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Mexico aims high with investment in burgeoning aviation industry

Mexico aims high with investment in burgeoning aviation industry | Aerospace businesses information | Scoop.it

Rapid growth in the sector is evidence of Mexico's determination to become one of the world's top 10 aviation suppliers.

 

Photo: Bombardier Learjet workers on a Model 85 fuselage in BA-Mexico.

 


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The Netherlands: landing more of Europe’s Aerospace MRO business

What do leading aerospace companies such as Boeing, Bombardier, Avio, UTC Aerospace Systems, GE Aviation, Mitsubishi Aircraft, Terma, Elbit Systems of America, Bell Helicopters, Pratt&Whitney, AAR, Honeywell, BE Aerospace, Aviall, Chromalloy, Goodyear Aviation and CAE have in common? They have already capitalized on the many benefits of locating their European MRO, spare parts logistics, and/or training facilities in the Netherlands

 

With the growing trend toward outsourcing of aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), the Netherlands is uniquely positioned to save commercial and civilian aircraft operators significant time and money. The Dutch MRO sector employs some 8,000 highly trained and dedicated professionals and is growing rapidly. Their emphasis on “lean” maintenance helps eliminate waste and creates added value for MRO customers, end-to-end.


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oscar delgado's curator insight, January 15, 2014 3:37 PM

my opinion for this is that this will work but i think that aerospace in the netherland will have some problems like the airpanes will not work . this will be good way to fly to europe too. that can be goof for the MRO.