Carlos Robles
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Carlos Robles
President and Head of Aerospace
AMBE Engineering
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The aerospace manufacturing ecosystem is young but it will not mature if we do not invest and help make it grow, writes Carlos Robles.
Bernd Noack
Roundtable
Benito
Bernd Noack
Director General
HEMAQ

Industry 4.0 is not exclusively limited to automation. To develop the best manufacturing process, companies have to accumulate and control an abundance of data. Any machine producing high volumes of parts must have all the information gathered about performance, efficiency, labor, tools, maintenance and statistical data calculated before it starts operating. Industry 4.0 is important and, when well implemented and integrated into processes, tremendous success is achieved. Mexico is integrating this knowledge competitively and strongly moving forward. Automotive parts that must be produced in millions per year, will greatly benefit from savings, productivity, efficiency and performance. In aerospace, the advantage of this is quality and being able to define how efficiently you will be able to manufacture this with the required quality and delivery performance.

A new transformation promises to reshape manufacturing, labeled Industry 4.0, or advanced manufacturing.
Benito Gritzewsky
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Benito Gritzewsky
Director General
HEMAQ
HEMAQ is a provider of integrated solutions for CNC Machine Tools since 1988.
Ángel de Lope
Roundtable
Ángel de Lope
General Manager
Kaeser Compresores de México

Our engineering team evaluates each client’s needs to determine the appropriate compressor and system for them. Kaeser Compresores prides itself on its customer service. Our 24-hour support, 365 days a year as an important factor in our success. If a machine breaks down, we can temporarily substitute it so production is not affected. The main benefits we provide customers is access to our large inventory and excellent personnel. As the state continues growing, it will have to address a lack of sufficient personnel. Personnel retention as well as adjusting to new generational needs is of extreme importance as the more facilities you have the less qualified workers are available. There is a fight for good personnel. New facilities are hiring engineers at 15 percent higher salaries or more than their current employees.

To ensure the continuous growth of both sectors, solutions to train and retain these personnel must become a priority
Carlos Robles
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Carlos Robles
President Of The Mexican Federation For The Aerospace Industry (Femia) And Vice President
Bombardier Queretaro
FEMIA represents the Mexican aerospace industry with the goals of promoting it internationally and attracting FDI.
Benito Gritzewsky
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Benito Gritzewsky
Former President
FEMIA
FEMIA is actively demonstrating how competitive the aerospace industry is in Mexico.
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