maple # 7-B, Parque Industrial Tecate, C.P.21430, Tecate, B.C., México
+52 (665) 6550151
www.craigtools.com | [email protected]
Activities: Precision tools manufacturing
Company Description: Supplier of rotary cutting tools for airframe industry. We are a prime
source of “microstop” tooling for the major airframe builders and repair facilities
Country of Origin: EE.UU.Workers: 67
Certifications: ISO 9001-2008
Business Opportunities: We offer high speed steel, cobalt steel, solid carbide, carbide tipped, and
polycrystalline diamond tools.
EATON AEROSPACE GROUP
Eduardo Solis
Av. Santa Rosalía 9707, Parque Industrial Pacifico, C.P.22572, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 9781707
www.eaton.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturer of coupling, ducting and seals for fluid distribution components and systems
Company Description: Eaton designs and delivers premier components and sub-systems from engine
build-up (EBU) units to air and environmental control systems including jet engine shaft and ducting seals
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 600 Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001, Nadcap and ITAR
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
ELECTRO OPTICAS SUPERIOR
Santos Pablo Estrada
Calle Alba y Terrazo No. 9, Col. La Mesa, C.P.22450, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6261530
www.zodiacaerospace.com | [email protected]
Activities: Assembly of cables and harnesses
Company Description: Lockheed Martin is a global leader in the design, manufacture and support of military aircraft.
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 311 Certifications: AS9100, ITAR, ISO 9001
Business Opportunities: Reports directly to Corporate
EMPRESAS LM LLC
Luis Mendivil
Ave. Mecánicos 1350, Col. Industrial, C.P.21010, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5546691
www.elm-aerospace.com | [email protected]
Activities: Aircraft electrical parts machine shop assembly
Company Description: Over 20 years of experience in the production of stators, rotors, armatures, brakes and field coils
Country of Origin: Mexico
Workers: 30
Certifications: ISO 9001
Business Opportunities: We offer our extensive experience and capability to service the aerospace industry
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ENSAMBLADORES ELECTRÓNICOS DE MÉXICO
Rosalio Valdez Ortega
Ave. Sierra San Agustín 2498, Col. El Porvernir, Parque Industrial Progreso II, C.P. 21785, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5566301
www.rockwellcollins.com | [email protected]
Activities: Electronic components manufacturer for in-flight controls, navigation and guidance
Company Description: At Rockwell Collins, we never forget that the world’s leading aerospace and
defense companies rely on us for smart communications and aviation electronics solutions.
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 700 Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001, Nadcap and ITAR
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
ENSAMBLES DEL PACIFICO
José Vega
Periférico Sur No. 1, Col. Obrera, Parque Industrial Agua Azul, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6375602 +52 (664) 6375 105
www.parpro.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturing of cables, wire harnesses, sheet metal assemblies,
and high precision machining assemblies for the aerospace industries
Company Description: PARPRO is a manufacturing service solutions provider with over 15 years of
experience in wire harnesses, sheet metal, machining and box build products assemblies
Country of Origin: Taiwan
Workers: 270 Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001 and NADCAP
Business Opportunities: Ready to build to your specifications, working from your design from conception to completion.
ESTERLINE ADVANCED SENSORS MEXICO
Alberto Osuna
Andador Vecinal # 12821 Int. 3, Colonia El Realito, Carretera Tijuana a Tecate Parque Industrial Valle Bonito,
C.P. 22250, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 2314594 Ext.704
www.esterline.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturing of sensors (mainly temperature, pressure, speed and mass flow sensors) that cover
the spectrum of aero-engine, aero-equipment and airframe applications
Company Description: From full cockpit integration solutions to a wide array for both engines and airframes.
Esterline includes advanced sensors, avionics and control systems
Country of Origin: France
Workers: 300 Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001, ITAR and Nadcap
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
ESTERLINE SOURIAU
Robert Covarrubias
Blvd. Insurgentes No. 19208-3, Col. Cerro Colorado, C.P.22223, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6259144
www.meggitt.com | [email protected]
Activities: CNC precision machining for aerospace and defense
Company Description: Meggitt has disposed of its Sunbank connectors business to Esterline Corporation. Therefore Sunbank adds
to Esterline’s existing Souriau connection solutions products, creating a global integrated supplier of high-quality connection solutions
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 300 Certifications: AS9100, Nadcap and ISO 9001-2008
Business Opportunities: We design, manufacture and market high performance and high reliability connectors and
backshells for the following markets: Aviation, Defense & Space
FERGUZ CNC MACHINING
Alan Guzman
Calzada de las Américas 110-1 y Calle Bogotá Col. Cuauhtémoc Sur, C.P.21200, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5682449
www.ferguz.com | [email protected]
Activities: CNC precision machining, welding and conventional turning and milling
Company Description: Over 25 years in precision machining
Country of Origin: México
Workers: 35
Certifications: ISO 9001-2008 and AS9100 Compliant
Business Opportunities: Ready to take on off-load work to service the aerospace industry
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FIESCO PRECISION
Víctor Hernández
Calle José María Pino Suárez No 4000 Col. Bella Vista, Tecate, B.C., México
+52 (665) 6541825
www.fiescoprecision.com | [email protected]
Activities: CNC Precision and superficial treat
Company Description: Company specialized in high precisión mechanical requirements
Country of Origin: Mexico
Workers: 22
Certifications: ISO 9001 Compilant
Business Opportunities: We offer our existing capabilities to the aerospace industry
FREUDENBERG-NOK, SEALING TECHNOLOGIES
Carlos Montes
Calle El Dorado No. 1225 Fracc. El Vergel-Murua, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (442) 1533284
www.simrit.com | [email protected]
Activities: Complete line of aerodynamics fuselage seals distribution
Company Description: An aerospace seal provider for all aircraft requirements from main door
cabin seals to fire temperature seals.
