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Strategic Alliances

We developed and strengthened relationships with more than 20 national and bilateral companies, associations, clusters, and chambers of commerce; With which we have expanded our service offer, we strengthen the presence and representativeness of the Chamber, we promote the activities of our union, we attract business opportunities and we facilitate the participation of our affiliates in world trade.

With these alliances we have attracted an annual volume of more than 30 thousand tons of aluminum products. distributed between extrusion products, laminates, foundry parts, automotive parts and aluminum alloys, which have been placed among our members according to their business.



Virtual meeting with the Customs Investigation Administrator of the Customs Control and Examination Program (PROCAFIS) of the Tax Administration Service (SAT).

  • Strengthen coordination for the surveillance of commercial transactions.

  • Develop a customs observer program.

  • Receive training from the SAT to strengthen actions to prevent, monitor, and report unfair trade practices.


Commercial virtual meeting of the Hungarian Embassy in Mexico.

  • Generate academic exchanges and agreements between universities of both countries.

  • Exchange information and production and trade statistics.

  • Share experiences on the energy sector given the differences in the regulatory frameworks of both countries.


Virtual meeting with the Faculty of Engineering of the UNAM

  • Open avenues of collaboration between academia and industry.

  • Develop programs for the integration of young talent in companies (professional internships, social service, employment exchange, etc.).

Virtual meeting with the General Delegation of Québec in Mexico

  • Open avenues of collaboration between both institutions.

  • Organization of a conference with a Quebec expert on issues of sustainable development of the aluminum industry.

Virtual meeting with the National Bank of Foreign Trade (BANCOMEXT)

  • Develop financing opportunities for companies.

  • Collaborate in the generation of information on production and financial needs of the industry.


Virtual meeting with the Director of Business Development of the Embassy of Israel in Mexico

  • Develop academic exchange opportunities.

  • Knowledge transfer activities in industry 4.0, information technologies, etc.

  • Develop mutual promotion activities.


Virtual meeting with the Commercial Manager of CADSYST

  • Provide companies with access to technological tools such as: artificial intelligence, data analytics, cloud computing, augmented reality, additive manufacturing and cybersecurity.

  • Offer training on issues of implementation of digital and technological tools to aluminum transformation companies.


Virtual meeting with the representative of Business Liaison of the Tecmilenio University

  • Establish a collaboration agreement that includes discounts on tuition fees and activities of the institution.

  • Carry out mutual promotion activities.



Virtual meeting with Dr. Kenneth Smith Ramos, NAFTA Chief Negotiator

  • Analyze the opportunities between the Mexican metal-mechanic sector and the exportable supply of Chile in collaboration with PROCHILE.

  • Establish ways of collaboration in mutual promotion activities.

  • Work together for the creation of the Latin American Aluminum Council.


Virtual meeting with Lucila Pérez, KONFIO representative: SME credit and business solutions

  • Establish a collaboration agreement to offer financial tools under preferential conditions to affiliates.



Breakfast with the foreign diplomatic corps in Mexico within the meeting of the Board of Directors and the ANIERM National Delegations at the Bankers Club of Mexico.

  • Invited by the National President of the Mexican Association of Importers and Exporters (ANIERM) to attend the presentation on the topic: "Tools for the promotion of investment and international trade in a combination of the public and private sector" by authorities of the Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of Foreign Relations.

  • A multimodal industrial logistics complex was also presented with which it is expected to be able to handle cargo and facilitate the production chain between importing and exporting companies using the infrastructure of the Felipe Ángeles International Airport.


Meeting with the Mexico China Chamber of Commerce and Technology

  • Promote a collaboration agreement for the development of joint projects.

  • Address issues of aluminum trade between both countries.

  • Carry out mutual promotion activities.

  • Exchange information on production and trade.


Virtual meeting with the  Secretary of Economic Development of the State of Aguascalientes and General Director of Industrial Development of SEDEC AGS.
  • Joint promotion of the industry of the State of Aguascalientes.

  • Promote the use of support and financing programs for industry offered by SEDEC.

  • Promote an international agenda to attract investment.


Virtual Meeting with Strategic Sourcing Team Leader of Cluster Industrial

  • Address business opportunities in the automotive industry through the Automotive Directory platform, which has more than 6,000 direct and indirect suppliers.

  • Generate information about the industry from the integration of the various branches of aluminum to this platform.

  • Integrate CANALUM affiliates under preferential conditions.

  • Strategic collaboration and mutual promotion agreement.

  • Exchange of information about industry and market.


Virtual meeting with Commercial Attachés of the General Delegation of Quebec in Mexico

  • Open avenues of collaboration between companies from the Québec region and Mexican ones.

  • Exchange of information on the aluminum industry.

  • Share experiences on sustainable development of the aluminum industry.

  • Collaboration in mutual promotion activities such as the dissemination and promotion of the 2nd Aluminum Forum Innovation & Future, which is intended to be a business meeting focused on inputs and technology.

Meeting with the EHS Integral Consultores Service Coordinator

  • Develop a training program on occupational safety.

  • Offer preferential conditions in EHS services.

  • Address security and risk management issues in the Security Commission.


Virtual meeting with the editorial area of S&P GLOBAL PLATTS, a platform that has readers from the non-ferrous metals market from all over the world.

  • Publication of an interview with Francisco Beltrán on the current market situation, and the panorama from the Chamber's point of view.

  • Develop an analysis of the size of the aluminum market in Mexico, demand in different sectors, price expectations, development as a sector, etc.

  • Aluminum report in Mexico that will be shared with affiliates for a month until April 1. Once the term is over, a communication will be sent inviting them to be price participants, or customers, in case they wish to continue receiving the information.

  • Market talks and/or conferences.

  • Contact with commercial area for details on subscriptions and costs in preferential conditions.

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