Because of their fields of work, the Ministry of Industry and the Ministry of Agriculture and Production are working closely, with ongoing communication, to improve competitive standards within the Province’s production sector.

Ministry of Agriculture and Production

http://www.agro.misiones.gov.ar

 

Institute of Farming and Industry Promotion (IFAI)

http://www.ifai.gov.ar

 

National Institute of Industrial Technology (INTI)

http://www.inti.gob.ar/noticias/slide_centro_misiones.htm

 

Office of the Secretary of Energy

Institutions that provide companies with assistance and support:

  • Office of Information for Business Owners (http: www.ooe.posadas.gov.ar/): Provides assistance, information and guidance to start-up and business owners, serving as liaison with financing sources. It promotes business development and entrepreneurship.
  • Agency for the Economic Development of Misiones (http://www.ademi.org.ar/): Created in 2003, the Agency promotes a technologically advanced, diversified and competitive production fabric, as well as economic growth. It is formed by the Provincial State, the Municipalities, Chambers of Commerce, Professional Associations, and the universities Universidad Nacional de Misiones and Universidad Gastón Dachary.
  • Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Posadas (http://www.cciposadas.com.ar/): Created in 1943, this Chamber is one of the entities that represents commerce and business owners from Misiones. Its actions help foster economic and business activities.
  • Chamber of Foreign Trade of Misiones (http://www.cacexmi.com.ar/): This Chamber promotes Misiones’ foreign trade by interacting with operators and entities, bringing together several provincial organizations.
  • Economic Confederation of Misiones: A second-level organization that brings together Misiones’ Business Chambers.

Innovation Fields

  • Misiones Technological Park (www.ptmi.org.ar): This entity offers and enables conditions for the creation, settlement and development of education and research companies and institutions committed to promote technological innovation and social responsibility. Its structure builds on three key sectors: Knowledge, the State, and the Private Sector.
    Business Incubator for Technologically-Based Companies of Posadas: This entity reports to the Misiones Technological Park. It selects projects to provide them with facilities, technical assistance, consulting services and financial advice.
  • Executive Committee of Development and Technological Innovation (http://www.cedit.misiones.gov.ar/): Provincial entity devoted to the promotion, coordination and assistance of scientific and technological studies, research and development by managing national and provincial resources earmarked for Development and Technological Innovation.
  • Office of Science and Technology of the Province of Misiones: Recently created, this Office seeks to reinforce knowledge and technology management, along with its relation with the production sector, guiding the generation of knowledge that contributes to competitive, productive innovation.
  • Technological Liaison Units (UVTs): These are entities authorized by the Argentine State (Law No. 23877 on the Development and Promotion of Technological Innovation) to assist companies in the development of projects to foster innovation through research and development, transfer of technology, and technical assistance. They make their legal structure available to ease project creation, organization, and management: Four UVTs operate in Misiones:

 

Universidad Nacional de Misiones

www.unam.edu.ar


Universidad Gastón Dachary

http://www.ugd.edu.ar


ArgenINTA Foundation. National Institute of Farming Technology (INTA)

www.argeninta.org.ar

 

Science and Technology Foundation of Misiones (FUMCYT)

 

The joint work of the Ministry of Industry with the municipalities is at the heart of designing development and protection policies. Together with the municipalities, we seek to promote the creation of value across all production chains with companies, workers, universities, and non-governmental organizations.

Territoriality is key to the industrial policies we implement with the sole purpose of creating genuine and quality jobs as a means to consolidate a developed province.

Chambers of Industry

  • Chamber of Yerba Mate Millers from Production Area (CMYMZP)
  • Association of Industrial Wood Producers and Sellers from Misiones and North Corrientes (APICOFOM)
  • Chamber of Foreign Trade of Misiones (CACEXMI) http://cemisiones.com.ar/home/index.php/camaras

 

Chambers of Commerce

  • Association of Hotels, Bars, Restaurants and Similar Activities of Misiones (AMHBRA)
  • Trucking Chamber of Misiones (CEMAC)
  • Chamber of Foreign Trade of Misiones (CACEXMI)
  • Business Coordination Office of Posadas

 

Chambers of Each Sector

  • Chamber of Yerba Mate Millers from Production Area (CMYMZP)
  • Association of Industrial Wood Producers and Sellers from Misiones and North Corrientes (APICOFOM)
  • Association of Wood Producers, Sawmills and Similar Activities of Alto Paraná (AMAYADAP)
  • Chamber of Gas Stations and Similar Facilities of the Northeast (CESANE)
  • Association of Tourism Agencies of Misiones (AMAT)
  • Regional Chamber of Industry and Trade of Leandro N. Alem (CRICA)
  • Regional Chamber of Industry, Production and Trade of Oberá (CRIPCO)
  • Chamber of Production, Industry and Commerce of Apóstoles and Alto Uruguay
  • Association of Tobacco Farmers of Misiones (APTM)
  • Association of Car Dealers Argentina – Posadas Regional Office Regional Posadas (ACARA)
  • Chamber of Construction and Similar Activities of Misiones (CAMECA)
  • Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Production and Services of Campo Grande
  • Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Tourism, Production and Services of Libertador General San Martín, Puerto Rico
  • Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Eldorado (CACIEL)
  • Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Tourism of San Vicente
  • Association of Closed-Circuit TV of Misiones (AMCCTV)
  • Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Similar Activities of San Antonio
  • Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Production and Tourism of Jardín América and Area of Influence
  • Chamber of Production, Industry, Commerce and Services of Comandante Andrés Guacurarí
  • Regional Chamber of Commerce of San Pedro
  • Chamber of Optical Stores from the Province of Misiones













 

 

 

The Posadas Industrial Park is a space designed to promote the development of productive activities that create genuine jobs, add value to raw materials, develop economies of scale and technological innovation, and allow companies to complement and compete with each other.

It is located in the small town Nemesio Parma, at the confluence of the Apepu stream and Parana River. Its surface is 112 hectares, accessible from National Road 12 through a 7-kilometer paved avenue.

The park features industrial locks, surveillance and security, electric power at wholesale prices, drinking water, sewage and industrial waste collection network, phone and Internet services, and a room for business events and training courses for shared use.

The following companies are currently located at the park: PLASTIMI (plastic containers), DUOMO Helados (ice cream), MIELITAS (candy), Perfiles del Litoral, La Esquina (carpenters), Proodos, Coop. (carpenters), El Alfarero (ladder manufacturer), and Centro Municipal de Bordados y Estampados (embroidery and prints). The following companies are in the process of getting settled: Misiones Open Sky (special waste treatment), LUG Light Factory (LED luminaires), Carlos E. Enriquez SA (prestressed concrete poles,) ARME S.A. (steel industry), El Abasto SRL (cold meat from “Campo San Isidro”), Aire Confort (industrial ventilation and cooling.)

 

MISIONES, A PROVINCE TO INVEST IN, PRODUCE AND GROW

Click on the picture to read the Digital Brochure

Por que Invertir en Misiones

 

 

 

http://www.pip.misiones.gov.ar