Country of Origin: Germany
Workers: 1
Certifications: AS9100 Compilant
Business Opportunities: Ready to penetrate the regional market in Northwest Mexico
FSI DE BAJA– AEROTECHNOLOGIES DE BAJA
Arturo Berecochea
Ave. Reforma 394, Col. Carlos Pacheco, C.P. 22980, Ensenada, B.C., México
+52 (646) 1205884
www.mmm.com | [email protected]
Activities: Insulating blankets for aircrafts
Company Description: 3M a major industry player owns this aerospace insulating aircraft manufacturing plant
Country of Origin: EE.UU. Workers: 495 Certifications: AS9100 and ISO 9001
Business Opportunities: Providing support to its corporate 3M
GKN AEROSPACE CHEM-TRONICS
Ardy Najafian
Avenida Brasil No. 2699 Parque Industrial PIMSA IV, Méxicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 9055700
www.gknaerospace.com | [email protected]
Activities: Jet engine components
Company Description: Major supplier of complex composite structures; offers one of the most comprehensive capabilities in high performance metallic processing/machining and is the world leading supplier of cockpit transparencies
and passenger cabin windows
Country of Origin: UK Workers: 160 Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001, ITAR and Nadcap
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certifies and compliant
H&J PRECISION TOOLS DE MEXICO
Javier León
Misión San Luis 551 Fracc. Kino, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 627-0907
www.hjprecisiontools.com | [email protected]
Activities: CNC precision machining
Company Description: A precision machine shop already serving major customers in the aerospace industry
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 45
Certifications: ISO 9001 – 2008
Business Opportunities: Offer its existing capability for the aerospace industry
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HARTWELL DZUS (SOUTHCO)
Javier Mendoza
Avenida Juarez 999 Col. El Refugio, C.P. 21444, Tecate, B.C., México
+52 (665) 6540493 +52 (665) 6540114
www.southco.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturing of plastic fasteners, metal hinges & latches for aerospace & commercial industries.
Company Description: A premier supplier of specialty fasteners for fixed-wing and rotary aircraft ground support
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 28 Certifications: AS9100 and ISO 9001
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
HONEYWELL AEROSPACE DE MEXICO
Aldo Romero
Carretera a San Luis, Circuito Aeroespacial, Lote No. 2 Parque Industrial El Vigía 2, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 585300
www.honeywell.com | [email protected]
Activities: Aircraft engines and engine parts
Company Description: Prime aerospace contractor worldwide
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 1200 Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001, ITAR and Nadcap
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
HONEYWELL AEROSPACE SYSTEMS LABORATORY COMPANY
Ricardo García
Calzada del Oro Lt 7, Porción 1.2 Parque Industrial El Vigía C.P. 21397, Mexicali B.C., México
+52 (686) 8425915
www.honeywell.com | [email protected]
Activities: Aircraft engines and engine parts design
Company Description: Honeywell’s Mexicali Research & Technology Center in Baja California is a good example
of the innovation and intellectual capabilities
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 450 Certifications: AS9001, ISO 9001, ITAR and Nadcap
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
HUTCHINSON SEAL DE MEXICO
David López Noble
Pelicanos No. 313 Col. Lomas de San Fernando, C.P. 22785, Ensenada, B.C., México
+52 (646) 1522919
www.hutchinson-seal-mexico.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturing of sealing systems used with a whole range of fluids to contain dust-, noise-, water- and air- tightness
Company Description: Worldwide leader on elastomeric solutions for automotive, aerospace and industry
Country of Origin: France
Workers: 650
Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001, Nadcap
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
INDUSTRIAS SL POWER (CONDOR)
Deana Juárez
Circuito Siglo XXI No. 2055 Parque Industrial CPA Business Center Mexicali, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5682600
www.condorpower.com | [email protected]
Activities: Electronic assembly of power supplies
Company Description: A high-reliability manufacturer of power conversion, motion control, and electronic
protection equipment designed for the aerospace industry
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 350
Certifications: ISO 9001 – 2008
Business Opportunities: We provide local support to customers in North America on external and internal mounted power version requirements
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INTERIORES AEREOS (GULFSTREAM)
Aida Esponda
Blvd. Lázaro Cárdenas No. 2385 Col. Elías Calles, C.P. 21395, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5628600
www.gulfstream.com | [email protected]
Activities: OEM Aircraft Integrator
Company Description: Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation designs, develop, manufactures, markets,
services and supports the world’s most technologically-advanced business jet aircraft
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 1600
Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001, Nadcap
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
JONATHAN MFG DE MEXICO
Jorge Díaz Ramírez
Circuito Siglo XXI No. 2136 Parque Industrial CPA Business Center Mexicali, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5676767
www.jonathanengr.com | [email protected]
Activities: Metal mechanic, sheet metal and cable turn-key delivery
Company Description: Jonathan Engineered Solutions a leading manufacturer of precision aluminium slides,
brackets, trays, sheet metal & sheet metal assemblies and cable management systems
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 300 Certifications: AS9100 and ISO 9001
