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  • Embraer will establish their first plant in Mexico

    Río de Janeiro— Embraer, the airplanes assembler, closed a deal with the French Group Zodiac Aerospace to create a joint-venture in Mexico that will manufacture components for Embraer 170/190 cabins, the Brazilian company informed yesterday. The companies would not disclose the amount of the investment or the location of the new facilities, but Embraer confirmed that this will be their first plant in Mexico. Artur Coutinho, Chief Operations Officer for Embraer, said that the plant in Mexico will manufacture interiors for their family of E-jets and for the airplanes of tomorrow. “I am very pleased with this new step in the successful long-term cooperation between Zodiac Aerospace and Embraer”, Maurice Pinault, Deputy Executive Director for Zodiac Aerospace, said.
    Source: Reforma | Date: 14/06/2012