The Brazilian company Tupy, in coordination with the Ministry of Economy (SEC, by its Spanish initials) held the event Suppliers’ Development, at the Center for Innovation and Linkage of the Instituto Tecnologico de Saltillo (ITS,) aimed to settle business appointments that benefit both parties.


In business, tables were served 75 suppliers from municipalities like Saltillo, Ramos Arizpe, Monclova, Sabinas, and Frontera and from the states of Nuevo Laredo, Chihuahua and Jalisco.


At the ribbon cut of the exhibition opening were present directives from the foundry company like Adrian Garcia Morales, Country Manager director of Tupy Mexico; Toni Marcelo Zampieri, corporate manager of Raw Material of Tupy Brazil, and Luis Alexandre Bertesina, corporate manager of Raw Material from Tupy Brazil. There was also present Jaime Guerra Perez, secretary of Economy, as well as Maria Gloria Hinojosa, director of ITS.


“We are the tenth company in value generation and support of local economy in Coahuila and the intention we have with this kind of events is to try to locate our services and open our doors to local supply, try to do the commercialization and specialization at home,” said Adrian Garcia Morales during his intervention.


“We would like to also connect with many of our services locally, listen to new proposals and that is the objective of the event since only looking at a full room is a success,” added the Country Manager Director of Tupy Mexico.


Meanwhile, Jaime Guerra underlined that during this first event together were achieved business appointments with machining area companies, automotive and integration, soldering, logistics, foundry, electric substations, welding, and industrial maintenance, among others.


The secretary of Economy in Coahuila noted that one of the strategies that has shown higher efficiency to provide improvement efforts a guidance toward the market, it is the development of suppliers, which has as an objective the business globalization worldwide, since it encourages companies to reformulate their management structures, commercial and productive, for these to be able to respond to their customers’ requirements on a market increasingly competed.


“The interest in working together with companies that support local supply as Tupy is to continue economically developing the region and the state,” he explained.