Business Opportunities: Interested in offering its existing capability to the aerospace industry
LEACH INTERNATIONAL (ESTERLINE)
Robert Navarro
Ave. Águila Azteca No. 19190 Parque Industrial Baja Mac El Águila, C.P. 22215, Tijuana, B.C. México
+52 (664) 6255111
www.esterline.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturer of avionics & controls, sensors & systems, and advanced materials
Company Description: Leach International designs and manufactures a broad range of high-reliable
power switching and control components and equipment
Country of Origin: France
Workers: 500
Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001, ITAR and NADCAP
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
LMI AEROSPACE
Brad Nelson
Ave. Eucalipto No. 2351 Col. Rivera Parque Industrial Calafia, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 9050044
www.lmiaerospace.com | [email protected]
Activities: Fabricates, machines, finishes, and integrates formed, close tolerance aluminum and specialty
alloy components and sheet metal products primarily for large commercial, corporate and military aircraft
Company Description: LMI Aerospace, Inc. is a leading provider of structural components, assemblies and
kits to the aerospace, defense and technology industries
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 170 Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001 and Nadcap
Business Opportunities: We provide a broad array of manufacturing capabilities and value-added services to the
large commercial, corporate, and military aircraft markets.
MTI DE BAJA
Monty Merkin
Calle Cuarzo S/N Lote 3, C.P. 22790, Ensenada, B.C., México
+1 (760) 772-5900
www.mtibaja.com | [email protected]
Activities: CNC precision machining
Company Description: MTI is a full operational CNC precision machining shop serving the aerospace industry
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 16
Certifications: AS9100 Compliant
Business Opportunities: Offer its existing capability to third party aerospace providers
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NEX-TECH AEROSPACE
Marco Rosillo
Calle Saturno No. 2, PIMSA, C.P. 21397, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 8410330
www.nex-techaerospace.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturing: Aerospace Machined Parts and Assemblies
Company Description: Nex-Tech Aerospace, Inc. manufactures components, structures, and assemblies of fixed
wing and rotary aircraft for the global aerospace industry
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 25
Certifications: AS9100
Business Opportunities: Offer its existing capability to the aerospace industry
ONCORE DE MEXICO
Bob Weber
Blvd. Héctor Terán Terán No. 20120 Nave 7-B Parque Industrial Prologis Mesa de Otay C.P. 22444, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 1346774 +52 (664) 1343354
www.oncorems.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturing and assembly of electronic products cables and harnesses to the aerospace and defense
Company Description: OnCore’s A&D segment specializes in the development, proto-typing, production and end-of-life
management of complex, low-volume, high-mix electronics and assemblies
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 550 Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001
Business Opportunities: Contract Manufacturer (EMS) offering product development including system level assembly and sourcing
ORCON DE MEXICO
Roberto Buelna
Ave. Lázaro Cárdenas No. 224, Ejido Chapultepec, Ensenada, B.C., México
+52 (646) 1201888 +52 (646) 1204238
www.orcon-aerospace.com | [email protected]
Activities: Aircraft insulating pads
Company Description: Orcon is truly the industry’s only vertically integrated supplier of aerospace insulation and adhesives
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 70
Certifications: AS9100, FAA and EASA
Business Opportunities: Committed in providing the insulation products to the mainstream aircraft industry
PAIMEX
Román Abarca
Palermo No. 2072 Villa Fontana, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5559156
www.serviciospaimex.com | [email protected]
Activities: Metal coating and plating
Company Description: Provider of metal finishing services
Country of Origin: Mexico
Workers: 14
Certifications: ISO 9001 Compliant
Business Opportunities: We offer our existing plating capabilities to service the aerospace industry
PARKER HANNIFIN CORP. SEAL GROUP
Jorge David
Calle 7 Norte y 1 Pte No. 111 Cd. Industrial Nueva Tijuana, C.P. 22550, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6233066 +52 (664) 6237118
www.parker.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturing and design of innovative polymeric sealing systems
Company Description: Parker offers sealing systems, specialized in over-molded technologies (rubber-tometal and rubber-to-plastic retained seals) and the integration of multiple components into unitized assemblies
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 700 Certifications: AS9100, Nadcap and ITAR
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
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PLACAS TERMODINAMICAS (TRIUMPH)
Susana Rivas
Calle Rey del Desierto No. 66 Parque Industrial El Saguaro, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5615400
www.triumphgroup.com | [email protected]
Activities: Insulating covers for aircraft
Company Description: A global leader in manufacturing and overhauling aerospace structures,
systems and components
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 800 Certifications: AS9100
Business Opportunities: Providing support to its corporate Triumph Group
PLATINADORA BAJA
Guillermo Gonzalez Hornedo
Blvd. Insurgentes 19814- Parque Industrial Bajamaq C.P. 22225, Tijuana, BC, México
+52 (664) 6260555 +52 (664) 6259555 +52 (664) 6260111
www.platinadorabaja.com | [email protected]
Activities: A vast array of in-house finishes and services that include over 20 electroplating
finishes as well as powder coating and liquid paint.
