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    Mexico City— Two companies from the aerospace sector will build facilities at Guaymas in 2013, with a total investment amounting to US$3.5 million, which could significantly grow, sources from the companies and an officer from one of the industrial parks informed. The companies are JJ Churchill, a British manufacturer of components for turbines and Ellison Surface Technologies, a US-based company that produces industrial coatings. The former has Airbus and Rolls Royce among its customers, while the latter provides spray coating and special processes to the aerospace, automotive, and even energy industries. Enrique Hudson, General Director, Roca Fuerte Industrial Park, explained that JJ Churchill is already building a factory in this complex, which will be ready in five months and where they will initially invest US$2 million, which could reach US$15 million.
    Source: Reforma | Date: 17/08/2012