Aerospace News

Queretaro, fourth place in aerospace development worldwide
The Secretary of Sustainable Development of the State Government of Queretaro, Marco A. Del Prete, together with Sergio Ornelas, editor of MexicoNow and organizer of the event,  the activities of the seventh edition of Mexico’s Aerospace Summit 2017, a specialized business forum for the aerospace...
French aero structures manufacturer Daher opens new facility in Queretaro
French aero structures manufacturer Daher today officially opened a new production and logistics site at Queretaro’s Aerospace Park to supply doors for Airbus. The company has been conducting operations since last October inside the Airbus Helicopters premises located at the Aerotech Industrial P...
United Technologies nears acquisition of Rockwell Collins for US$ 20 billion
United Technologies Corp. is close to reach a deal to purchase Rockwell Collins Inc. for over US$ 20 billion, the agreement could be announced as soon as this weekend, the Wall Street Journal reported today. United is considering a payment of no more than US$ 140 per share for Rockwell, which would...
SIFCO ASC develops robotic plating station for Safran Landing Systems
SIFCO Applied Surface Concepts (SIFCO ASC), one of the largest suppliers of contract selective electroplating and anodizing services in the world, announced it has developed the first robotic selective plating station for landing gear for Safran Landing Systems. The robot is now fully operational at...
Cemex to supply special mix of concrete for Mexico City new airport
Cemex, a global building materials company based in San Pedro Garza, Nuevo Leon, announced it was awarded a contract to supply approximately 900,000 cubic meters of concrete for Mexico City’s New International Airport. Because of the condition of the ground on which the airport is built – the b...