Company Description: A strong plating supplier for the commercial, automotive, medical,
aerospace and military sectors
Country of Origin: Mexico Workers: 367 Certifications: ISO 9001-2008, ISO 14000 and Nadcap
Business Opportunities: Offer our existing plating services to the aerospace industry
PRECISION SEAL
Cynthia Gonzalez
Aquila Azteca No. 251, Bodega C-PL9- Parque Industrial El Girasol C.P. 22215, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 9783083
www.precisionseals.com | [email protected]
Activities: Fabrication of rubber gaskets
Company Description: Precision Seals continues to be a leader in full hydraulic and pneumatic seal components
Country of Origin: Mexico
Workers: 50
Certifications: AS9100 ISO 9001
Business Opportunities: We offer a wide range of seals such as: poly packs, wipers, o-rings, back-ups, piston seals,
rod seals, etc. We have various materials available such as: Polyurethane, Fluorocarbon, Orange polyester, Teflon, Bronze,
Buna, Hythane, Fabric, Nylon
RKERN ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING
Jose Nuñez
Valle del Sur 8431-1 - Parque Industrial Valle Sur- Col. El Rubi- Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6379179
www.kerneng.com | [email protected]
Activities: CNC precision manufacturing aerospace
Company Description: RKern connector components have been and are being used throughout the world to
protect sophisticated electronic hardware and systems under the most adverse conditions against EMI/RFI and EMP
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 50 Certifications: ISO 9001-2008 AS9100 Compliant
Business Opportunities: Providing support to its corporate Kern Engineering
RYERSON METALS DE MEXICO
Angel Torres
Ave. Encantada Oeste No. 11510 - Col. Fideicomiso, El Florido C.P. 22234, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 2316833
www.ryersonmetalsdemexico.com | [email protected]
Activities: Metal distributors of aerospace specialty bars and alloys
Company Description: Ryerson is a leading distributor and processor of metals in North America.
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 12
Certifications: AS9100 Compliant
Business Opportunities: Ryerson offers a complete line of processing capabilities including but not limited to
stainless, aluminum, carbon & alloy, nickel alloys amongst others
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SAN DIEGO AIRCRAFT INTERIOR, INC (SDAI)
Juan Carlos Vasquez
2940 Hoover Ave, National City, CA, 91950
+1 (619) 474-1997
www.sdaircraftinteriors.com | [email protected]
Activities: finest Manufacturer of fine leather airline seats
Company Description: Manufacturers of commercial aircraft interiors, military and industrial sewn products
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 30
Certifications: FAA Compliant
Business Opportunities: Offer our existing capabilities to service OEM’s on their manufacturing leather seat covers
SEACON GLOBAL PRODUCTION
Eduardo Martinez Ortigoza
Callejon Terrazos #8 - Interior 2-C Las Brisas 1ra Seccion C.P. 22610 Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6262720
www.seaconglobal.com | [email protected]
Activities: Connectors for underwater defense applications
Company Description: Underwater electrical and fiber optic connector for defense applications
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 350 Certifications: AS9100 and ITAR compliant
Business Opportunities: Providing support to its corporate Seacon Global
SISTEMAS INTEGRALES AERONAUTICOS (SIASA)
Tomas Sibaja
Privada Misiones 1123-A - Parque Industrial Misiones Tijuana, B.C., México
www.siasaair.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturing and repair station of leather seat covers
Company Description: Company specialized in aircraft interior redesign and manufacture of certified leather seat covers.
All our products are made under strict quality standards of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and comply with FAR 25.853
Country of Origin: Mexico
Workers: 14
Certifications: DGAC Accredited FAA and AS9100 Compliant
Business Opportunities: Offer our existing capabilities to service directly aircraft carriers in manufacturing and repair
SKYWORKS SOLUTIONS DE MEXICO
Joaquin Jimenez Arriaga
Calzada Gomez Moring No. 1690 Col. Rivera Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5642100
www.skyworksinc.com | [email protected]
Activities: Production and delivery of analog, mixed-signal and RF semiconductor for wireless communications
Company Description: Skyworks Solutions, Inc. is an innovator of high performance analog semiconductors in military
and aerospace wireless networking applications
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 2700 Certifications: ISO 9001-2008
Business Opportunities: Skyworks is committed to being the supplier of choice by exceeding our customer expectations
SOPORTE INDUSTRIAL Y COMERCIAL (SINCO)
Abelardo Teran Villanueva
Jose Ma. Morelos y Pavon 20004-B Ex-Ejido Chilpancingo, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 3002432
www.maisind.com | [email protected]
Activities: CNC precision machining
Company Description: A premier CNC precision machining operator servicing the aerospace
industry amongst others
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 50
Certifications: ISO 9001-2008, AS9100 Compliant
Business Opportunities: We offer our existing capabilities to companies interested in off-loading work to the US market
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SPECTRUM INTEGRITY
Michael Ingham
+52 (661) 6129266
www.spectrumintegrity.com
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[email protected]
Activities: We work on hardware designs for advanced RF, High-Speed, and Semiconductor Test applications
Company Description: Spectrum Integrity is a full service engineering design service firm. We are a
solution provider for companies requiring outstanding hardware designs for advanced RF, High-Speed, and
Semiconductor Test applications
Country of Origin: EE.UU. Workers: 4
Certifications: ISO 9001 compliant
Business Opportunities: We offer our multi-disciplinary engineering staff and certified PCB designers for handling
component selection and researching datasheets to assist in schematic design and netlist creation.
