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News Article
As Mexico’s aerospace industry recovers, companies find themselves needing more talented professionals.
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Weekly Roundups
News surrounding AIFA, Volaris and Safran are featured among this week’s top stories.
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.
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Analysis
The COVID-19 outbreak dealt a heavy blow to the aerospace industry but there are opportunities in the horizon.
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.
José Luis Zuñiga
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José Luis Zuñiga
Director of the Aerospace Program
TechBA
Business accelerator for SMEs aims to support aerospace companies to find new market opportunities.
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News Article
Mexico’s Foreign Minister said that Safran will build a new plant in the north of Mexico.
Airbus A380 uses Safran wirings
News Article
Lower aircraft demand led engine manufacturer Safran to cut 3,000 jobs at its facilities in Mexico.
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