Welding
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.
Welding
News Article
Lower aircraft demand and supply chain disruptions are putting a growing burden on the global aerospace industry.
Cloudy skies ahead for aerospace industry
News Article
Airbus and Boeing report complex 1Q20 results in what might be a troublesome year for the aerospace industry.
What is Next for the Aerospace Sector in Mexico
News Article
The key to the growth of the sector is to take local capacities and transform them into international strengths.
jose-zepeda
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José Zepeda
Operations Manager
Transportes Aéreos Pegaso
Transportes Aéreos Pegaso offeres executive air transport services. In 1983, it won its first PEMEX contract to shuttle passengers and cargo.
Issa Valenzuela
Insight
Issa Valenzuela
Plant Manager
Daher Aerospace Mexico
Sonora’s manufacturing capabilities are becoming increasingly sophisticated.
The Mexican aerospace industry
Infographic
Decisions by OEMs ripple throughout the entire supply chain. As aircraft manufacturers continue their efforts to lower or keep down production costs…
Daniel Parfait
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Daniel Parfait
President
Safran Mexico
Safran’s Daniel Parfait explains his views on innovation and the Mexican aerospace industry
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