In what already has become a tradition, the National Chamber of the Transformation Industry (CANACINTRA, by its Spanish initials) Southeast Coahuila Delegation successfully celebrated the twentieth edition of Productive Links and Technological Innovation, achieving gathering local supply with tractor companies in pro the competitive development of the industry in the region.

Productive Links and Technological Innovation 2019 has as main objective to encourage industrial development, generating opportunities of approach between companies and suppliers, achieving thus the integration between sectors so important for the Southeast Region of Coahuila.

A total of 141 stands and 110 industrial exhibitors announced their products and services aiming to encourage their brands. 22 tractor companies participated and seven strategic companies such as banks, research centers of science and technology, as well as certifying companies, among others. Everardo Padilla Flores, president of CANACINTRA Coahuila Southeast, detailed the objective of the event, which housed businessmen, students, and the general public for three days.

“The personal, as well as industrial growth, is achieved through the links we create, since by sharing we multiply the knowledge, learning, experience, and technology with which we productively link,” he said.

Besides the industrial exhibition, the twentieth edition of the event had business meetings and strategic linkage, as well as workshops and conferences. During the first day of activities was held the first Forum “Impact of Women in Society and the Industry,” highlighting the participation of successful people in their different areas, where Gloria Hinojosa, director of the Instituto Tecnologico de Saltillo; Marissa de la Roda, founder, and director of QVOZ Estrategia Publicitaria stood out; also Lilia Ramirez, president of the Fundacion CANACINTRA; Gladiomar Hernandez, CEO of Hacssys 4.0 Technological Solutions; Haide Sanchez, general director of Grupo Autycom; as well as Lucia Fernanda Muro Padilla, double athlete golden medalist in Parapan American Games Lima 2019 and double bronze medalist in Toronto 2015.

Later a SCRUM workshop: Innovation and Business Agility, lectured by Marisela Mora, who works as process consultant manager. While Javier Nunez, CEO of the company Nuvasoft, shared her testimony through the conference La Industria 4.0 and Digital Transformation in Mi Empresa. 

The second day began with the opening of Productive Link and Technological Innovation 2019, which was presided by Everardo Padilla together with characters like Jaime Guerra Perez, secretary of Economy; Jose Luis Vega, national vice-president of CANACINTRA delegations, in representation of Enoch Castellanos, national president of the chamber, among other local authorities.

“20 years are easy said, but we always give everything for all attendees to obtain the best of this great event.  We wish that each one of the people and participating companies are benefited with more supply opportunities, sales, training, financing advisory and administrative, conservation and jobs creation,” said Padilla Flores during his speck.

Meanwhile, the national vice-president of CANACINTRA made clear that innovation and technology will be as Industry 4.0 will arrive.



Within the framework of this event was granted the medal Aguila CANACINTRA, which was granted to those businessmen or company directors distinguished by their career as it is a business and human reference.

The winners in this edition were Oscar Rolando Peart Mijangos, director of plant Tech and Precision Fixture; as well as Rodolfo Espinosa Barrientos, for their work as plant director in La Moderna.

Also were recognized with the Merit CANACINTRA to active members with trajectory, business permanence, and support to a society whose contributions have been valuable in all areas.

The awarded companies were Delphi Diesel Systems, Magna Powertrain, Vima Servicios Industriales, Mofesa, Stabilus, Corte y Servicios Industriales, Caterpillar Ramos Arizpe, Seil, Electro Construcciones Coahuila, and Geon Performance Solutions.



Another innovation in this Productive Links and Technological Innovation 2019 was the fulfillment of the Regional Semifinals of the Entrepreneurial Award CANACINTRA 2019, where the teams Farder-Aim, Trip Trip and Bubble Fresh advanced to the national competition that will take place in Mexico City this December 9th.

The second day of activities will continue with the conference Initiative CHO Chief Happiness Officer, lectured by Arturo Villegas; while Miguel Soetaert, Logistics director of Daimler Plant Saltillo, shared the success case of the German company.

Finally, the event closing day was developed activities like conferences and workshops where subjects were addressed like the Internet of Things, young entrepreneurship, management and use of measurement tools, as well as scholarship program abroad.