SUNTEK MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES (KAREL)
Hilda Guerrero
Circuito Internacional Norte 14-5 Parque Industrial Nelson, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5800414
[email protected]
Activities: Repair Station. Wiring and harnesses assemblies and electrical and electro-mechanical fabrication
Company Description: Suntek is a complete subassemblies fully tested aerospace Repair Station
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 430 Certifications: ISO 9001-2000, ISO 9002-1994,
AS9100 Nadcap and ITAR
Business Opportunities: One stop shop for aerospace and commercial applications on cables
and harnesses including large custom enclosures
SWITCH LUZ SA (ELECTRO MECH COMPONENTS)
David Berruecos
Av. Las Brisas # 1200, Parque Industrial Las Brisas, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6868088
www.electromechcomp.com | [email protected]
Activities: Assembly and manufacturing of aerospace electric and electronic devices
Company Description: Electro-Mech Components, Inc. (EMC) specializes in the design and manufacture
of illuminated pushbutton switches, indicator lights, and multi-switch interlocking assemblies.
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 43
Certifications: AS9100
Business Opportunities: The company offers a wide variety of standard off-the-shelf pushbutton switch configurations
as well as high-end industrial-grade switches that are water tight, shock and vibration proof
TE CONNECTIVITY
Moises Gutierrez
Ave. Produccion No. 20, Parque Industrial internacional Tijuana, C.P. 22424, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6474519
www.te.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturing of wire/cable applied interconnectors and harnesses
Company Description: TE manufactures electrical components, connectors, relays, power management,
wire & cable supporting commercial, aerospace and avionics
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 1000 Certifications: AS9100, Nadcap, ITAR and ISO 9001
Business Opportunities: Regional supply-chain base suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
TE CONNECTIVITY DEUTSCH
Mercedes Avalos
Carretera Federal Mexicali-Tijuana Km 127 Parque Industrial Tecate, C.P. 21430, Tecate, B.C., México
+52 (665) 5211152
www.te.com/en/general/deutsch.html | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturing of cables and wire harnesses for the aerospace and defense industries
Company Description: TE Deutsch is a technology leader in the world’s fastest growing markets,
helping connect power, data and signal in the aerospace and defense sector
Country of Origin: France
Workers: 600 Certifications: AS9200, ISO 9001, Nadcap and ITAR
Business Opportunities: DEUTSCH designs and manufactures a variety of interconnection solutions for aerospace
and defenses and aims to be the supplier of choice in its chosen markets
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TRANSMEX INTERNACIONAL
Mario Rodriguez Corella
Romano No. 13525-B , Fracc. Alcala, La Mesa, Parque Industrial Jumare , Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6815027
www.transmex.net | [email protected]
Activities: Electronic assembly, harnesses and injection molding
Company Description: Manufacturing services in assemblies and sub-assemblies harnesses and
electrical tests with SMT and PTH technology servicing clients like Boeing, UTC, Lockheed Martin, Aerospace Avionics
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 120 Certifications: AS9100 Compliant
Business Opportunities: We offer our existing capability on wire harnesses, injection molding and assembly to the aerospace industry
TRELLEBORD SEALING SOLUTIONS MEICO
Mayra Amezquita
Calle Colinas 11850, Seccion Colinas, Parque Industrial El Florido, C.P. 22597, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 6450353 +52 (664) 6450236
www.trelleborg.com | [email protected]
Activities: Rubber seal and gasket manufacturing for engines, flight controls, actuators, landing gear and airframes
Company Description: Trelleborg Sealing Solutions, confirms their position as a leading sealing force in the aerospace market,
bringing together the best of foremost global specialist aerospace sealing brands; Shamban, Dowty Seals, Impervia and Palmer-Chenard.
Country of Origin: Sweden
Workers: 230 Certifications: ISO 9001-2008
Business Opportunities: Trelleborg products are used in virtually every major commercial and military aircraft program and are commonly
specified by leading aircraft manufacturers and OEM customers as sealing solutions on a wide range of critical applications
TURBO TECNOLOGIA DE REPARACIONES TURBOTEC
Francisco Aguirre
Calle Chilpancingo No. 361, Parque Industrial Chilpancingo, C.P. 22120, Tijuana, B.C., México
+1 (619) 5442385
www.solarturbines.com | [email protected]
Activities: Manufacturing of turbines
Company Description: Solar Turbines Incorporated, a subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc., is one of the world’s leading
manufacturers of industrial gas turbines, with more than 14,500 units and over 2 billion operating hours in 100 countries.
