Aeroméxico
Weekly Roundups
Aeroméxico announced that a majority of its shareholders approved a proposal to exit the Mexican Stock Exchange.
René Espinosa, President, FEMIA; Plant Manager, Metal Finishing Company
View from the Top
René Espinosa
President/ Plant Manager
FEMIA / Metal Finishing Company
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The aerospace sector will begin recovering by late 2022 and realize a full recovery by 2024, says René Espinosa, President of FEMIA.
Boeing
News Article
Boeing expects supply chain problems to persist throughout 2023, as mid-tier and sub-tier suppliers face major trouble recruiting talent.
Luciano Rizzo
Expert Contributor
Luciano Rizzo
Managing Director
Sandvik Coromant Mexico
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Industry 4.0 and the introduction of digital tools to aerospace manufacturing offer numerous benefits, writes Luciano Rizzo.
MAF 2022
News Article
While COVID-19 lockdowns and the Russia-Ukraine war continue slowing down supply chains, Mexico’s aerospace industry is recovering.
MAF1300
News Article
Collaboration is essential to overcome the obstacles that the global context has posed to the continuity of the supply chain, experts agree.
Enrique Sosa
Expert Contributor
Enrique Sosa
President
Aeronautical University in Queretaro (UNAQ)
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The growth forecast for the space industry is huge. Is higher education ready to provide the talent to take advantage of the coming opportunities?
Supply chain
News Article
Despite global disruptions, Mexico continues building its aerospace supply base.
Airbus
Weekly Roundups
AIFA continues preparing for its opening on March 21, 2022. Read this and more in your weekly roundup!
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