The Brazilian Aerospace Cluster was formed in 2006 to consolidate Brazil’s aerospace and defense production chain. By gathering all companies of the segment into one extensive network of collaboration and synergy, the Cluster encourages competitiveness in the local and global market and strengthens businesses of all sizes.
The Technology Park manages the Cluster and uses all its connection expertise to promote innovation and entrepreneurship to the member companies as well.
The Cluster is a pioneer in Brazil, and acknowledgedly the most important of its kind in Latin America. It gathers over 100 companies totaling over 15,000 jobs. Embraer, the third largest aircraft manufacturer in the world, is its anchor-company.
The companies in the Cluster operate in engineering, avionics, tooling, logistics, industry and manufacture, defense, security, and space.
To achieve its purpose, the Brazilian Aerospace Cluster engages in various activities dedicated to training and qualification, internationalization, fund raising and support to technological innovation. It also promotes business rounds, as well as national and international trade missions, conducted on its own initiative or through agreements with public and private institutions. Consulting services, as well as access to market intelligence studies, are also made available to the Cluster’s member companies.
Companies can join the Brazilian Aerospace Cluster at any time.
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Survey with local aerospace suppliers to identify the segment's challenges and opportunities;
Inclusion of the Aerospace Local Productive Arrangement (APL) in the agenda of the APL Program of the Ministry of Development of the State of São Paulo Department of Economic Development;
Formation of the Managing Committee and creation of the Brazilian Aerospace Cluster
Cluster consolidation and recognition by local, state and federal governments
First agreement with Apex-Brasil
First agreement with the Brazilian Industrial Development Agency (ABDI)
Mobilizing projects | Formation of consortiums
Approval in the process of revalidation/recognition by the São Paulo State Government