An industrial cluster (or just cluster) is a concept born in the early 90s based on the ideas of Michael
Porter. It is the concentration of interconnected companies and institutions in a particular field of
competition. A variety of clusters exist in industries like oil and gas, agriculture, transportation, product
manufacturing and logistics, among others.
The cluster has members from the triple helix: Government, Academia and Industry. There is a Board of
Directors composed of active members and Monterrey Aerocluster employees, who propose and
approve projects to further the objectives of the cluster.
Companies interested in becoming members should send a letter expressing their intention to join, and
a brief description of their company. The addition of new members is subject to the approval of the
Directors of the cluster. The Monterrey Aerocluster will send you a form that you must fill, scan and
submit; contributions to the Monterrey Aerocluster are determined based on the company’s total
number of employees Contact: Phone number: 81915687 | firstname.lastname@example.org