Plane
Analysis
A look into the Mexican state’s ways of attracting investment and building a strong industry.
Plane
News Article
FEMIA and local businesses explain what the future of Mexico’s aerospace industry will look like. This and more in your weekly Aerospace Roundup!
Luis Lizcano, FEMIA
View from the Top
Luis Lizcano
Director General
FEMIA
After a troubled 2020, Mexico’s aerospace industry is optimistic that its recovery is ahead, says FEMIA.
Makinovo
View from the Top
Alberto Palomino
Director
Makinovo
Makinovo highlights the advantages of operating in Chihuahua and different collaborative efforts, through FEMIA and the local aerocluster.
Carlos Robles
Expert Contributor
Carlos Robles
Vice President, Central Region
FEMIA
https://www.linkedin.com/in/roblescarlos1/
https://twitter.com/CRoblesAero
https://femia.com.mx
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Many new factors will impact the Mexican aerospace sector post-pandemic. FEMIA Vice President Carlos Robles looks at the possibilities.
Mexico's Nearshoring Opportunity as Global Supply Chains Shift
Video
Consistent rules and clean energy are among the challenges Mexico’s manufacturing sector must overcome to capture nearshoring opportunities
Nearshoring Opportunities Abound as Global Supply Chains Shift
News Article
Consistent rules and clean energy are among the challenges Mexico’s manufacturing sector must overcome to capture nearshoring opportunities
Carlos Robles
Expert Contributor
Carlos Robles
Vice President, Central Region
Mexican Federation of Aerospace Industries (FEMIA)
https://www.linkedin.com/in/roblescarlos1/
https://twitter.com/CRoblesAero
https://femiamx.com/#!/-inicio-4-2/
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Mexico has a bigger role to play in writing the new fairy tales of New Space.
Rocket
Analysis
Three decades after the launch of the first Mexican satellite, Mexico’s incipient space industry is preparing for takeoff.
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