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 1080 Certifications: AS9100 Compliant
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
US TOLLING
Eduardo Aguilar
Ave Valle de Calafia S - N Nave III Modulo A Lote 3, Manzana 4 ,Col. Abasolo, C.P. 21600 Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5648465
www.ustooling.com | [email protected]
Activities: Fabrication of tools, platforms, and work stands for the Aerospace industry
Company Description: US Tooling is part of the Group Aero family of companies with a focus on offering high
quality low cost fabrication for various industries.
Country of Origin: USA
Workers: 60
Certifications: AS9100 Compliant
Business Opportunities: We offer our existing capabilities on frames, skids, and other welded parts
UTC AEROSPACE SYSTEMS
Eva E Valdez
Calz. Venustiano Carranza #238, Desarrollo Industrial Colorado, C.P. 21397, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 9047817
www.utcaerospacesystems.com | [email protected]
Activities: We design, manufacture and service systems and components and provide integrated solutions for commercial, regional, business and military aircraft, helicopters and other platforms. We are also a major supplier to international space programs.
Company Description: One of the world’s largest suppliers of technologically advanced aerospace and defense
products
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 800 Certifications: AS9100, ISO 9001, Nadcap and ITAR
Business Opportunities: Regional supply-chain base suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
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VIAKON MEXICO
Omar Salinas Villarreal
Av. Eucalipto No. 2398 Int. B, Esquina con Blvd. Venustiano Carranza, Col. Rivera,
Parque Industrial Calafia, C.P. 21270 Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5670741
www.viakon.com | [email protected]
Activities: Wire and cable distributor
Company Description: Viakon is a registered brand of Conductores Monterrey, a leading authority in fiber optic and
coaxial cables for telecommunications
Country of Origin: Mexico,
Workers: 15
Certifications: ISO 9001
Business Opportunities: We offer coaxial cable and wire
VOLARE ENGINEERING
Edgar Paz
Calzada Cuauhtemoc No. 899 2-A, Colonia Pro-Hogar, C.P. 21330, Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5674998
www.volare-eng.com | [email protected]
Activities: Interior cabin product design
Company Description: Specialist in galley and cabin furniture design
Country of Origin: Mexico
Workers: 15
Certifications: ISO 9001-2008
Business Opportunities: Volare turnkey solutions were created to achieve complete product development, at the lowest cost and lead time. Our engineers focus on quality, weight and durability of the aerospace
components being designed.
WDF SERVICES
Cesar Ponce G.
Saturno No. 18, PIMSA I, C.P. Mexicali, B.C., México
+52 (686) 5658223
www.wdfservices.com | [email protected]
Activities: Precision machining and fabrication services
Company Description: We machine a large number of components for aerospace and industrial
use including steel welded assembly and sheet metal parts
Country of Origin: Mexico
Workers: 90
Certifications: AS9100 Compliant
Business Opportunities: We offer our expertise and existing capability to the aerospace industry
interested in the North American market
WELCH ALLYN
Dianna Collins
Calle Emilio Flores No. 2471-A, Col. Cañon del Padre, C.P. 22203, Tijuana, B.C., México
+52 (664) 2116900
www.welchallyn.com | [email protected]
Activities: Assembly of halogen lighting interiors for aerospace
Company Description: Welch Allyn HPX halogen aircraft lamps are engineered and manufactured to
consistently deliver increased illumination performance over conventional lighting
Country of Origin: EE.UU.
Workers: 850 Certifications: AS9100 Compliant and ISO 9001-2008
Business Opportunities: We consider regional suppliers AS9100 and NADCAP certified and compliant
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AEROSPACE SUPPORTING INDUSTRY ECOSYSTEM
Ablemex | www.sigmatronintl.com
Calle Cuauhtemoc 9460-3 Fracc. Azteca, Tijuana | +52 (664) 978 1406 | [email protected]
Accuservice Technology | www.accuservice.biz
El Rey No. 2010, Nave 10-C, Fracc El Girasol | +52 (664) 300 5555 | [email protected]
Afilados Industriales de Precision | www.afiladosindustrialesdeprecision.com
Union de Comerciantes No. 47 La Mesa | +52 (664) 622 4167 | [email protected]
Aluminio de Baja California | www.abc-aluminum.com
Km. 16.4 Carretera Libre Tijuana-Ensenada | +52 (664) 636 1452 | [email protected]
American Green Inc. | www.americangreeninc.com
Ave. Corporativo No. 3, Otay Universidad Tijuana Industrial Park (TIP) Finsa | +52 (664) 624 9300 | [email protected]
Apon Industries | www.aponindustries.com
