Juan Carlos Corral
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Juan Carlos Corral
President
Queretaro Aerospace Cluster
After four years as the President of the Cluster, Corral explains the strengths and weaknesses of Queretaro and Mexico’s aerospace industry.
Plane
News Article
The Bajio Alliance will help the Mexican aerospace industry to become more attractive and competitive.
Aerospace
News Article
Queretaro is fourth among aerospace-oriented states and its position in the industry keeps growing.
Airplane
Analysis
The COVID-19 outbreak dealt a heavy blow to the aerospace industry but there are opportunities in the horizon.
Juan Carlos Corral
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Juan Carlos Corral
President
Queretaro Aerocluster
Mexico’s aerospace industry will bounce back once the sector recovers globally, says the president of the Queretaro Aerocluster.
Roberto Cisneros
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Rogelio Cisneros
President
Monterrey Aerocluster
To help Mexico’s aerospace industry deal with COVID-19, Monterrey Aerocluster works to identify areas of opportunity in a cost-driven market.
Rene Espinosa from Chihuahua Aerospace Cluster
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Rene Espinosa
President
Chihuahua Aerospace Cluster
Chihuahua Aerospace Cluster looks to map capabilities and opportunities in the region to capture opportunities as soon as they arise.
avion de aeromexico
Weekly Roundups
Activity in the airline market is matched by movements in aerospace investment. This and more in this week’s aerospace roundup!
Marco Del Prete III, Minister of Sustainable Development of Queretaro
News Article
Queretaro’s plans to remain the world’s fourth-ranked destination for aerospace FDI include the possibility to redirect shipments from saturated AICM
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