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Fernando Grasso Secretary of Industry Ministry of Production and Labour Argentina

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCES ON INDUSTRIAL PARKS FOR THE IMPULSE OF COMPETITIVENESS, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABILITY AND INCLUSION: THE ARGENTIN CASE. Fernando Grasso Secretary of Industry Ministry of Production and Labour Argentina.

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Fernando Grasso Secretary of Industry Ministry of Production and Labour Argentina

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  1. INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCES ON INDUSTRIAL PARKS FOR THE IMPULSE OF COMPETITIVENESS, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABILITY AND INCLUSION: THE ARGENTIN CASE. • Fernando Grasso • Secretary of Industry • Ministry of Production and Labour • Argentina

  2. The Industrial Parks are a fundamental Vector to Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development -Improving logistical flow -Greater competitiveness -Civil works suitable for industry -Promote registered work -Efficiency in the development and investment in infrastructure and services • -investments attraction -Promote sustainable development -Territorial synergies correcting asymmetries -Urban order -Improving productivity

  3. INDUSTRIAL PARKS: history and experience +400 Industrial Parks (80% public) 14 provinces have regulations governing PIs. 2019 Technical Assistance Program 2018 Completion UNIDO Programme (2015-2018) Sustainable Industrial Parks Development 2018 BICE financing line TheNational Industrial Parks Program recommends certain standards for the organization of IP 2015 1st EDITION of EPIBA 2014 Creation of the Industrial Parks Network Non-profit association made up of representatives of industrial parks. Generate knowledge and tools. 2010 Creation of the RENPI Density of parks by province 1973 Industrial Promotion Act Resolution No.94 defines Industrial Parks Instruments: • Anr • Technical assistance • Financing • RENPI 1971/72 Provincial Law PI (Santa Fe - Bs.As) Link Public -private 1961 First PI (Viedma) More than 100 Between 30 and 99 Between 15 and 29 Between 5 and 14 Less than 5

  4. Argentina's strategy in its industrial parks policy The challenge is to deepen the qualitative aspects of the parks by axising two concepts that go through Argentine industrial policy and align with the SDGs. INNOVATION AND INDUSTRY 4.0 Encourage the adoption of infrastructure and services that promote innovation and competitiveness. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Encouraging the conversion of IMs to Sustainable IEDs • Territorial articulators • Adapted to the environment • Industrial specialization • Flexibility and innovation • Private public articulators • Articulation with the community New roles for parks Industrial -Providers service -Infrastructure

  5. Actions INDUSTRY 4.0 Industrial Parks 4.0 Southern Industrial Park Mendoza TIC- Technological Park Villa María Industrial and Technological Park, Cordoba Misiones Technology Park (INTA) P. Industrial and Technological Varela (ADIMRA) F. Varela, Bs As. Puerto Madryn Technology Park - (CIMA) (Chubut) Tencologíco Park of the Central Littoral Morón Aeronautical Technology Park, Buenos Aires Itencouragesthetransformation of anorganizationthroughthe use of technology to improveitsprocesses, reduce costs, improveinformation and obtainbetterresults. Tools are being redefined to drive productive transformation with north in the development of Industry Argentina 4.0 Park services -Linking withResearch Centres -Incubator -3D prototyping center -Digital classroom • -Separation of waste-Energy efficiency A-Led Lights-Sustainable mobility-Laboratories Assistance Technical Awareness Training Financing

  6. CENTRO COASTAL TECHNOLOGY PARK Business development model Pre-incubation • For fledgling projects. It has trained personnel accompanying in the formulation of the business plan until the completion of the prototype, offering basic infrastructure.i Property ceded by CONICET. Surface: 2.42 ha. Location: City of Santa Fe. 21 COMPANIEs, pharma and chemistry Tech scientist Business Incubator • 5 laboratories, 3 cabinets, 8 offices and multimedia meeting room. Promotes the development of entrepreneurships over a period of 24 months with the possibility of extension. Urban ecosystem Government Companies Pre-establishment • Company containers", modular structures where entrepreneurs can build the dependencies inherent in the activity and the needs of the project. Business Condo • Eoffice, equipped for ventures working in the area of Information and Communication Technologies. Common services. Establishment • premises for the construction of companies. Company case Lipomize SRL is an R&D company that produces liposomal supplies using biological nanotechnology. Its products are high value-added raw materials in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic and food industries. Exports: 1- cosmetic ingredients to India and China 2- Farma formulas and nutraceuties to Germany and Spain.

  7. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Argentina's sustainable development strategy is based on 3 key axes: International Affairs Negotiation of the national productive position on sustainability in the Multilateral Environment Agreements (MEAs) Circular Economy Management of national regulations for the transformation of the linear economy model by encouraging the reuse of materials and resource efficiency from product design. Sustainable Production Promote industrial conversion for the production of healthy, safe and more efficient goods and services oriented to the circularization of their materials and minimize emissions, effluents and waste. In this context, Argentina participated in the UNIDO programme for the Conversion to Sustainable Industrial Parks

  8. UNIDO: "Development of Sustainable Industrial Parks in Latin American and Caribbean Countries" (2015-2018)* The program had 3 stages completed: 2. 1. 3. Strategy development:creation of practical guidance, establishment of a National Committee, awareness-raising workshops and training. Diagnostics - pilot test of the proposed tool Base Study:state of the situation of industrial parks and SWOT of pre-selected parks. Gualeguaychú Industrial Park Argentina Results: -4 Trained Industrial Parks: PI Gualeguaychú, PINorte (San Nicolás), PI Nogoyá and Villa Constitución. -56 companies Participants -1 industrial park diagnostic report: Gualeguaychú Industrial Park -3 company diagnostic reports: Hermann (metallurgical), Rontaltex (textile), Unionbat (recycling of starter batteries). Challenge: moving forward with the second phase • Implementation of recommendations for conversion to sustainable industrial parks • Replication of the program to other Industrial Parks *Participants: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama and Paraguay

  9. Concrete strategies: -Union to the United Nations Global Compact Park INDUSTRIAL NORTH -Energy production through solar and wind panels. Water recovery, reservoir and tributary treatment Surface: 18 ha. Location: San Nicolás, Buenos Aires -LED public lighting Created in 2014, it is in its initial stage of development. Model First Sustainable Industrial Park of the Province of Buenos Aires. Certification of the control body OPDS -Forest curtain and green spaces -Incubator of companies Sectors with the most growth potential: renewable energy and the complete value chain of the bio-economies that boost the agri-industrial sector -Quality Management System: developer tool for organizations committed to the global sustainable development process • -Handbook of GoodEnvironmentalPracti

  10. Challenges Challenges ECOSYSTEM- ARTICULATION Carry out the work agenda to deepen the qualitative aspects IPs through: -Technological infrastructure for the development of Industry 4.0 -Reconversion of IP to Sustainable IP in response to new demands. -Provision of Technical assistance Resource mobilization in all 4 levels: Sector Public Companies Community

  11. Fernando Grasso • Secretary of Industry Ministry of Production and Labour Argentina

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