Av. Industrial No. 332 Ciudad Industrial Mesa de Otay | +1 (619) 793 4887 | [email protected]
Arneses y Conexiones | www.osca-arcosa.com
Calle Uno Norte No. 1108 Ciudad Industrial | +52 (664) 623 3700 ext. 113 | [email protected]
Auto-Tec | www.auto-tec.com
Ave. 1ro de Mayo No. 1199 Col. Bustamante | +52 (646) 177 0925 | [email protected]
Baja Manufacturing Services Worldwide (BMS) | www.bmsworldwide.com
Calle El Cairo 801-4 Colonia Cerro Colorado | +52 (664) 903 0425 | [email protected]
Baja Precision Cutting Tools | bajaprecision.com
Col. Paso del Aguila No. 5000 | +52 (665) 655 5180 | [email protected]
CCN Group Mexico | www.ccn2.com
Mercurio No. 138 PIMSA I | +52 (686) 841 6011 | [email protected]
Consultoría Empresarial | www.ceconsultmx.com
Bahía Soledad No. 1611, Playas de Tijuana | +1 (619) 730 4048 | [email protected]
Cryoinfra | www.cryoinfra.com
Av. Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz No. 19724 Parque Industrial La Frontera Otay | +52 (664) 623 3239 ext. 503 | [email protected]
Ehui Bai Consulting Group | www.ehuibai.com
Ave. Sonora #3809-201, Colonia Chapultepec | +52 (664) 370 0442 | [email protected]
Epsilon | www.thespggroup.com
Alvarado # 143, Local J5 Villa Mexicana, Zona Centro | +52 (646) 205 3066 | [email protected]
ER Industrial (Precision Plating) | www.precision-plating.com
Calle Tres Norte No. 1046 Ciudad Industrial Otay | +52 (664) 607 2477 | [email protected]
Fastenal | www.fastenal.com
Blvd Alberto Limon Padilla #19434 | +52 (664) 607 4430 | [email protected]
Galvanizadora Tijuana | www.platingtj.com
Jose Manuel Salvatierra No. 137 Fracc. Garita de Otay | +52 (664) 623 8514 ext. 106 | [email protected]
Goto de Baja California | www.goto-california.com
Hacienda del Colorado 21629 Fracc. Baja Maq El Aquila | +52 (664) 627 4500 | [email protected]
Hemaq | www.hemaq.com
Ave. de las Olas No. 625 Centro | +52 (664) 631 8543 | [email protected]
Hikam America Inc. | www.hikam.com
Km. 10.5 Carretera a San Luis Rio Colorado Parque Industrial Las California | +1 (619) 420 0333 ext. 107 | [email protected]
Hi-Tech Products | www.hi-tech-products.com
Onda Helada No. 14903-4 Col. Gas y Anecas, La Mesa Centro Industrial Las Brisas | +52 (664) 972 0154 | [email protected]
Immelmann | www.immelmann.mx
Ave. Mocorito No. 801 Independencia | +52 (686) 841 0809 | [email protected]
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Industrial Service & Solutions | www.ids-s.com.mx
Parque Industrial Bajamaq El Aquila No. 22215 | +52 (664) 903 9377 | [email protected]
Industrias Agroplásticas de Ensenada | www.iapesa.com
Km. 118, Carr. Transpeninsular | +52 (646) 177 4105 | [email protected]
Manufacturing Resource Group, Inc (MRG) | www.mrg-inc.com
Calle Pino No. 104 Parque Industrial Tecate | +52 (665) 521 3810 | [email protected]
Manufacturing Solutions de Mexico | www.manufacturingsolutions.com.mx
Calle Industria del Papel No. 22-A Parque Industrial El Vigia | +52 (686) 580 1722 | [email protected]
Maquinas, Accesorios y Herrramientas de Tijuana (Mahetsa) | www.mahetsa.com
Ave. El Fuerte No. 18469 Campestre-Murua | +52 (664) 624 3015 | [email protected]
Meka Precision Machining & Manufacturing | www.mekapma.com
Nave C Calle D No. 16110 La Mesa | +52 (664) 689 0005 | [email protected]
Metalinspec | www.metalinspec.com
Blvd. Sanchez Taboada # 10488 Torre Platino, Oficina No. 928 Zona Urbana Rio | +52 (664) 615 8036 | [email protected]
Moldcraft Solutions |
Jose Maria Morelos 223-2, Col. Ex Ejido Chapultepec | +52 (646) 218 3252 | [email protected]
Pacific Metals | www.pacificmetals.com.mx
Blvd. Manuel J. Clouthier Nte. 114-L Murua | +52 (664) 607 6822 | [email protected]
Pacific Precision Metals (BII de México) | www.pacificpm.com
Avenida Valle del Sur 8333, Parque Industrial Valle del Sur | +52 (664) 288 4270 | [email protected]
Packsize | www.packsize.com
Calle 9 Sur No. 104, Cd. Industrial Mesa de Otay | +52 (664) 413 3356 | [email protected]
Plasticos AMC de México | www.powersonic.com
Nueve Sur No, 1510, Ciudad Industrial Nueva Tijuana Otay | +1 (619) 661 2020 | [email protected]
Precision Sheet Metal de Mexico | www.psmmexico.com
Carr. a San Luis Km. 10.5, Almacen No. 6 Col. Gonzalez Ortega | +52 (686) 580 9237 | [email protected]
Procesos Metálicos California (Specialty Steel Products) | www.ssp-inc.net
Privada Valle de las Palmas No. 10201, Parque Industrial Valle Sur I | +52 (664) 637 6704 | [email protected]
PRS Industries de México | www.prsindustries.com
Aguila Coronada No. 3800-B, Bajamaq El Aguila | +52 (664) 627 4437 | [email protected]
Pulidos Industriales | www.ipsgroup1.com
Blvd. Alivio Norte, , 2do. Eje Oriente-Poniente No. 20206, Ciudad Industrial Nueva Tijuana | +52 (664) 623 4175 | [email protected]
ipsgroup1.com
Ramar, Soldadura Industrial y Maquinado de Precisión | www.ramarmfg.com
