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.
by Charlie_tj
Weekly Roundups
Despite instability in the Santa Lucia project, the Mexican aerospace industry shows strong potential, enticing international players
Eugenio Marín
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Eugenio Marín
CEO
Techba Madrid-Montreal & Techba Aerospace
Business accelerator for SMEs works closely with FEMIA to promote the aerospace industry's development
MAF 2018
News Article
Mexico Aerospace Forum 2018: Mexico’s Aerospace Growth to Reach New Heights presentation highlights
Eugenio Marín
Insight
Eugenio Marín
CEO
TechBA Madrid-Montreal & TechBA Aerospace
Almost 37,000 commercial aircraft, worth about US$3.7 trillion dollars, will be necessary by 2035
Luis Lizcano
Roundtable
Luis Lizcano
Director General
FEMIA

The consolidation of the supply chain is a priority. At this point, Mexican companies need to focus on increasing their presence and incorporation into the sector, not just at a local level but also in the US and Canada. It is common for companies to only want to enter the local supply chain but a large percentage of the sector is based north of the border. With the necessary certifications, technology and expertise, those companies could enter supply chains in other countries. Our main goal is to help the industry grow through the consolidation of its supply chain. FEMIA also promotes the sector locally and internationally and gives its members the opportunity to enter this supply chain network, which will facilitate their operations in the country. One of our main goals is to help local and foreign companies interested in entering the Mexican market to join forces and strengthen the supply chain.

What steps must be taken to improve the industry's supply chain?
Eugenio Morín
Insight
Eugenio Morín
CEO
TechBA Madrid-Montreal & TechBA Aerospace
Almost 37,000 commercial aircraft, worth about US$3.7 trillion dollars, will be necessary by 2035, according to a 2015 Boeing forecast.
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