Aerospace
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Boeing is falling behind on getting the 737 Max 10 certified in 2022.
Alberto Robles
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Alberto Robles
Strategic Supply Chain Manager
General Electric Infrastructure Queretaro (GEIQ)
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Change management and dual transformations will be the key to capturing the great opportunities of the future, writes Alberto Robles.
Carlos Robles, Vice President Center Region, FEMIA
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Carlos Robles
Vice President
FEMIA
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Human resources and supply chain development are the main challenges that FEMIA aims to tackle in Mexico, says VicePresident Carlos Robles.
Women
News Article
While women lead some OEMs in Mexico, female participation in the sector is still low.
Conference
News Article
Aguascalientes growth and position in the Bajio has allowed the entity to represent the country at the 2021 IAA MOBILITY summit.
Eugenio Marín
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Eugenio Marín
CEO
FUMEC
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While the pandemic slowed down the aerospace industry, the sector remains committed to its 2030 objectives. To achieve these, the sector needs SMEs.
Gabriel Morales
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Gabriel Morales
General Director
Safran Electrical & Power
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Safran Electrical & Power’s Gabriel Morales discusses the opportunities Mexico could seize as the aerospace industry recovers.
Jaime Pérez
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Jaime Pérez
Director General
Jaiter
Adding new suppliers to Nuevo Leon’s aerospace supply chain will lead to more development and help the industry grow, says Jaiter’s Jaime Pérez.
Alan Cañamar
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Alan Cañamar
General Manager - Mexico Operations
L&H Industrial
Canamar explains the main advantages of choosing L&H solutions over OEM products and discusses the company’s desire to expand its Mexican…
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