Santa Rosalia 20249, Col. Buenos Aires Sur, Tijuana | +52 (664) 661 1364 | [email protected]
River Manufacturing | www.rivermanufacturing.com
Av. Corporativo 2-B, Parque Industrial Internacional Tijuana (Finsa) | +52 (664) 624 9495 | [email protected]
RSI de México | www.rsimexico.com
Blvd. 3ra. Oeste No. 17530, Fracc. Garita de Otay | +52 (664) 215 0679 ext. 135 | [email protected]
Sego Hitec |
Calle Uno Poniente 109-D, Ciudad Industrial | +52 (664) 645 4300 | [email protected]
Sikatio Precision Machining | www.sikatio.com
Calle 2 Oriente #128, Cd. Industrial Otay. | +52 (664) 627 0166 | [email protected]
Solid Precision Engineering | www.solid-precision.com
Ave. Gpe. Victoria y 16 de Septiembre 1294 | +52 (646) 120 5584 | [email protected]
Soluciones de Ingeniería de Tijuana | www.soltij.com
+52 (664) 626 3808 | [email protected]
Techmaster de Mexico | www.techmastermx.com
Calle Monterrey No. 3130-A, Col. Mineral de Santa Fe | +52 (664) 624 4444 ext. 110 | [email protected]
Whitmor-Wirenetics | www.wirenetics.com
Alfonso Cravioto No. 25 , Col. Otay Constituyentes | +52 (664) 188 2812 | [email protected]
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carta de bienvenida
Cluster de Baja California, A.C.
TOMAS SIBAJA
Executive president
Aerospace Cluster of
Baja California, a.c.
La industria aeroespacial de Baja California se ha convertido
en un importante referente de las virtudes que México ofrece a los mercados globales.
Nuestra gente, habilidades e historia dentro de esta importante industria avalan nuestro éxito en la misma a lo
largo de varias décadas. Ha llegado el tiempo para exponer nuestras fortalezas como un ecosistema regional
incomparable que combina conocimiento especializado,
oportunidades de negocios y una cadena de valor definida por actores globales, como el concepto “Baja Aerospace”, un prisma de empresas diversificadas y maduras que
conviven dentro de una región transfronteriza, considerada como la plataforma más dinámica de México, con planes a largo plazo y aspiraciones legítimas.
Se trata de una unidad a la que hemos acuñado Megaregión
(San Diego, el Valle Imperial y Baja California). Una ubicación
estratégica para servir al mundo.
Además, el estado de Baja California es la autoridad líder en
este sector, con un crecimiento promedio anual superior al
20% en los últimos diez años, aunado a que todos los indicadores económicos – ya sean medidos con valores de importación y exportación, generación de empleos, número
de empresas, y lo más importante, datos sobre maduración
y diversificación – confirman estos hechos. Cuenta con 28
mil empleados en la industria aeroespacial, más de 80 firmas
globales de dicho sector y la mayor concentración de ofertas
de fusiones y adquisiciones (Mergers and Acquisitions, M&A
por sus siglas en inglés).
Como presidente ejecutivo del Clúster Aeroespacial de Baja
California A.C., le invito a que conozca la oferta de valor presente en nuestra región así como los diferentes espacios en
los que interactúan los jugadores de nuestro sector.
El Clúster Aeroespacial de Baja California, A.C.
está a sus órdenes.
The aerospace industry of Baja California has become an
important representation of the Mexican virtues we offer to
competitive global markets.
Our people, our expertise, our long history in this important
industry have proven successful for many decades. The time
has come to show our strengths as a unique regional ecosystem that combines specialized knowledge, business opportunities and a value chain that global players have defined as
the unique ‘Baja Aerospace Concept’ – a prism of mature and
diversified companies that coexists in an unparalleled crossborder region considered as the most dynamic platform of
Mexico with long-term plans and genuine aspirations.
An attitude we have coined as our Megaregion (San Diego,
Imperial Valley and Baja California). An exceptional location
to serve the world
Furthermore, the State of Baja California is a leading authority in this sector. With an average yearly growth of above
20% in the last ten years, all economic indicators – whether
measured in export and import values, employment generation, number of companies and, most important, maturity
and diversification data – confirm these facts. +28,000 direct
aerospace employees, 80 global aerospace names and the
largest concentration of M&A deals in Mexico in the aerospace industry reaffirm this effort.
As the executive president of the Aerospace Cluster of Baja
California A.C., I invite you to learn about our region’s values
by visiting us, and get to know the spaces in which our industry’s players come together and interact.
The Aerospace Cluster of Baja California, A.C.
is at your service.
¡Bienvenidos a Baja California!
Welcome to Baja!
[email protected]
[email protected]
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